ILG

Sharing information literacy teaching materials as open educational resources

This post has been written by the Information Literacy Group’s Chair, Jane Secker. In the last few months there has been a resurgence of interest from the academic community in open educational resources (OERs), which are teaching resources shared with an open licence. No doubt this is partly prompted by the pandemic as lecturers and …

Sharing information literacy teaching materials as open educational resources Read More »

Health literacy https://www.flickr.com/photos/jasonahowie/8585047526

NHS Librarians’ responses to COVID-19

In this guest blog post, Pip Divall talks about the responses of NHS Librarians to COVID-19. Pip is the Clinical Librarian Service Manager at UHL NHS Trust and the Health Sector Rep for the Information Literacy Group. Like the rest of the world, health librarians and information professionals have been dealing with huge unknowns. The …

NHS Librarians’ responses to COVID-19 Read More »

Event

Icepops 2019, University of Edinburgh: Draft programme now available!

The Icepops 2019 (International Copyright-Literacy Event with Playful Opportunities for Practitioners and Scholars) draft programme is now available! Icepops 2019 will be held at the South Halls Venue, University of Edinburgh on Wednesday 26th June 2019. There are optional tours of  St Cecilia’s Hall, a Georgian Music Hall in Edinburgh, and the opportunity to attend …

Icepops 2019, University of Edinburgh: Draft programme now available! Read More »

CILIP Definition of Information Literacy 2018

Guest post: Information Literacy and senior leadership

In this guest post blog, Rosie Jones, Deputy Chair of the CILIP Information Literacy Group and Director of Library Services at the Open University, writes about her reflections on information literacy and senior leadership. I have been involved with the information literacy (IL) community for much of my professional career. I have always enjoyed the …

Guest post: Information Literacy and senior leadership Read More »

Coffee Meeting

Guest post: Information Literacy in the French curriculum, towards a national approach – Anne-Lise Harding

The Information Literacy website editorial team recently invited Anne-Lise Harding to write a blog post for the website in her capacity as the Further Education representative on the CILIP Information Literacy Group Committee. In it she talks about information literacy in France and gives us a history lesson in the French education system and recent reforms. She …

Guest post: Information Literacy in the French curriculum, towards a national approach – Anne-Lise Harding Read More »

Coffee Meeting

Chair of Information Literacy Group blog post: On changing the world, education and information literacy

The Information Literacy website editorial team recently invited Dr. Jane Secker to write a blog post for the website in her capacity as chair of the CILIP Information Literacy Group. In it she talks about the hard work that goes into running a special interest group; the new CILIP definition of information literacy; her new job at …

Chair of Information Literacy Group blog post: On changing the world, education and information literacy Read More »

Copyright Literacy. Icon by Freepik at Flaticon.com

UUK / Guild HE Copyright Summer Event

The CILIP 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 (CNAC). The day will include a keynote presentation from Dr Emily Hudson, Kings College London who will provide a global perspective on copyright exceptions in the library, education and cultural …

UUK / Guild HE Copyright Summer Event Read More »