Coffee Meeting


What is your role on the committee? I am one of the newly appointed web editors of the IL website. The website editorial  team is a sub-group of the CILIP Information Literacy Group. When did you join and why? I joined the team in April 2019, so am very much a newbie!  Having been in my current role of Liaison Librarian for almost a […]

Schools


Darryl Toerien is Head of Library at Oakham School in Rutland. He serves on the National Committee of CILIP’s School Libraries Group (SLG) and the Board of the School Library Association (SLA), and has recently also been elected to the Section Standing Committee for School Libraries of IFLA. He was shortlisted for the Information Literacy Award in 2019 and was […]

Coffee Meeting


What is your role on the committee? I am half of the Library & Information Schools Representative, job-sharing with Geoff Walton. When did you join and why? I joined the ILG when I was working as a teaching librarian in the United States because I was interested in the UK’s strong heritage of IL research and practice and wanted to […]



In this guest post, Sarah Pavey talks about her personal experience of disinformation. Have you ever told a little white lie? Hands up who hasn’t! Have you ever told a little white lie in order to make yourself look better in the eyes of others? Be honest! Mostly this has no consequence, however these days that little white lie mentioned […]

Coffee Meeting


What is your role on the committee? I am taking over the role of Treasurer for the ILG and LILAC groups. When did you join and why? In 2016 I ended up winning the public library bursary to attend LILAC when it was held in Dublin, a conference which not only changed the way I thought about information literacy, but […]

Coffee Meeting


What is your role on the committee? I am one of two school representatives – the other being Rebecca Jones When did you join and why? I have attended most of the LILAC conferences over the years and have always enjoyed promoting the need for information literacy in schools through presentations there and networking. I wanted to do something more positive […]

LILAC conference


Nigel Morgan (Cardiff University) and Emily Shields (Manchester Metropolitan University) are retiring from the LILAC committee after the 2019  event. Together they have notched up an impressive 19 years of LILAC service. As they sail-off into a lilac-hued sunset, we asked them to reflect on their LILAC experiences.  How did you get involved with LILAC? Emily: I was first involved […]

Teaching materials from the Sheffield event


Andrew Walsh is a Training Officer for the CILIP Information Literacy Group. In this guest post, he writes about playful teaching and learning. My teaching has slowly developed over my years as a librarian, from quite a basic start, to something where I have quite a clear vision of myself as a “teacher” or “trainer”, that links to my wider […]

Files


Laura Woods is Secretary of the Information Literacy Group, and is Subject Librarian for Computing and Engineering at the University of Huddersfield. In this post, she discusses her recent experience of completing a PGCHE, and how this has benefited her role as a teacher-librarian. Introduction Over the past academic year, I have been studying towards a Postgraduate Certificate in Higher […]



Pip Divall is Clinical Librarian Service Manager at University Hospitals of Leicester (UHL) NHS Trust, and the Health representative for the Information Literacy Group. Hannah Beckitt is the Patient Information Librarian at UHL NHS Trust, a relatively new role which we have established in order to allow patients better access to information about their health, and their interactions with the […]