From the road less travelled to the information super highway: information literacy in the 21st Century.
Friday, January 31st, 2014 at The British Library Conference Centre
The M25, in collaboration with the CILIP Information Literacy Group, present a free one-day conference hosted at the British Library, which explores current trends and issues in information literacy. The programme includes key practitioners from around the country presenting on the latest research and practice in the field of information literacy.
*Numbers are limited so make sure that you let the organisers know if you register for a ticket and subsequently cannot attend, so that your ticket can be re-allocated.*
Please register for your ticket here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/from-the-road-less-travelled-to-the-information-super-highway-information-literacy-in-the-21st-tickets-9313199029
09.00-09.30 Registration and Coffee
09.30-09.45 Welcome Louise Doolan, Head of Reference Services, The British Library
09.45-10.30 RIDLS: a collective approach to information literacy in Higher Education research. Stephane Goldstein, Business Manager & Research Consultant, Research Information Network
10.30-11.00 Project DigitISE: digital information skills for employability. Federica Oradini, Senior Lecturer in E-Learning, University of Westminster Emma Woods, Academic Liaison Librarian, University of Westminster
11.30-12.15 What did I do wrong? Supporting independent learning practices to avoid plagiarism. Helen Hathaway, Head of Academic Liaison Support, University of Reading
12.15-13.00 ANCIL: integrating information literacy into curriculum through research, reflection and collaboration. Emma Coonan, University of Cambridge Jane Secker, Copyright & Digital Literacy Advisor, London School of Economics
14.00-15.00 Games and gamification for information literacy. Adam Edwards, Liaison Manager, University of Middlesex Vanessa Hill, Liaison Librarian, University of Middlesex Andrew Walsh, Academic Librarian, University of Huddersfield
15.30-16.15 Supporting information literacy and study skills with Open Educational Resources (OER). Vivien Sieber, Head of Learning & Research Support and Development, University of Surrey Miriam Tarron, Academic Liaison Librarian, University of Surrey
If you have any questions about booking, please feel free to contact Kelly Travers: email@example.com
Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and a prosperous New Year.
Organising Committee (Cathy Walsh, Louise Doolan, Jane Falconer, Kelly Travers and Ella Mitchell)