Journal of Information Fluency
The Journal of Information Fluency is a peer‐reviewed, online publication addressing scholarly issues related to information fluency. The first issue was published in June 2010 and included a number of invited papers from various academics in the information fluency discipline. The journal is now seeking submissions for its upcoming issues.
While the Journal of Information Fluency attempts to publish works in a timely manner, space considerations and editorial decisions may delay the publication of a manuscript.
Criteria for Publication
To be considered for publication in the Journal of Information Fluency, manuscripts must satisfy the
1. Appropriateness of the submission for the journal
3. Follows the Journal of Information Fluency's Guidelines for Authors
4. Importance to researchers in the field of Information Fluency showing theoretical, industry application, or pedagogical value
5. Broad interest to the community of researchers and scholars working in the fields of information literacy, technology literacy and critical thinking.
6. Material presented is current
7. Rigorous methodology
8. Substantial evidence for conclusions
9. Proper documentation is provided
10. Included links, tables, and media files enhance the submission