Teaching materials from the Sheffield event


Andrew Walsh is a Training Officer for the CILIP Information Literacy Group. In this guest post, he writes about playful teaching and learning. My teaching has slowly developed over my years as a librarian, from quite a basic start, to something where I have quite a clear vision of myself as a “teacher” or “trainer”, that links to my wider […]

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To be in with a chance of winning some prosecco and chocolates tweet a picture of you using games in your teaching, using the hashtag #GlobalMILWeekGames. The last day for entry is tomorrow, 1st November 2017. Winners will be announced on Friday 3rd November. This is a great way to share your practice with others and of course win a little […]

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This ‘Games in Teaching’ blog post and Twitter competition is brought to you by our guest contributors: Nicola Dennis – Business & Law Information Specialist at Aston University. I am a member of the Library Induction Group and teach students from undergraduate, through to research level.  We primarily use online voting software and games within our Induction sessions and 1st year […]



Allison Jones, Subject Librarian at UWTSD Carmarthen, has kindly provided a report on the “Play, Games and Information Literacy” workshop, sponsored by the CILIP Information Literacy Group, that took place in Leeds on Monday, November 23rd, 2015. Always keen to learn new skills and spice up my information literacy sessions, I booked onto the “Play, Games and Information Literacy” workshop organised and […]