Dr Jane Secker, Chair of the CILIP Information Literacy Group and Senior Lecturer in Educational Development at City, University of London, recently attended two European conferences related to libraries and information literacy. At the end of May 2018, Jane was invited to run a workshop at the EBLIDA-NAPLE Conference in Strasbourg on Copyright the Card Game, the popular teaching resource she co-developed […]

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The CILIP Information Literacy Group (ILG) committee are delighted to have officially launched the new CILIP Definition of Information Literacy 2018 on Friday, April 6th at LILAC 2018 in Liverpool. ILG have been working closely with our parent organisation CILIP over the last two years to refresh the Information Literacy definition that was originally devised in 2004. It was recognised […]

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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 […]

This Friday 3 March, join Emma Molls and Michelle Reed for the first in a webcast series from ACRL and the CILIP Information Literacy Group exploring the Intersections between Scholarly Communications and Information Literacy. These webinars are free to ILG members and are offered at a reduced rate for those who wish to sign up to the series. Webcast 1: Crossing Paths: An […]

UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation) have launched their Five Laws of Media and Information Literacy. Their strategy aims to bring together the fields of information literacy and media literacy into a combined set of knowledge, skills and attitudes required for living and working in the 21st century. Media and Information Literacy recognizes the primary role of information […]