Since 2004, the body of literature dedicated to information literacy in music has expanded, reflecting themes of definitions and standards of information literacy, the role of information literacy in accreditation and assessment, instructional relationships with faculty and students, and online instruction. In addition, the literature also explored themes of information ethics, embedded librarians, unconventional instructional modes, and the implications of user behavior for information literacy. This literature review and selected bibliography traces these themes across 57 writings, published or in-press, highlighting potential application of some of the ideas in these writings as well as potential for further exploration.
WMU ScholarWorks Citation
Duffy, Michael J. IV, "Contemporary Analysis of Information Literacy in Music: A Literature Review and Selected Annotated Bibliography" (2018). University Libraries Faculty & Staff Publications. 39.
Duffy, Michael J., IV. “Contemporary Analysis of Information Literacy in Music: A Literature Review and Selected Annotated Bibliography.” Music Reference Services Quarterly 21, no. 2 (2018): 45-77. http://www.tandfonline.com/10.1080/10588167.2017.1398801.