Events

LILAC: The Information Literacy Conference

The LILAC Committee are recruiting

The LILAC Committee currently have two exciting opportunities to join our conference organising team. We are looking for motivated and enthusiastic individuals to recruit into the roles of Venue Coordinator and Sponsorship Development Manager. LILAC is a successful conference attracting delegates from around the world, and our committee work hard each year to deliver an […]

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ILG AGM 2023 – Online – Tuesday May 2nd 12pm

Information Literacy Group AGM 2023 The Annual General Meeting of the CILIP Information Literacy Group (ILG) will take place online on Tuesday, May 2nd at 12pm using Zoom. The group’s Annual Report for 2022/23 will be formally presented at the meeting. Date: Tuesday, May 2nd Time: 12.00-13.00 (BST) Venue: Online, Zoom Attendance at the AGM

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Icepops 2023 is go – save the date!

The fourth edition of Icepops (Icepops 2023) will be held at the University of Glasgow at the Advanced Research Centre on Thursday 20th July 2023. It will form part of a festival of copyright events running from 19-21 July in partnership with CREATe (UK Copyright and Creative Economy Centre) at the University of Glasgow. We have long been admirers of

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LILAC 2023 – Draft programme now available & more places released

The LILAC Committee are pleased to announce that the final remaining places for LILAC 2023 have been released. The draft programme has also been published, you can download it from our website. LILAC will be taking place at The University of Cambridge, Wednesday 19th to Friday 21st April. To book your place go to the LILAC website, you will need to register as a member or login to

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ILG Webinar – Information Literacy barriers, enablers and measuring tools for HE

The Information Literacy Group (ILG) is delighted to welcome Ellen Nierenberg, Librarian at Inland Norway University for an online webinar on the 21st February 2023. Ellen is a research fellow in information literacy at UiT The Arctic University in Norway (Tromsø). Having successfully defended her PhD thesis in November 2022; Ellen is sharing the results

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Writing a presentation proposal for LILAC 2023

What information literacy activity have you been doing that the community would be interested to hear about?  How have you innovated in your information literacy teaching practice where you are?  How have you collaborated with others to deliver information literacy content?  These are just some questions that you could reflect upon as you think about

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Global Media and Information Literacy Week (24th-31st October): Free events – book now!

Global Media and Information Literacy Week 2022 Theme: “Nurturing trust: A Media and Information Literacy Imperative“ Global Media and Information Literacy Week, commemorated annually, is a major occasion for stakeholders to review and celebrate the progress achieved towards UNESCO’s Media and Information Literacy for All. The main theme of this year’s week (24-31 October) is “Nurturing

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Health Information Week 2022 - Inspiring Better Health

Health Information Week 2022 #HIW2022

Health Information Week is here again, from 4 July to 10 July. The campaign is national and multi-sector, aimed at promoting high quality health and wellbeing information for the general public. Its project team includes the Patient Information Forum (PIF), NHS Health Education England, NHS Scotland, NHS Wales, The Reading Agency and Libraries Connected. The

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