The full programme is now available for i2c2 – the Innovation, Inspiration and Creativity Conference – which is taking place on 6th-7th March, 2014 at the Studio, Manchester.
Places at the conference are going fast so you are encouraged to book as early as possible.
The conference aims to inspire the attendees to innovate and be more creative in their libraries. The programme includes a wide range of library-related talks, activities and games, including playing with LEGO, guerrilla librarians, how to build innovative library spaces and more.
Many of the sessions relate in some way to information literacy and digital literacy, including:
- Jade Kelsall, Sam Aston and Michelle Schneider: A tale of three cities – this session will look at a collaborative project to design an online digital literacy resource
- Andrew Whitworth, Maria-Carme Torras Calvo, Bodil Moss, Nazareth Amlesom Kifle and Terje Blasternes: Mapping the information landscape: Using Ketso to help academic librarians understand and manage change
- Andrew Walsh: Making Games workshop
In addition to the parallel sessions, the two keynote speakers have been confirmed as:
Day One – Brendan Dawes, whose work focuses on the interplay between people, code, design and art work.
Day Two – Dave White, who runs the Technology Assisted Lifelong Learning Group at the University of Oxford.
To book a place at the conference, visit the i2c2 website and follow the on-screen instructions.