Maria King (Subject Librarian for the School of Health and Social Care at Edinburgh Napier University) - Accessibility – what does it mean for libraries and education?
Regina Everitt (Assistant Chief Operating Officer (ACOO) & Director of Library,
Archives and Learning Services at the University of East London) - Pivot ponderings: Musings about one library's role in supporting tech-enhanced learning
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Azadbakht, E. & Schultz, T. Exploring open pedagogy in a credit-bearing library course
Bagger, A. Munk, B., Schwägermann, E. & Fajkovic, M. The library’s contribution to the University’s project on the enhancement of students’ digital skills
Ball, C., Peach, T., Pennington, D. & Price, L. Are referencing styles an oppressive information practice?
Blocksidge, K. & Primeau, H. Beyond anxiety: the emotional research experiences of first-year students
Bond, M. What's the point of a reading list?
Dowson, P., Jones, L. Dixon, D. Audiobooks, inclusion and higher education: a reflection on an audiobooks trial at Cambridge
Folk, A., Blocksidge, K. & Hammons, J. Supporting faculty to decode information literacy
Gill, N. & Springall, E. Making instruction more sustainable through collaboration and reflective practice
Harding, A-L., & Halliday, K. Anchoring information literacy: co-creation across sectors
Haworth, A., Dickinson, H. Sciamanna, C. & Grant, V. Overcoming the challenges of incorporating critical literacy into our information literacy offer: working with the ACRL Framework and decolonisation at The University of Sheffield
Howard, D. & Prescott, G. LEAP Online: The wheel keeps on turning
Howard, H., Phillips, M., Wang, J. & Zwicky, D. Workplace Information Literacy readiness: what do employers think?
Johnson, M. & Weeks, T. Embracing the bias: using theory to teach positional knowledge
Knoff, M. & Mclaughlin, M. Building critical thinking skills by fostering inquiry-based and dialogic learning in research consultations
Lincoln, H. & Chiu, T. An ‘Enabling Role’: student perceptions of librarian-teacher identity
Linsey, S., Southern, L. & Dawson, L. Health Literacy – a key life skill for all
McCaul, L. & O'Toole-Mills, T. ‘Making the most of your digital readings’: planning and delivering a new workshop
McKinney, P. Peacock, C. & Cox, A. The information literacy practices of LGBTQ+ students’ self-tracking: attitudes to data collection, data privacy and data sharing
Mellifluo, L. "The Submission Gamble": a short game around scientific publication
Nijhoff, C. & Wheeler, A. The Lego® Serious Play® Journal Club: exploring the future of academic librarianship
O'Hara, M. & Poole, K. Extending the impact of one-shot teaching interventions through reflective practice
Pho, A. & Varela, A. Building a community of practice: peer-to-peer mentoring for library instruction
Primeau, H., Hammons, J., Folk, A. & Blocksidge, K. TILTing research assignments: supporting instructors to develop transparent and equitable assignments workshop
Schor, M. & van Luttikhuizen, G. Less is more - designing effective information literacy micro-learning materials; see also: Handout
Secker, J., Morrison, C., Childs, M., Collins, M. & Wharton, E. Information Literacy and podcasting: teaching and learning through conversation
Šímová, T. An introduction to the Stop Predatory Practices Initiative
Tilley, E. Cooke, P., Jeffrey, L. & Trowell, C. Mind the gap! Embedding IL framework principles across a complex institution
Trowell, C. & Castle, C. Cartooning the Library: why and how to use applied comics for information literacy!
Whithworth, A., McKinney, P., Webber, S. Hicks, A. & Walton, G. Information Literacy as a practice for survival
Williard, H. How historians learn digital literacy skills: a qualitative exploration of the role of supervisors and librarians
Young, G. & Gilroy, D. Effective critical appraisal for excellent healthcare & health improvement: the development of a critical appraisal e-learning package for the NHS workforce
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 Presentations 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.
We look forward to seeing you there!