The kind folks at LILAC 2015 have uploaded the slides from the conference to their slideshare account (http://www.lilacconference.com/WP/past-conferences/lilac-2015). Here are the slides to the workshop on 'Making IL relevant in employment settings' (http://www.slideshare.net/infolit_group/goldstein-inskip-seckerwalton) which was co-presented by Stéphane Goldstein, Charlie Inskip, Jane Secker & Geoff Walton and this link should take you to the slides on … Continue reading Slides from LILAC 2015
I'll be involved in 2 presentations this week at the LILAC 2015 conference in sunny Newcastle: FRIDAY MORNING: What is workplace information literacy? A comparison of views from the chalkface and the workplace Charles Inskip, University College London, firstname.lastname@example.org This presentation discusses a mapping of information literacy (IL) concepts drawn from the library and information … Continue reading LILAC 2015
Things have moved on since I originally posted the shortlist of the evaluated resources, and hyperlinks have changed. I have updated the links (09 Oct 2014), below: Cardiff University, Embedded information literacy: Postgraduate students, integration of information and digital literacies into the University Graduate College skills development programme Cranfield University, Online information literacy tutorial: Undergraduate / postgraduate students, highly interactive … Continue reading Updated links to shortlisted resources
As a member of the CILIP Information Literacy Policy Board I have been working recently on a blog and literature review of texts relating to information literacy in the workplace. This will be published by CILIP on their website, available to all for download, on Monday 16th June via this link: [ http://www.cilip.org.uk/information-literacy-is-for-life ]. The text of … Continue reading Information literacy is for life, not just for a good degree.
ALISS AGM 2014: Developing Digital Literacies for a Digital World slides for my presentation 'Reflecting on digital competences' now online here [ALISS AGM 2014 slides] as a pdf. Thanks to everyone for listening and asking such interesting questions. Great stuff on the day from Sally Patalong at Coventry University and Beth Clark and Victoria Bird … Continue reading ‘Reflecting on digital competences’: slides uploaded
I am very pleased to have been given the opportunity to share some findings from my research into academic library staff digital scholarship competences next Wednesday at the ALISS AGM. Tickets still available, folks! :http://alissnet.org.uk/aliss-agm-2014-developing-digital-literacies-for-a-digital-world/ For those unable to attend, slides will be uploaded to this blog after the event. The title of the talk will be … Continue reading ALISS AGM 2014: Developing Digital Literacies for a Digital World
The slides for my LILAC 2014 presentation are now available. They contain numerous links embedded in the pictures and logos are are designed as a signposting exercise to help you locate useful resources from the JISC Developing Digital Literacies programme around digital literacy and scholarship.