The LILAC Committee currently have two exciting opportunities to join their conference organising team. They are looking for motivated and enthusiastic individuals to recruit into the roles of Venue Coordinator and Sponsorship Development Manager. With this in mind, committee member Jess Haigh has kindly given us an insight into her experiences on the LILAC team.
The Annual General Meeting of the CILIP Information Literacy Group (ILG) will take place online on Zoom on Tuesday 2nd May 12-1pm GMT. Attendance at the AGM is free and is open to all ILG members. If you have not yet signed up and would like to join us for the online meeting, please complete
In this blog post, Sarah Pavey, the CILIP Information Literacy Group Schools’ co-rep, reports back on the second meeting of the BRIDGE Project. Her report from the first meeting is also available to read on the Information Literacy Group’s website. Stéphane Goldstein (InformAll) and myself (SP4IL) continued our journey with the BRIDGE project (BRIDGE, 2022)
The Information Literacy Group’s North American rep, Elizabeth Brookbank, has provided a round up of news from across the pond. Vermont State University caused an uproar last month by announcing it would move to an “all-digital academic library.” This type of move is something that universities in the US have been tip-toeing toward for years,
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
By Pip Divall: Health Sector Rep, CILIP Information Literacy Group and Clinical Librarian Service Manager, University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust NHS Health Education England (HEE) have recently released the first in a series of e-learning modules on critical appraisal on the E-learning for Healthcare website. A series of eight modules is planned, including an introduction, and
716 authors and counting: Reflecting on national and institutional information literacy trends through the lens of the Journal of Information Literacy. The Journal of Information Literacy (JIL) will be moving hosting platforms later this Spring. We have been grateful to have been hosted by Loughborough University since our inception in 2007 but the time has