Vol. 23 No. 1 (2019): Information Literacy and Cybersecurity
Welcome to the latest issue of the World Libraries Journal, where we explore the latest trends and developments in the field of library and information science. This issue focuses on the theme of "Information Literacy and Cybersecurity" and features a collection of articles that delve into these important and timely topics.
We begin with an examination of phishing attacks and the ways in which they prey on human psychology to beat the system. The authors of this paper explore the psychology behind phishing attacks and how they are able to manipulate individuals into giving away sensitive information. They also provide valuable insights into developing cybersecurity protections to reduce the risks associated with these types of attacks.
Next, we turn our attention to the topic of embedded information literacy in higher education. The authors of this paper assess the state of information literacy in Indian agricultural universities and explore the trends in this area. They also provide recommendations for engaging students in information literacy education and how it can improve the educational experience.
Overall, this issue of the World Libraries Journal is a valuable resource for those interested in the latest research and trends in the field of library and information science. It provides valuable insights into the important topics of information literacy and cybersecurity and highlights the ways in which libraries can play a role in addressing these issues. Thank you for joining us in this exploration of the latest trends and developments in the world of libraries.