- xvii, 172 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 25 cm.
- Additional Authors
- McNicol, Sarah,
- Contents note continued: 9.Currlcular and extra-curricular opportunities to engage school students In critical literacy In England / Rebecca Jones -- 10.New media and critical literacy In secondary schools / Joel Crowley -- 11.Critical literacy and academic honesty: a school librarian's role and contribution / Anthony Tilke -- 12.Engaging undergraduate communications students in critical Information literacy / Rachel Elizabeth Scott -- 13.Exploring pedagogical Implications of students' search mediation experiences through the lens of critical Information literacy / Sarah Clark -- 14.Diffusing critical web literacy in a teacher-education setting: Initial reflections and future planning / Efi Papadimitriou.Includes bibliographical references and index.Machine generated contents note: pt. 1 THEORIES OF CRITICAL LITERACY -- 1.Renegotiating the place of fiction In libraries through critical literacy / Sarah McNicol -- 2.Death of the author(ity): repositioning students as constructors of meaning in Information literacy Instruction / Jessica Critten -- 3.Reading health-education comics critically: challenging power relationships / Sarah McNicol -- 4.Reframing librarians' approaches to International students' Information literacy through the lens of New Literacy Studies / Alison Hicks -- 5.Using new literacies to discuss disability In the library / J. J. Pionke -- 6.Ànyone can cook': critical literacy In the workplace / Andrew Whitworth -- 7.Social Justice, adult learning and critical literacy / Jennifer Lau-Bond -- pt. 2 CRITICAL LITERACY IN PRACTICE -- 8.A picture Is worth a thousand words: teaching media literacy / Michael Cherry --