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Winter 2002 ISSN 1096-1453 Volume 6, Issue 4

Table of Contents:
Information Literacy   &   Teaching of Literature and Culture


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Editorials: 
Information Literacy:  Not just a buzzword 
	Elizabeth Blakesley Lindsay, Literature & Languages Librarian 
	and Instruction Coordinator, University of Massachusetts - Dartmouth 
The role of literature and culture in the classroom
	Rebecca L. Chism, Assistant Professor of Foreign Language Pedagogy 
	Kent State University, OH 

E-info Labs: Fostering Information Literacy on a Shoestring  /  2232-2z
	Barry Cull, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, Canada
	Francesca Holyoke, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, Canada
Information Competence in the Freshman Seminar  /  2227-2z
	Karen Brodsky, Sonoma State University, CA
	Suzanne Toczyski, Sonoma State University, CA
Literature in the Modern Language Syllabus  /  2215-2z
	Gundula M. Sharman, University of Aberdeen, Scotland
Integrating Culture, Language and Technology  /  2214-2z
	Luba V. Iskold, Muhlenberg College, PA
Information Literacy: Whose Job Is It?  /  2212-2z
	 Lana W. Jackman, Lesley University, MA
The Reflective Discussion Group: Focused discussion in a high-stakes 
	environment  /  2210-2z
	Roger Passman, Northeastern Illinois University
	Katherine McKnight, Northeastern Illinois University
Literature, Politics and Pedagogy  /  2207-2z
	Henry Srebrnik, University of Prince Edward Island, Canada
International Students: Information Literacy or Academic Literacy?  /  2206-2z
	William Badke, Trinity Western University, Canada
Information Literacy and Literary Questions  /  2203-2z
	Anne C. Barnhart-Park, Lafayette College, PA
	William J. Carpenter, Lafayette College, PA
Translating Literature and Learning Culture  /  2202-2z
	James W. Porcaro, Toyama University of International Studies, Japan
Icon Poetry:  Literature for the Non-Literate  /  2197-3w
	Mary Beth Guinan, Truman College, IL
Integrating Brain-Based Strategies Into Library Research Assignments  /  2194-2z
	Mari Flynn, Keystone College, PA
International Student Satisfaction: Role of Resources and Capabilities  /  2191-2z
	Mark Gabbott, Monash University, Australia
	Felix Mavondo, Monash University, Australia
	Yelena Tsarenko, Monash University, Australia
Henry V, the Gulf War, and Cultural Materialism  /  2190-2z
	Kevin Ewert, University of Pittsburgh, PA
Incorporating Information Literacy into Teacher Education  /  2186-2z
	Lolly Templeton, Westfield State College, MA  
	Signia Warner, Westfield State College, MA
The Teaching Roles of the College Librarian  /  2171-2j
	Jeffery R. Luzius, Auburn University, AL
Engaging Race, Class, and Gender in a White Classroom  /  2153-pm
	Kathleen J. Ryan, West Virginia University
Effects of Learning-Style Strategies on Special Education Students  /  2135-2j
	Rita Dunn, St. John's University, NY
Graduate Research Recommends Effective Practices In Gifted Education  /  2121-2j
	Theresa Monaco, , University of Houston, TX
	Elaine Sharpe, University of Houston, TX
On-line versus Traditional Instruction:  Have You Logged on Yet?  /  2055-1w
	Julie McCourt, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey
	Margaret Kilduff, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey 
The Role of Learning Strategies in Web-based Instruction  /  2037-1w
	David Kumrow,  California State University Long Beach
	Christina Vogt, University of Southern California
	Edward John Kazlauskas,  University of Southern California
Implications for Planning e-Learning Strategy in 
	Higher Education Institutions  /  1065-1w
	John O’Donoghue, University of Wolverhampton, UK 
	Gurmak Singh, University of Wolverhampton, UK
	Jagtar Singh, University of Wolverhampton, UK
Opening Opportunities for Student Decision Making  /  2125-2j
	Diana Cardenas, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
       	Susan Loudermilk, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
Teaching MIS with Small Business Cases  /  2165-2j
	Harrison D. Green, Eastern Illinois University
Teaching Multicultural Diversity: Process, Courage, and Transformative 
	Learning  /  2199-2z
	Jesse N. Valdez, University of Denver, CO
Teaching Law Students: An Innovative Approach  /  2211-2z
	Karen A. Russo, Queens College, City University of New York
Assessing Student Perspectives on the Value of a College Education  /  2219-2za 2219-2zb
	Laurie L. Desiderato, Bemidji State University, MN
	Jeff W. Totten, Southern Louisiana  University, LA
	Robert D. Ley, Bemidji State University, MN 
	Marilyn Meisenheimer, Bemidji State University, MN
Discipline-Specific Information Literacy Courses  /  2223-2z
	Kate Manuel, New Mexico State University
Bilingual Information Literacy and Academic Readiness: Reading, 
	Writing and Retention  /  2231-2z
	Miriam Laskin, Hostos Community College, City University of New York
Information Literacy Toolkit: Meeting the Challenge of a Large 
	Research University  /  2234-2za 2234-2zb
	John T. Butler, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
	Jerilyn R. Veldof, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Online Discourse in a Second Language Teacher Preparation Course  /  2236-2z
	Julia Stakhnevich, Bridgewater State College, CT
Outcomes of Service-Learning in a Family Communication Course  /  2241-2z
	James M. Honeycutt, Louisiana State University
Using Literature and Film in Organizational Behavior  /  2278-2z
	Stephen C. Betts, William Paterson University, NJ
Outcomes from Catholic Service-Learning  /  2255-3w
	Trae Stewart, University of Southern California
Online Perspectives: From Participant to Practitioner  /  2242-3w
	Andrea L. Edmundson, Walden University, MN
Literature in 3D or Where is the Culture in this Text?  /  2260-2z
	Anke Finger, University of Connecticut

Teaching Mindfully: “Chasing after the Wind” Online and Off
	Heather Ann Ackley, Azusa Pacific University, CA


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