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One of the most popular sections of the Information Literacy website is the Definitions and Models area. Visitors to this page can find an overview of when, where and how you would apply Information Literacy to practice, and how it relates to other literacies and skills sets. Information, digital and media literacies are some of the many new literacies and skills […]

Event


Bookings are now being taken for Icepops: International Copyright-Literacy Event with Playful Opportunities for Practitioners and Scholars, which will focus on creative approaches to copyright education, information literacy and scholarly communication. This one-day event will be held on Tuesday 3rd April 2018 at the University of Liverpool and will be the first satellite event run as part of the LILAC conference. Devised by Chris Morrison […]

Announcement


Bookings are now being taken for Icepops (International Copyright-Literacy Event with Playful Opportunities for Practitioners and Scholars), a brand new copyright education conference launched by the UK Copyright Literacy team and the CILIP Information Literacy Group. Icepops will be run as a satellite event to the LILAC conference in April 2018. The day will include keynote speakers, a world café, an opportunity to play copyright games […]

Event


The UK Copyright Literacy team and CILIP Information Literacy group have launched a brand new copyright education conference! Icepops (International Copyright-Literacy Event with Playful Opportunities for Practitioners and Scholars) will be run as a satellite event to the LILAC conference next year. The day will include keynote speakers, a world café, an opportunity to play copyright games including the Publishing […]

Research


Jane Secker, Chair of the CILIP Information Literacy Group, reports on the UUK / GuildHE Copyright Working Group event, which took place on 20th June 2017. On 20th June the CILIP Information Literacy Group sponsored the Universities UK / GuildHE Copyright Working Group Summer Event at Woburn House in London. The event was mainly attended by copyright officers in higher education and discussions centred […]

News


CILIP Information Literacy Group Chair, Jane Secker, together with LILAC Co-Chair Lisa Jeskins, and Chris Morrison are helping Learning On Screen (the new name for the British Universities Film and Video Council (BUFVC)) to carry out some research to better understand the needs of the education sector with regards to copyright and audiovisual material. The e-CHARM project is a 6 month […]

News


The Copyright Cortex, a new online resource on copyright and digital cultural heritage, will be launched at a special event at the British Library from 5-7pm on Tuesday, June 20th, 2017. The resource has been produced through collaboration between Queen’s University Belfast and CREATe at the University of Glasgow, with the support of CILIP – the Library and Information Association, the Libraries and Archives […]

Event


UUK / Guild HE Copyright Summer Event The Information Literacy Group is sponsoring a one day workshop aimed at university copyright officers or specialists, hosted by Universities UK and GuildHE Copyright Working Group. The day will consider the relationship between licences offered to the HE sector and copyright exceptions. Chaired by Professor Ronan Deazley, from the School of Law at Queens University Belfast, […]

Announcement


Chris Morrison, Copyright and Licensing Compliance Officer at the University of Kent, is to present a webinar on Copyright the Card Game on Thursday, October 12th, 2016, as part of the Elsevier Library Connect webinar series. The session is entitled ‘Trends in Teaching Information Literacy’ and will also feature presentations by information literacy experts Katy Kavanagh Webb from East Carolina University and […]

News


Last month the Information Literacy Group‘s Chair, Dr Jane Secker, gave a keynote presentation at the Association for Learning Technology Conference (ALT-C). It was about copyright and e-learning, and covered themes such as information literacy, information privilege and the rights we have to use information and ideas from others. It drew much praise at the conference and it is happily available for all […]