Friday, July 28, 2017

Presentations from #CILIPconf17 infolit in curriculum, Syrian new Scots, vaccines

CILIP Conference 2017 in ManchesterThe presentations from the CILIP (UK library/information association) conference in July jave been put online. There was a session devoted to information literacy, with three presentations:
- Beyond “Grey in Sepia”: Empowering the everyday life information literacy of Syrian new Scots – Dr Konstantina Martzoukou, Senior Lecturer / PG Programme Leader Information Management, Robert Gordon University
- Bookending HE: supporting transition and transformation at both ends of the curriculum – Emma Coonan, Information Skills Librarian, University of East Anglia
- The epidemic of misinformation about vaccines – Dr Pauline Paterson, Research Fellow and co-director of The Vaccine Confidence Project, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine
You can find them, and presentations on a wide variety of other library and information topics, at
The embedded photo (under a Creative Commons license) is from the CILIP Flickr stream and shows me (right) and Lucy Sinclair at work on our (Information School, University of Sheffield) exhibition stand at the CILIP conference

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