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Beyond the Horizon conference

Beyond the Horizon Conference – 16 May 2022

Registration is now open for ‘Beyond the Horizon,’ the CILIP North East annual conference which covers a broad range of issues from across the library, information and knowledge professions. This conference will seek to inspire our audience, share knowledge, raise debate and provide networking opportunities. Join online Monday 16th May 2022, 1pm-3:30pm to hear from …

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Helping people find and use good quality, trusted health information

Helping organisations understand the importance of trusted, evidence-based information that people can access and understand has been at the core of my working life. I have been involved with health information for over a decade, working in the private sector, NHS England and now the Patient Information Forum (PIF). It is a great time to …

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Information Literacy Group vacancy: Further Education Representative

The CILIP Information Literacy Group have an exciting opening to join our team. We are recruiting for a Further Education (FE) representative to share their professional knowledge of their sector. This is a perfect opportunity for an FE Learning Resources professional to make a significant contribution to the group. We are looking for applicants who will …

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UK Fair Dealing Week – February 21st – 25th 2022

As a librarian, you can often be called upon to answer copyright queries from your users. Copyright education is an important part of information literacy teaching, particularly when supporting staff in the shift to online learning or when they are considering how to make their publications open access. Chris Morrison and Jane Secker believe that …

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Game-based Learning Event for Information Literacy Teaching

The CILIP Information Literacy Group is pleased to host a half day event on game-based learning for IL teaching. This event will be of interest to information literacy practitioners and library staff who create, design and deliver teaching sessions, either in a dedicated teaching role or as part of their wider role. Event Details Date: …

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IFLA Information Literacy & School Libraries Sections Joint Webinars

Join the IFLA Information Literacy and School Libraries Sections for a co-sponsored webinar series on 27 and 28 October! This webinar series explores perspectives on the role of information literacy education in fostering a smooth transition throughout a learner’s formal education journey from pre-Kindergarten to 20 and beyond. They are being offered within the Unesco …

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Meet the ILG Committee: Anne-Lise Harding, Government representative and Deputy Chair

What is your role on the committee? I am the Government representative, providing liaison for ILG and GIG. I have also recently stepped up to fill the position of Deputy Chair for the Information Literacy Group until March 2022. When did you join and why? I joined the committee in December 2015, as FE Representative. …

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PIL Provocations: Tell me sweet little lies: Racism as a form of persistent malinformation

The CILIP Information Literacy Group (ILG) and the LILAC Conference are delighted to have been enlisted as Champions of the Project Information Literacy initiative, “The PIL Provocation Series”. As a valued Champion of the “PIL Provocation Series,” I’m delighted to send our latest essay, “Tell Me Sweet Little Lies: Racism as a Form of Persistent Malinformation,” by Dr. Nicole A. Cooke, the …

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ILG Sub-Committee for New Professionals – Introducing Adrian Vaughan

As part of our series welcoming the new members of the ILG Sub-Committee for New Professionals, we’d like to introduce Adrian Vaughan. The purpose of this group is to bring together new library professionals and contribute towards the work of the Information Literacy Group. What is your role on the committee? I am one of …

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