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CILIP’s  Information Literacy Group and the Multimedia, Information and Technology Group (MmIT) invite you to join them for a day-long conference of seminar talks and activities from digital literacy experts at the University of Liverpool in London on Friday 5th August 2016. Are you currently involved in developing, supporting and delivering digital literacy skills in your library? Are you engaged […]

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The CILIP Information Literacy Group is pleased to support an international summer school on information know-how for professionals, taking place on the beautiful island of Corfu in July 2016. Participants will be able to develop their expertise in key information literacy techniques and share experience with representatives from a variety of sectors, all amongst the stunning scenery and rich culture of this […]



The first Debates (Digital dE-BiAsing Techniques for an Engaged Society) conference, sponsored by the CILIP Information Literacy Group and InformALL, will take place on 18th May, 2016, at Northumbria University, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK. The conference costs £50 for CILIP IL Group members, and £80 for other delegates. The overall topic of the one-day conference is the issue of negative behaviours in online social media, and […]



A short report by Jacqueline Geekie, Public Library Representative for the CILIP IL Group committee, on the recent Digital inclusion TeachMeets held in London and Leeds, in partnership with the Tinder Foundation. Representatives of the CILIP Information Literacy Group and the Tinder Foundation met at the CILIP Conference in Liverpool last year and were keen to work together to promote digital […]



The call for papers for the first Debates (Digital dE-BiAsing Techniques for an Engaged Society) conference has been extended, with a new closing date of Friday, 11th March, 2016. Sponsored by the CILIP Information Literacy Group, the event will take place on 18th May, 2016, at Northumbria University, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK. The overall topic of the one-day conference is the issue of negative behaviours in […]



The first Debates (Digital dE-BiAsing Techniques for an Engaged Society) conference, sponsored by the CILIP Information Literacy Group, will take place on 18th May, 2016, at Northumbria University, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK. The overall topic of the one-day conference is the issue of negative behaviours in online social media, and how these can be analysed and addressed by the research community. The call for papers […]



Public library colleagues are invited to sign up for a free event focused on digital inclusion and developing digital literacies. The event will take place in both London and Leeds, and is a collaboration between the CILIP Information Literacy Group and the Tinder Foundation. Colleagues working in public libraries will be brought together with a range of IL practitioners in Higher Education (HE) and Further Education (FE) to […]



The Library and Information Research journal has put out a call for papers for a special issue of this journal focussing on strategic and policy making issues in information literacy, both in the UK and worldwide. It is due for publication in September – October 2016.  Please see the further details below.   CALL FOR PAPERS – SPECIAL ISSUE, LIBRARY […]



The CILIP Information Literacy Group is joining forces with the Tinder Foundation to host two events focused on digital inclusion and developing digital literacies. The events will bring together public library colleagues with IL practitioners in Higher Education (HE) and Further Education (FE) to share experience and knowledge around teaching digital literacies.  The CILIP IL Group are inviting expressions of interest from […]



Rebecca Mogg, Deputy Chair of the CILIP Information Literacy Group, has kindly provided a report on the Innovative Learning: Driving Educational Change event that took place at the Manchester Conference Centre on Tuesday, December 8th, 2015. Being a librarian, the vast majority of events I attend are for librarians and these are usually focused on information literacy.  So I was really […]