critical reflective practice, perspective-taking
Over the past two+ years, many of us have been recalibrating our views on teaching and learning, our approaches to information literacy education, and our orientations to everyday life in and outside of work. As I imagine how I want my own engagement in teaching and learning to continue unfolding, I’ve also been reflecting on what I value about Communication in Information Literacy’s (CIL) Perspectives section and what I hope for it as the journal, information literacy, and education continue to evolve. In this short essay, I consider different ways of thinking about the term perspectives; reflect on Perspectives as a space for exploring questions, issues, and experiences from new vantage points; and invite members of the information literacy community to share through CIL’s Perspectives their unique ways of seeing.
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Baer, A. (2022). Perspective-Taking and Perspectival Expansions: A Reflection and an Invitation. Communications in Information Literacy, 16 (1), 38–41. https://doi.org/10.15760/comminfolit.2022.16.1.4