The logo for the LILAC 2024 conference. The logo says 2024 Leeds but the number 0 is replaced with an image of an owl. A number of Leeds Beckett University’s constituent colleges at various times during their history featured the owl as their emblem, this included the City of Leeds Training College, the original occupants of Headingley Campus. Below 2024 Leeds it says LILAC: the information literacy conference. The logo is the colour lilac.

LILAC 2024 – Bursaries Available!

LILAC 2024 bursaries available – apply now for full conference and day delegate places! Applications are now open for the LILAC 2024 conference bursaries. LILAC: The Information Literacy Conference will take place from 25–27 March 2024 at Leeds Beckett University. This year, we are pleased to announce the introduction of a new ‘Local to LILAC’ […]

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LILAC 2023 bursary places

Applications for LILAC 2023 conference bursaries are now open. To have a truly engaging conference, we believe we need delegates who bring a variety of perspectives and backgrounds. The LILAC conference is therefore offering 5 free places for people from/ working in the following under-represented communities and sectors in the UK: Ethnic minority backgrounds Further Education

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Games Based Learning Event: BAME Bursary Winner Review

Thanks to Mobeena Khan for this review of the Games Based Learning Event she attended as a BAME (Black and Minority Ethnic) bursary winner. Please note we currently have bursary places available for our Anti-Racist Pedagogy and Decolonising: An Information Literacy Perspective Event.  My name is Mobeena Khan and I am an Information Skills Librarian

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