About the team

Dan Pullinger (website manager)

Dan is Learning Services Manager at Leeds University Library, overseeing the Skills@Library service.
He is particularly interested in information literacy in the wider context of academic skills development; blended learning; collaborations with academic staff; digital literacy; using social media for learning, teaching and research; and the development of librarians’ teaching skills.

Emma Burnett

Emma is an Information Consultant at Royal Holloway, University of London. Her role includes liaison with academic departments and teaching information literacy skills.
She became involved with the website as part of her Marketing Officer role with the CILIP Information Literacy Group. Having given up the marketing role in 2016, she enjoys still being involved with the ILG as a web editor.

Beth-louise Downey

Beth-louise Downey

Beth-louise is a school librarian in a large high school in Lancashire, having previously worked in Public Libraries and children’s publishing. She joined the ILG Comms Team to get involved in how information literacy can be enhanced in schools and to learn from professionals working in universities. She is very keen to use her digital skills to work on the new developments of the website and social media.

Louise Minta

Louise Minta

Louise is Liaison Librarian for Medicine and Dentistry at University of Liverpool, and is currently involved in the creation of the Library’s new Information and Digital Literacy Framework. She joined the IL web team as a web editor in April 2019 and is keen to get involved with new developments. She is particularly interested in developing librarians’ teaching skills and working with academics to integrate the teaching of information and digital literacy into the curriculum.

Emily Selvidge

Emily is subject liaison librarian for various social sciences programmes at University College London. She has been a member of the web editorial team for the CILIP Information Literacy Group’s website since 2013. She wanted to get involved with the group because she saw it as an opportunity to learn new skills and work with professionals from other universities.
Emily is interested in academic skills development and librarians’ teaching practices.