Author Archives: Jane Secker

Developing a shared curriculum for student support: ALDinHE conference

Emma and I presented with Maria Bell at the ALDinHE conference in Hudderfield before Easter. Our slides are now available on SlideShare and it was a whirlwind tour of ANCIL theory, the review of undergraduate support at LSE and the … Continue reading

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ANCIL in practice: the road less travelled

Emma and I spoke at the M25 / CILIP Information Literacy event last Friday at the British Library: Information Literacy: the road less travelled. It was the first time we’ve spoken about our ANCIL work for a few months. It … Continue reading

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Rethinking Information literacy

Emma and I presented at the ARLG / CDG West Midlands event at University of Warwick today which was about librarians as teachers. Our slides are available online : It was our first joint keynote based on ANCIL for … Continue reading

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Information literacy journal club discusses ANCIL

On Wednesday 13th March at 8-9pm GMT there will be an online discussion about ANCIL hosted on the Information Literacy Journal Club. Sheila Webber and Niamh Tumelty facilitate these discussions and a few of the ANCIL team hope to be … Continue reading

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Rethinking information literacy

Our new book came out shortly before Christmas published by Facet. Emma and I were thrilled to receive our copies and it is available to buy now! The book is divided into ten chapters with an introduction, conclusion and afterward. … Continue reading

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Future Strategies for University and College Libraries

I presented at the Future Strategies for University and College Libraries event last week organised by Neil Stewart Associates and held in Westminster. My presentation on Librarians as Teachers Integrated in the Curriculum is online. I was also really excited … Continue reading

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ANCIL Seminar at LSE

A few weeks ago I presented a lunchtime seminar with Maria Bell to LSE Library staff and some colleagues from the Centre for Learning Technology. We were reporting on the ANCIL at LSE study that we have been undertaking with … Continue reading

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ANCIL at IFLA in Finland

Back in August I was ran a workshop at the IFLA Satellite Meeting in Tampere ( with Maria Bell from LSE and Katy Wrathall from York St John University. Our workshop described our current project at LSE to investigate how … Continue reading

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Rethinking information literacy

This weekend we finally finished the book of this title which is being published late this year by Facet. Emma and I have been working hard but we are particularly grateful to the 11 contributors who have written a chapter … Continue reading

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To Dublin with the new curriculum

I’ve just returned from Trinity College Dublin, where I presented at the CONUL Information Literacy Seminar on 14th June 2012. I was speaking about the Arcadia research to develop the new curriculum, strategies for implementation and the subsequent work that … Continue reading

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