Winter 2002: Table of Contents

Editorial:  Information Literacy:  Not just a buzzword  /  2 
	Elizabeth Blakesley Lindsay, Literature & Languages Librarian 
	and Instruction Coordinator, University of Massachusetts - Dartmouth 
Editorial:  Role of literature and culture in the classroom  /  3
	Rebecca L. Chism, Assistant Professor of Foreign Language Pedagogy 
	Kent State University, OH 

E-info Labs: Fostering Information Literacy on a Shoestring  /  4
	Barry Cull, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, Canada
	Francesca Holyoke, University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, Canada
Information Literacy and Literary Questions  /  10
	Anne C. Barnhart-Park, Lafayette College, PA
	William J. Carpenter, Lafayette College, PA
Teaching Roles of the College Librarian  /  16
	Jeffery R. Luzius, Auburn University, AL
Role of Learning Strategies in Web-based Instruction  /  20
	David Kumrow,  California State University Long Beach
	Christina Vogt, University of Southern California
	Edward John Kazlauskas,  University of Southern California
Information Literacy: Whose Job Is It?  /  29
	Lana W. Jackman, Lesley University, MA
Information Literacy Toolkit: Meeting the Challenge of a Large 
	Research University  /  34
	John T. Butler, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
	Jerilyn R. Veldof, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
Bilingual Information Literacy and Academic Readiness: Reading, 
	Writing and Retention  /  41
	Miriam Laskin, Hostos Community College, City University of New York
Information Competence in the Freshman Seminar  /  46
	Karen Brodsky, Sonoma State University, CA
	Suzanne Toczyski, Sonoma State University, CA
Discipline-Specific Information Literacy Courses  /  52
	Kate Manuel, New Mexico State University
International Students: Information Literacy or Academic Literacy?  /  60
	William Badke, Trinity Western University, Canada
Integrating Brain-Based Strategies  into Library Research Assignments  /  66
	Mari Flynn, Keystone College, PA
Incorporating Information Literacy into Teacher Education  /  71
	Lolly Templeton, Westfield State College, MA  
	Signia Warner, Westfield State College, MA
Implications for Planning e-Learning Strategy in Higher 
	Education Institutions  /  77
	John O’Donoghue, University of Wolverhampton, UK 
	Gurmak Singh, University of Wolverhampton, UK
	Jagtar Singh, University of Wolverhampton, UK
On-line versus Traditional Instruction:  Have You Logged on Yet?  /  83
	Julie McCourt, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey
	Margaret Kilduff, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey 
Online Perspectives: From Participant to Practitioner  /  88
	Andrea L. Edmundson, Walden University, MN
Using Literature and Film in Organizational Behavior  /  94
	Stephen C. Betts, William Paterson University, NJ
Literature in the Modern Language Syllabus  /  98
	Gundula M. Sharman, University of Aberdeen, Scotland
Integrating Culture, Language and Technology  /  103
	Luba V. Iskold, Muhlenberg College, PA
Literature, Politics and Pedagogy  /  108
	Henry Srebrnik, University of Prince Edward Island, Canada
Translating Literature and Learning Culture  /  113
	James W. Porcaro, Toyama University of International Studies, Japan
Icon Poetry:  Literature for the Non-Literate  /  118
	Mary Beth Guinan, Truman College, IL
Outcomes from Catholic Service-Learning  /  123
	Trae Stewart, University of Southern California
Outcomes of Service-Learning in a Family  Communication Course  /  131
	James M. Honeycutt, Louisiana State University
Online Discourse in a Second Language Teacher Preparation Course  /  136
	Julia Stakhnevich, Bridgewater State College, CT
Assessing Student Perspectives on the Value of a College Education  /  143
	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
Teaching Law Students: An Innovative Approach  /  151
	Karen A. Russo, Queens College, City University of New York
The Reflective Discussion Group:
	Focused discussion in a high-stakes environment  /  160
	Roger Passman, Northeastern Illinois University
	Katherine McKnight, Northeastern Illinois University
Teaching Multicultural Diversity: Process, Courage, 
	and Transformative Learning  /  165
	Jesse N. Valdez, University of Denver, CO
International Student Satisfaction: Role of Resources  and Capabilities  /  170
	Mark Gabbott, Monash University, Australia
	Felix Mavondo, Monash University, Australia
	Yelena Tsarenko, Monash University, Australia
Henry V, the Gulf War, and Cultural Materialism  /  177
	Kevin Ewert, University of Pittsburgh, PA
Teaching MIS with Small Business Cases  /  182
	Harrison D. Green, Eastern Illinois University
Teaching The House on Mango Street: Engaging Race, Class, 
	and Gender in a White Classroom  /  187
	Kathleen J. Ryan, West Virginia University
Opening Opportunities for Student Decision Making  /  193
	Diana Cardenas, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
       	Susan Loudermilk, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
Graduate Research Recommends Effective Practices 
	in Gifted Education  /  198
	Theresa Monaco, , University of Houston, TX
	Elaine Sharpe, University of Houston, TX
Effects of Learning-Style Strategies on  Special Education Students  /  206
	Rita Dunn, St. John's University, NY
Literature in 3D or Where is the Culture in this Text?  /  212
	Anke Finger, University of Connecticut
Teaching Mindfully: “Chasing after the Wind” Online and Off  /  217
	Heather Ann Ackley, Azusa Pacific University, CA