UNIVERSITY COLLEGE DUBLIN LIBRARY 21-23 MARCH 2016

What is LILAC?

LILAC is the Librarians’ Information Literacy Annual Conference and is a firm favourite in the calendar of information professionals. The conference is brimming with new ideas, innovative teaching techniques, inspiring speakers and exciting social events.

Why you should attend

LILAC is organised by CILIP’s Information Literacy Group and aimed at librarians and information professionals who teach information literacy skills, are interested in digital literacies and want to improve the information seeking and evaluation skills of all our library users whoever they may be.

Who should attend

Librarians from across the UK and around the world attend LILAC. Delegates come to us from over 30 different countries worldwide. Each year we attract significant key players in the information literacy field as keynote speakers from around the globe.

LILAC 2016
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE DUBLIN LIBRARY 21-23 MARCH 2016

The Venue

Find out all you need to know about this year's venue including accommodation, directions, facilities and more

Connecting @ LILAC

One of the great aspects of the conference is opportunity it presents to connect with fellow professionals. Catching up with old friends and colleagues or making exciting new contacts. LILAC offers plenty of ways for connecting at specific networking sessions or our conference dinner.

LILAC on Twitter

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@Genevievela glad you enjoyed it :)

27 Apr

@LILAC_conf @infolitgroup @Genevievela Oops, make that 325 in total - accidentally missed a handful of people off!

27 Apr

@infolitgroup @Genevievela we had 300 delegates at #lilac16 - a nice round number!

27 Apr

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Do you remember when?

Have you been to LILAC in the past? Are you looking for notes from a presentation you attended? Maybe you are trying to recall the name of a keynote speaker or find the contact details for someone you met. Our archive provides all you need to look back at past conferences.

Parent Body

  • Information Literacy Group

Partners

  • Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals
  • Journal of Information Literacy