Joint ILG/SLA workshop: Information Literacy at the interface

The Information Literacy Group are joining forces with SLA Europe to present an evening event and a half-day workshop session with cross –sector appeal. Find out more about the half-day workshop below.

Event: Information Literacy at the interface: Learning from practice in the classroom and in employment
When: Friday 22nd May, 09.30-13.00
Where: University of Liverpool in London, 33 Finsbury Square, London, EC2A 1AG

In the second collaboration the CILIP Information Literacy Group and SLA Europe present a workshop to enable sharing of IL practice between professionals based in educational environments and those in the workplace.

This half-day event will feature information professionals working in corporate settings and within higher education. They will offer insight into the strategies, practical techniques and approaches to Information Literacy support applied in their respective sectors. These presentations will be followed by facilitated activity which will encourage the generation of new ideas and discussion, helping you to invigorate your own IL practice by learning from those in your sector and outside of it.
This event will be of interest to information professionals working in education and corporate or workplace based settings.

The following areas of the CILIP PKSB will be targeted:
2. Knowledge and Information Management
2.7 Knowledge sharing and collaboration
8. Literacies and Learning
8.1 Information Literacy
8.5 Frameworks and curricula for education and training
8.6 Teaching and training skills
8.7 Supporting users

Book your place online:

Both events are free for CILIP Information Literacy Group members and SLA members. Book now to avoid disappointment!
Tickets for non-members cost £15. Further information about IL Group membership is available here and for SLA membership here. If you have any additional queries about booking, please contact the Training Officer, Catherine McManamon:


1 thought on “Joint ILG/SLA workshop: Information Literacy at the interface”

  1. michelle smith

    Please can you help me !

    I am doing my dissertation on Information Literacy and my research aim is the following :

    1) Explore impact of information literacy work with young people

    2)To ascertain if information literacy is a contributing factor to young peoples disengagement from Education, Employment or Training.

    I would be grateful if you can please provide me with any information you have on information literacy.

    Kind Redards
    Michelle Smith

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