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A selection of photos from the conference can be found on our flickr.
Tony Durcan (Head of Culture, Libraries and Lifelong Learning for Newcastle City Council). "Information is as vital to the healthy functioning of communities as clean air, safe streets, good schools and public health".
Dr Karen E. Fisher (University of Washington Information School, The Information & Society Center). Lay information mediary behaviour and social information literacy.
Dr Ralph Catts (Senior Research Fellow at The Stirling Institute of Education, University of Stirling). Evaluating the impact of information literacy.
The themes for LILAC 2010 were:
Austrheim, G., Kavli, S. & Mikki, S. Search and Write: making the connection through a cross disciplinary approach to information literacy.
Belcher, M. & Farrow, E. Building capacity: lessons learnt from an intensive health information training programme in Vietnam.
Bisset, J. & Brain, S. How was it for you? Evaluating the iSkillZone.
Boden, D. & Arkle, S. Expository online learning versus evidence based interactive online learning: is there really a difference to learning outcomes?
Boland, J. Rejuvenating UDEL (University of Derby Electronic Library) information skills (poster).
Boyle, S. Problem clinics: information literacy triage (pecha kucha).
Boyle, S. Using games to enhance information literacy sessions.
Browning, R. & Jane, S. Creating a new vintage: librarians & archivists teaching together (poster).
Bryant, L. To e or not to e? The use of eBooks on foundation degree courses (poster).
Bury, S. An investigation of the information literacy instruction practices, attitudes and knowledge of university faculty: findings and recommendations based on survey and interview research at York University.
Byrne, U. & Tynan, M. Avoiding plagiarism: a new solution to an old problem.
Catts, R. Embedding IL in a professional doctorate course work.
Cavanagh, J. & Kirby, P. Library Network Support Services (LNSS): developing the IL practitioner through collaboration, sharing, repurposing, reusing and not reinventing the wheel.
Clark, J. & Murphy, H. The librarian as lecturer: experiences on the other side of the fence.
Clark, J., Stokes, D. & Ladisch, M. UCD science blog: 5 years from innovation to mainstream (poster).
Click, A. & Walker, C. Coursework, conferences, and the classroom: on-the-job training for new IL practitioners.
Cohen, S.F., Cottrell, J. & Miller, M.G. Building brick by brick: a pragmatic approach to measuring impact.
Collins, L. & Hilliar, M.A. Tooled up for distance learning (poster).
Cordes, S. The lingua electric: 21st century literacy in 400 seconds (pecha kucha).
Corrall, S. & Sen, B. Mapping information literacy strategy (poster).
Corrall, S. & Sen, B. Strategy direction and information literacy: plan and improve. Tools to plan and navigate your route to your information literacy destination (pecha kucha).
Crawford, J. Employability and information literacy: a review of a training programme.
Croucher, B., Dozier, M., Littleton, F. & Colledge, D. The IS Cream Van - an Information Services presence in Second Life.
Downham, G. Research students and IL: the Surrey experience.
Dubicki, E. Information literacy and the business student (poster).
Fielden, N. & Foster, M. Crossing the rubricon: assessing the instructor.
Finney, E. & Borg, M. SHU and the library gateway (poster).
Fleming, A., Rawlinson, M. & Ball, H. From framework to curriculum: the adoption of a 'learning literacies' approach at Edge Hill University.
Forsythe, F.M. A sober Scot looks at the Rose.
Geraghty, A., O'Sullivan, I. & Cleary, L. A whole university blended approach to developing academic and information literacies for researchers.
Glass, B. & Griffiths, J. Understanding the information literacy levels of students: results of a three year Online Information Literacy Audit at Manchester Metropolitan University.
Gullbekk, E. Paradigmatic changes? Developing the IL teacher (poster).
Hardy, G. & Long, C. Stepping stones to information literacy: a PebblePad case study.
Harrison, R. So far, yet so close: providing support to researchers in the Web 2.0 environment (poster).
Harviainen, M. Library information literacy in doctoral studies in music and in music research (poster).
Hegarty, N. & Carbery, A. Learning by doing: redesigning the first year information literacy programme at WIT Libraries.
Hegarty, N. & Carbery, A. Learning by doing: redesigning the first year information literacy programme at WIT Libraries (poster).
Hensley, M.K. Critical reflection: strategies fr encouraging your growth as a teacher.
Higgison, M. & Foreman, J. Scottish Government information literacy in the workplace - measuring impact.
Holderied, A.C. Instructional design for the active: employing interactive technologies and active learning exercises to enhance library instruction.
Irving, C. Begin at the beginning - information literacy in primary schools.
Jackson, A. Just enough education to perform: information skills, professionalism and employability.
Jackson, C. An information literacy strategy for Wales: towards a national framework (pecha kucha).
James, C. Going back to university basics: how education is able to benefit from research tools.
Jeffrey, L. Generic versus subject-specific researcher training.
Johnson, R. ILS and RTP: the Research Training Programme delivered by Information and Library Services at the University of Worcester, past, present and future.
Kim, S. What are the post-effects of Japan's National Curriculum standards? Inquiry based learning and elementary school libraries (poster).
Kirk, T. & Packham, C. Changing the catalogue: training the users at the British Library.
Kloda, L. & Brettle, A. How to interpret research on information literacy and library instruction.
Koponen, E. Jyväskylä Libraries make it happen. A common strategy for information services.
Krakowska, M. Overtake the roadrunner: diagnosis of information literacy education and understanding the holistic approach in Poland (poster).
Ladisch, M. Do you need help with Endnote? Software support as a successful service at UCD Library (pecha kucha).
Lake, C. & Lawrence, D. Teaching online using Capitivate, Jing & Echo360: developing best practice in a changing electronic environment.
Lambert, J. IESR: a showcase for health related research collections (poster).
Lepley, D., Kuhn, I. & Hockley, P. Evaluating your training - a pragmatic approach. The East of England experience.
Lilley, K. Impacting a local mental health service as a clinical librarian (poster).
Meehan, D. Adapting information literacy practice to changing conditions: the example of business postgraduates.
Miller, S.D. & DeJoy, N. Assessing collaboration: the effect of pedagogical alignment and shared learning outcomes for information literacy instruction in first year writing classes.
Morgan, N. & Jones, N. Now showing at your nearest lecture theatre! Bringing IL to life with innovative homemade movies.
O'Brien, T. & Ward, J. The Irish Working Group on Information Literacy 2006-2009 (poster).
O'Keeffe, M. & Cohen, P. An introduction to student centred and active learning for the information literacy practitioner.
Palmer, C. & Canaday, C. Plan and produce the information literacy tutorial @ your library!
Pavey, S. & Todd, S. Innovative approaches to developing practice in school librarianship.
Petch, M., Fraser, K. & Webb, J. Building research student communities: is there a role for library and learning services?
Powis, C. & Webb, J. Making a mark: assessment for learning.
Ravagni, C. The web as information source: a qualitative study on the impact of internet search lessons (poster).
Reedy, K. i-know at the OU: information skills for the 21st century workplace (poster).
Reilly, P. 23 Things @UL - navigating learners through Web 2.0 universe (poster).
Repanovici, A. & Landøy, A. The concepts of informational process in collaborative projects.
Rintamäki, K. Jointly arranged reflective information literacy course (pecha kucha).
Schneider, M. & Pullinger, D. "Who dares to teach must never cease to learn." (John Cotton Dana).
Secker, J., Jones, R., Boden, D. & Stubbings, R. Libraries & learning 2020: can technology save us and is information literacy (once again) making the wrong assumptions: a debate.
Sen, B. & Corrall, S. Establishing critical success factors for information literacy - a methodology (pecha kucha).
Sidwell, K. & Schneider, M. Researching researchers: developing a one-stop-shop for research support.
Stanton, W. & Coombs, J. Interactive learning using Xerte: minding the skills gap.
Streatfield, D. & Shaper, S. Information literacy support in United Kingdom school libraries.
Stubbings, R., Myhill, J. & Bent, M. Developing librarians as teachers to enhance the learner experience.
Symonds, E., Kennedy, S. & Davis, A. Information literacy and the digital natives = bridging the gap.
Szurmak, J. & Peterson, A. Growing instruction programs in LOAM, a tool facilitating the scaffolding of information literacy skills.
Thompson, C., Westera, G. & Esfahani, B. Developing literacy in an oral culture.
Thull, J. The Tribal College Librarians Institute: making connections with the underserved (pecha kucha).
Tong, C., Etkind, A. & Thomas, S. First steps to success! Delivering online subject information skills at the University of Hertfordshire (poster).
Tonning, A.S.V. & Rullestad, T. Integrating information literacy within the university curriculum: cooperation between the University of Bergen Library (UBL) and the Centre for University Pedagogy (UniPed).
Turner, N., Braaksma, B., Dakshinamurti, G. & De Jaeger, A. Testing conventional wisdom with evidence-based management: the role of information literacy.
Tyron, J. Using faculty focus groups to assess information literacy core competencies at a university level.
Walton, E. & Barnes, C. Online subject guides - introducing Web 2.0 to subject web pages at the University of Sussex (poster).
Weetman DaCosta, J. & Dubicki, E. Using weapons of mass collaboration to implode information literacy into the curriculum.
Widdicombe, K. Cog-ignition: the development of learning objects to support teaching and learning at UCA (pecha kucha).
Widdicombe, K. & Gundry, L. An introduction to research for creative arts students: visual research methods and information literacy.
Wolf, C. Changing one of the vehicles for information literacy.
LILAC is great opportunity for our fellow professionals to present their ideas, share best practice and show case new thinking in our sector. If you have an idea then we'd love to hear about it. We have many options for the types of sessions you might run from a symposium to a workshop. Visit our Call for papers page to find out how to apply.
Places at this year's conference are likely to be in demand more than ever before. Each year our conference grows increasingly popular and this year promises to be no different. Don't miss out and book your place now for this year's conference.
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