Publications

Books

  • Lloyd, A., & Talja, S. (2010). Practising information literacy: Bringing theories of learning, practice and information literacy together. Wagga Wagga: Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University.
  • Lloyd, A. (2010). Information literacy landscapes: Information literacy in education, workplace and everyday contexts. Cambridge: Chandos Publishing.
  • Lipu, S, Williamson, K & Lloyd, A. (2007) Exploring methods in Information Literacy Research. Wagga Wagga:Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University.
  • Lloyd, A & Pymm, B (eds,). (2006).Research Applications in Information and Library Studies Seminar (RAILS 2), Proceedings of the 2nd Research Applications in Information and Library Studies Seminar, National Library of Australia, Canberra, 16-17 September, 2005. Centre for Information Studies, Wagga Wagga NSW. ISBN 1-876938-25-0. Available at: http://www.csu.edu.au/faculty/sciagr/sis/CIS/epubs/RAILS2.htm.

Chapters in books

  • Wilkinson, J. & Lloyd, A.(forthcoming 2017) The role of everyday spaces for learning by refugee youth. In R Elmesky, C, Camp,Yeakey & O Marcucci. The Power of Resistance: Culture, Ideology and Social Reproduction in Global Contexts. Emerald Press.
  • Lloyd, A (2017) Learning from within for beyond: exploring a workplace information literacy design. In M.Forster (ed.), Information Literacy and the Workplace: New perspective. Facet Publishing: UK.
  • Kemmis, S.,Edwards-Groves.C., Lloyd, A., Grootenboer, P.,Hardy.I.,Wilkinson, J. (2017 ) Learning as being ‘stirred in’ to practices. Grootenboer, P., Edwards-Groves, C. & Choy, S. (Eds) (forthcoming). Practice Theory Perspectives on Pedagogy and Education: Praxis, diversity, and contestation. Singapore: Springer.pp 45-55.
  • Mahon, K., Kemmis, S., Francisco, S., & Lloyd, A. (2017). Introduction: Practice theory and the theory of practice architectures. In K. Mahon, S Francisco, & S. Kemmis (Eds.), Exploring education and professional practice – Through the lens of practice architectures (p. 1-30). Singapore: Springer.pp.1-30
  • Lloyd, A (2014) Informed bodies: Does the corporeal experience matter to information literacy practice? Information Experience: Approaches to theory and practice. Bruce, C., Partridge, H., Davis.K., Hughes,. H, Stoodley (Eds.), Library and Information Science Series, vol 9, pp.85-99.
  • Lloyd, A (2013) Building information resilient workers: The critical ground of workplace information literacy. What have we learnt? European Commission for Information Literacy: Communications in Computer and Information Science. Vol 0397,  Springer
  • Lloyd, A. (2010). Learning from the workplace: Theorizing an architecture for understanding information literacy as practice. In A. Lloyd & S. Talja (Eds.), Practising information literacy: Bringing together theories and information literacy practice (pp.29-49). Wagga Wagga: Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University.
  • Talja, S & Lloyd, A. (2010). Integrating theories of learning:  Literacies and information practices in Lloyd, A & Talja, S  (Eds.) Practising information literacy: Bringing theories of learning, practice and information literacy together (pp.8-20). Wagga Wagga: Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University.
  • Talja, S., & Lloyd, A. (2010). Challenges for future research on learning, literacies and information practices. In A. Lloyd & S. Talja., (Eds.), Practising information literacy: Bringing theories of learning, practice and information literacy together (pp.357-364). Wagga Wagga: Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University.
  • Lloyd, A. (2007). Understanding information literacy in the workplace: Using a constructivist grounded theory approach, in Exploring Methods in Information Literacy Research: In S.Lipu., K. Williamson.,& A.Lloyd. (Eds.),(pp. 68-86). Wagga Wagga: Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University.
  • Ferguson, S & Lloyd, A. (2007). Information literacy and the leveraging of corporate knowledge. In S.Ferguson (Ed.), Libraries in the Twenty-first Century: Charting Directions in Information Services (pp. 221-240), Wagga Wagga: Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University.

Refereed Journal Articles

  • Olsson, M., & Lloyd, A ( forthcoming) Losing the art and craft of know-how: Capturing vanishing embodied knowledge in the 21st century.  Information Research
  • Lloyd, A., Pilerot, O., Hultgren, F. ( forthcoming) The remaking of fractured landscapes: Supporting information practices of refugees in transition ( SpiRiT). Information Research.
  • Lloyd, A. Information literacy and literacies of information: a mid-range theory and model. Journal of Information Literacy, [S.l.], v. 11, n. 1, p. 91-105, june 2017. ISSN 1750-5968. Available at: <https://ojs.lboro.ac.uk/JIL/article/view/PRA-V11-I1-5>. Date accessed: 08 aug. 2017. doi: https://doi.org/10.11645/11.1.2185
  • Lloyd, A., & Wilkinson, J. (2017) .Tapping into the information landscape: refugee youth enactment of information literacy in everyday spaces, Journal of Librarianship and Information Science. First Published Online 29th May 2017
  • Lloyd, A (2017) Researching fractured (information) landscapes: Implications for Library and Information Science researchers undertaking research with refugees and forced migration studies. Journal of Documentation, 37(1), 1-15.
  • Lloyd, A. (2017) Reflection on: “On Becoming Citizens: Examining Social Inclusion from an Information Perspective”, Australian Academic & Research Libraries, 47:4, 316-319, DOI: 10.1080/00048623.2016.1256805
  • Olsson, M. & Lloyd, A. (2017). Being in place: embodied information practices. Information Research, 22(1), CoLIS paper 1601. Retrieved from http://InformationR.net/ir/22-1/colis/colis1601.html
  • Hicks, A., & Lloyd, A. (2016). It takes a community to build a framework: Information literacy within intercultural settings. Journal of Information Science, 42(3), 334-343.
  • Lloyd, A., & Wilkinson, J. (2016). Knowing and learning in everyday spaces (KALiEds): Mapping the information landscape of refugee youth learning in everyday spaces. Journal of Information Science, 42(3), 300-312.
  • Lloyd, A (2015) Stranger in a strange land: Enabling information resilience in the resettlement landscape. Journal of Documentation, 71 (5), 1029-1042.
  • Lloyd, A (2014) Following the red thread of information in information literacy research: Recovering local knowledge through interview to the double. Library and Information Science Research,  Early cite May 16 2014,http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.lisr.2013.10.00
  • Lloyd, A (2014) Building information resilience:How do resettling refugees connect with health information in regional landscapes- Implications for health literacy. Australian Academic & Research Libraries, DOI:10.1080/00048623.2014.884916.
  • Qayyum, M.A., Thompson, K. M., Kennan, M. A., Lloyd, A. (2014). The provision and sharing of information between service providers and settling refugees. Information Research, 19(2) paper 616.
  • Lundh, A, Limberg, L., Lloyd, A (2013). Swapping Settings. Researching Information literacy in workplace and in educational contexts. Information Research, Vol 18 No. 3, C05.
  • Mornig, C & Lloyd A (2013). Analytical implications of using practice theory in workplace information literacy research. Information Research, Vol 18 No. 3,C35.
  • Lloyd, A, Bonner, A, Dawson-Rose, C ( 2013) The health information practices of people living with chronic health conditions: Implications for health literacy. Journal of Librarianship and Information Science Doi: 1177/0961000613486825
  • Lloyd, A, Kennan, M , Thompson, K, Qayyum, A. (2013). Connecting with new information landscapes: Information practices of refugees. Journal of Documentation, 69 (1), 121-144 . Journal of Documentation Outstanding Paper for 2013.
  • Lloyd, A ( 2012). Information literacy as a socially enacted practice: Sensitising themes for an emerging people in practice perspective. Journal of Documentation 68 (6) 772-223.
  • Fafeita, J & Lloyd, A .( 2012 ). Plating up information literacy as social practice: A slice of the literature, Australian Academic Research Libraries, 43(2), 92-101.
  • Bonner, A., & Lloyd, A. M. (2012). Exploring the Information Practices of People with End-Stage Kidney Disease. Journal of Renal Care. DOI: 10.1111/j.1755-6686.2012.00258.x
  • Kennan, M.A., Lloyd, A., Qayyum, A., Thompson, K. (2011). Settling in: the relationship between information and social inclusion. Australian Academic & Research Libraries, 42(3), 191-210.
  • Lloyd, A. (2011). Trapped between a Rock and a Hard Place: What Counts as Information Literacy in the Workplace and How Is It Conceptualized? Library Trends, 60(2), 277–296.
  • Bonner, A & Lloyd A. (2011). What information counts in the moment of practice: Information practices of Renal Nurses. Journal of Advanced Nursing, 67(6):1213-21 Award: Best Research paper. Editorialised as opening a new line of inquiry in nursing practice research Journal of Advanced Nursing Volume 67, Issue 6, page 1177, June 2011
  • Lloyd, A. (2010). Corporeality and practice theory: exploring emerging research agendas for information literacy, Information Research, 15(3) colis794. [Available at http://InformationR.net/ir/15-3/colis7/colis704.html]
  • Lloyd, A, Lipu, S, & Kennan, M.A. (2010). On becoming citizens: examining social inclusion form an information perspective. Australian Academic Research Libraries, 41: 42-53.
  • Lloyd, A. (2010). Framing information literacy as information practice: Site ontology and practice theory, Journal of Documentation, 66(2): 245-258. [JDoc most frequently cited article 2010-2011]
  • Lloyd, A (2009). Informing practice: Information experiences of Ambulance Officers in training and on-road practice. Journal of Documentation, 65(3): 396-419.
  • Fellow, G., Harvey, R. Lloyd, A, Pymm, B & Wallis, J.  (2008). Separating the wheat from the chaff: Identifying key elements in the NLA. Au domain harvest, Australian Academic Research Libraries, 39(3), 137-148.
  • Lloyd, A & Williamson, K. (2008). Towards and understanding of Information literacy in context: Implications for research, Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, 40 (1) 3-12.[Consistently cited as one of the 50 most read articles Journal of Librarianship and Information Science]
  • Ferguson, S, Hider, P & Lloyd, A. (2008). Are librarians the ultimate knowledge managers? A study of knowledge, skills, practice and mindset. Australian Library Journal, 57(1), 39-61.
  • Lloyd, A. (2007). Recasting information literacy as socio-cultural practice: implications for library and information science researchers. Information Research, 12 (4) October 2007, available at http://informationr.net/ir/12-4/colis/colis34.html
  • Pymm, B Lloyd, A .(2007). Dealing with digital collections: Interviews with the National Library and selected state libraries of Australia. Australian Academic and Research Libraries, 38 (3), 167-179.
  • Lloyd, A (2007). Guarding against collective amnesia? Making significance problematic; an exploration of issues, Library Trends, 56 (1), 53-65.
  • Lloyd, A (2007). Learning to put out the red stuff: Becoming information literate through discursive practice, Library Quarterly, 77(2) (April 2007), 181–98.
  • Lloyd, A (2006). Information literacy landscapes, Journal of Documentation, 62 (5), pp. 570-583.  Listed in Emerald Reading list Information literacy]
  • Somerville, M. and Lloyd, A. (2006). Codified knowledge and embodied learning: the problem of safety training, Studies in Continuing Education, 28(3), 279-289.
  • Lloyd, A. (2006) Information literacy landscapes. Journal of Documentation, 62 (5),570-583.
  • Lloyd, A & Somerville, M. (2006). Working Information, Journal of Workplace Learning, 18 (3), 186-198.
  • Lloyd, A (2005). Information literacy; different contexts, different concepts, different truths?’ Journal of Library and Information Science, 37 (2), pp. 82-88.[Consistently cited as one of the top 50 most cited articles in Journal of LIbrarianship and Information Science]
  • Lloyd, A (2005). No man (or woman) is an island: Information literacy, affordances and communities of practice, Australian Library Journal, 54(3), 230-237.
  • Lloyd, A, Harvey, R, Lodge, D (2005). Lost and missing Australian documentary heritage: Is there any?. Australian Library Journal, 54(3),288-297.
  • Lloyd, A, (2003). Information literacy; the meta-competency of the knowledge economy? An exploratory paper, Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, 35 (2), pp. 87-92  (Listed in the American Library Association Library Instruction Round Table ‘Top Twenty Information Library Instruction Articles’ for 2003). [Consistently cited as one of the top 50 most cited articles in Journal of Librarianship and Information Science]
  • Lloyd, A & Bannister, M.(2001). Partners in the educational process or slaves to the date due stamp? Perceptions of the role of librarians in education. Access, 15(1), 8-11.
  • Lloyd, A & Bannister, M. (1999). Things are not always as they seem: Perceptions of the role of Librarians in TAFE. Australian Academic & Research Libraries, 30(4), 251-264.

Refereed Published Conference Proceedings

  • Olsson, M., Lloyd, A (2016) Being in place: Embodied information practices. Conference Proceedings, The Ninth International Conference on Conceptions of Library and Information Science, Uppsala, Sweden.
  • Wilkinson, J & Lloyd, A.(2015) Engaging young people of refugee origin in informal education: The role of everyday learning spaces. Paper presented at the Australian Association of Research in Education (AARE) annual conference. Notre Dame University, Fremantle, Western Australia, 29 November-3rd December.
  • Lloyd, A & Wilkinson , J (2015) Knowing and learning in everyday spaces (KaLieds): The role of Information literacies in supporting refugee youth learning outside school. Information Interactions and Impact (i3), Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, 23-26, June 2015. Refereed Paper.
  • Hicks, A & Lloyd, A (2015) It takes a community to build a framework: INformation literacy within cultural settings. Information Interactions and Impact (i3), Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, 23-26, June 2015. Refereed Paper.
  • Thompson, K, Kennan, M.A. LLoyd, A, Qayyum, A (2015) Refugee information practices:designing appropriate library services. Eight International Evidence Based Library and Information Practice Conference 6-8 July 2015, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Australia.
  • Budd, J., Elmborg, J., Lloyd, A., & Sundin, O. (2014). Theoretical Foundations for Information Literacy: A Plan for Action. In Annual Meeting of The Association for Information Science & Technology. ASIS&T.
  • Mornig, C & Lloyd A (2013). Analytical implications of using practice theory in workplace information literacy research. Conference Proceedings, The Eight International Conference on Conceptions of Library and Information Science, Royal School of Library and Information Science, University of Copenhagen, August 19-22, 2013.
  • Lloyd, A (2013 ) Building information resilient workers: The critical ground of workplace information literacy. What have we learnt? Proceedings from the European Commission on Information Literacy Conference, Istanbul, October 22-25 , 2013: Springer
  • Lloyd, A. (2010). From Skills to practice: How does information literacy happen? Research Learning and the Library ( 123-142). Proceedings of the International Conference commemorating the 40th Anniversary of the Korean Society of Library and Information Science. South Korea.
  • Fellows, G, Harvey, R. Lloyd, A, Pymm, B & Wallis, J. (2007). Separating the wheat from the chaff: Identifying key elements in the NLA. au.domain. Research Applications in Library and Information Studies Seminar, State Library Victoria, Melbourne, Australia
  • Lloyd, A. (2006). ‘Drawing from others: Ways of knowing about information literacy performance’, Lifelong Learning, Partners, Pathways and Pedagogies, 4th International Lifelong Learning Conference, June 13-16, Central Queensland University, Yeppoon, Queensland, pp. 182-192.  Awarded ANZIIL Prize 2006.
  • Somerville, M & Lloyd, A. (2005) ‘Codified knowledge and embodied learning; the problem of safety training’, Research, Work & Learning, 4th International Conference on Researching Work and Learning, University of Technology, Sydney, December 11-14, 2005.
  • Ferguson, S, Lloyd, A, Hider, P & Larner, T. (2005). The state of knowledge: Conceptualising knowledge management for LIS practitioners and educators, in Lloyd, A & Pymm, B (eds) (2006) Research Applications in Information and Library Studies Seminar (RAILS 2), Proceedings of the 2nd Research Applications in Information and Library Studies Seminar, National Library of Australia, Canberra, 16-17 September, 2005. Centre for Information Studies, Wagga Wagga NSW. ISBN 1-876938-25-0. Available at: http://www.csu.edu.au/faculty/sciagr/sis/CIS/epubs/RAILS2.htm.
  • Harvey, R, Hider, P & Lloyd, A (2004) ‘Matching Users with Information; Charles Sturt University’s research focus in library and information management’, in Research Applications in Library Studies (RAIL) seminar, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, 20th September 2004.
  • Lloyd, A (2004) ‘Working (In) formation: Conceptualizing information literacy in the workplace’, in Life Long Learning: Whose Responsibility and What is your Contribution? Proceedings of the 3rd International Life Long Learning Conference, June 13-16, Central Queensland University Press, Rockhampton, QLD, pp. 218-224.

Refereed Conference Abstracts and Posters

  • Olsson, M & Lloyd, A., (2015) Embodied Information Practices, Research Applications in Information and Library Studies,University of Technology Sydney, 22 – 24 July 2015 . http://railsconference.com/2015-conference/program/
  •  Bystrom, K. and Lloyd A., (2012) Practice theory and work task performance: How are they related and how can they contribute study of information practices, ASIST 2012, October 28-31, Baltimore, MD, USA.
  •  Bonner, A., Lloyd, A., Dawson-Rose, C., & Blinkhorn, T. (2012). What sources of information are used by people with ESKD? Paper presented at Renal Society of Australasia, 40th annual conference, 6-9 June, Melbourne. Awarded Best Advanced and Best Research
  •  Bonner, A., Lloyd, A., & Dawson-Rose, C. (2012). Information practices employed by people with chronic kidney disease. Paper presented to Sigma Theta Tau International, 30 July-3 August, Brisbane
  •  Bonner, A., Lloyd, A., & Dawson-Rose, C. (2012). An exploratory study of how nurses perceive the information practices of renal patients. Paper presented to European Dialysis and Transplant Nurses Association/European Renal Care Association, 15-18 September, Strasbourg, France.
  •  Bonner, A., Lloyd, A., & Dawson-Rose, C. (2012). What information-related activities do people with ESKD use? Poster presented to European Dialysis and Transplant Nurses Association/European Renal Care Association, 15-18 September, Strasbourg, France.
  •  Dawson-Rose, C., Lloyd, A., Kamitani, E., & Bonner, A. (2012). Exploring information practices of people living with HIV/AIDS. Paper presented to Sigma Theta Tau International, 30 July-3 August, Brisbane
  •  Bonner, A., & Lloyd, A.M. (2011). Exploring information practices of renal patients: A way to develop effective patient education strategies. Poster presented at the 40th European Dialysis and Transplant Nurses’ Association/European Renal Care Association International Conference, 11-13 September, Ljubljana, Slovenia. AWARD Best Conference Abstract
  •  Bonner, A., & Lloyd, A.M. (2011). What knowledge counts at the moment of practice: Information practices of renal nurses. Poster presented at the 40th European Dialysis and Transplant Nurses’ Association/European Renal Care Association International Conference, 11-13 September, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
  •  Lloyd, A. (2011). The shaping and enactment of information literacy: How does it happen? Information: Interactions, Impact (i3), Department of Information Management, Aberdeen Business School, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, UK, 20-23 June.
  •   Bonner, A., & Lloyd, A.M. (2011). What are the information practices of people with end stage renal failure? Paper presented at the 39th Renal Society of Australasia (RSA) International Conference, 8–11 June, Adelaide. Award: Best Research paper
  •  Bonner, A., & Lloyd, A.M. (2010). What information counts at the moment of practice: Information practices of renal nurses. Paper presented at the 38th Renal Society of Australasia (RSA) International Conference, 3–5 June, Cairns. Award: Best Advanced paper

 Non-Refereed Journals

  • Harvey, R & Lloyd, A (2004) ‘Remember the last film search?’ Museums Australia

Presentations and Reports to Professional Bodies

  • Lloyd, A (2005) Working Information: An executive summary for the NSW Fire Brigades.
  • Lloyd, A (2004) Embodied by information: Conceptualising information literacy among NSW Fire fighters; A report on research, Australian Libraries in Emergency Services Conference, Mt Macedon, April 8.
  • Lloyd, A (2003) Into the broader context: Exploring information literacy meaning. Online discussion paper, Australian Library Information Association Information Litliteracy Online Forum on Information Literacy Debate 1-7 September 2003.

 

 

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