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We talk a lot about scaffolding in information literacy; the educational concept that refers to the provision of temporary and successive levels of learner support (Vygotsky, 1978). This issue of the Journal of Information Literacy is the product of a great deal of scaffolding as outgoing Editor-in-Chief, Emma Coonan, and Managing Editor, Michelle O'Connell guided me through the editorial handover, including the joys of the body-less emails that the journal system sends us, and the secretdoi:10.11645/14.1.2803 fatcat:oannqrwjxrbcdiledskmryzraa