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Cambridge Information Literacy Day on June 25th

Cambridge University Libraries are running an Information Literacy Day on June 25th and as they are doing this virtually would like to extend a warm welcome to colleagues from other institutions to join them for the morning sessions which will be run via Zoom.

“We are delighted to have Ruth Carlyle and Jane Secker join us for the morning sessions and I am sure you will agree that we are in for a treat as we listen and engage with the topics that they are going to be focusing on.”

10.00-11.00: Ruth Carlyle (Zoom)
Head of Library and Knowledge Services, East of England and Midlands,
Health Education England
‘Information literacy in the age of Coronavirus: for health and for life’

11.30-12.30: Jane Secker (Zoom)
Senior Lecturer Educational Development,
City, University of London,
‘Moving online for Information Literacy teaching in the future’

The sessions are likely to be interactive.

Booking information is available via the link below. You will be sent a link to the Zoom sessions a few days before the event.

The third session is only available for Cambridge University Library staff, although they may be able to share the recording of this event at a later date.

5 thoughts on “Cambridge Information Literacy Day on June 25th”

  1. Suzie Williams

    Hello, I registered for this event so that I could attend the session being delivered by Jane Secker. However, I haven’t been sent a zoom link for the session, and I couldn’t find any email contact for the session. Please can you advise if you’ll be able to send me the recording instead.

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