Purdue Information Literacy Handbooks

The Purdue Information Literacy Handbooks (PILH) series publishes works that present and discuss in-depth research, theory, and practices that advance information literacy. A key resource for researchers, educators, academic librarians, and students, PILH pushes the boundaries of the field through research and theory that explore information literacy in social, educational, and workplace settings while deploying innovative methods that investigate current and emerging ideas. Global in scope, the series is committed to publishing monographs that examine various practices and theories of information literacy from international perspectives. Highlighting the relationship between scholarship and pedagogy, PILH informs the work of information professionals, educators, and policy makers.

Topics of interest for the series include but are not limited to teaching and learning; human rights and social justice; disciplinary or professional communities; specialized literacies, such as data, digital, and archival; and media, democracy, and civic discourse. The editor also welcomes other topical suggestions for innovative volumes within the scope of the series.

Series editor: Clarence D. Maybee, Purdue University

Series Editorial Advisor: Christine Bruce, James Cook University