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Talk to us! Two upcoming participatory events

Conference season is nearly upon us once again, and Jane and I are delighted to have had a proposal accepted for LILAC 2015. Along with Merinda Kaye Hensley and Sarah McNicol and Emily Shields of MMU, we’ll be giving a … 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 : http://www.slideshare.net/LibrarianGoddess/librarians-as-teachers It was our first joint keynote based on ANCIL for … Continue reading

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And now for something … well, somewhat different

On 25 January Jane and I took part in the ARLG Librarians As Researchers event at York St John University. For a change, we weren’t talking about ANCIL or even information literacy, as such – rather, it was an opportunity … 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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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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Blue skies: a new definition of information literacy

Yesterday the full ANCIL team (Jane, Emma, Katy and Helen, with support from John) gave the first in our series of 2012 conference appearances 🙂 We spoke at libraries@cambridge, the annual conference of – you got it – Cambridge libraries. … Continue reading

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Information literacy for employers

On 12 December I attended an event at the University of West London called ‘Information as a Graduate Attribute: are employers getting a good deal?’. I was really keen to attend since Strand 10 of ANCIL deals with information literacy … Continue reading

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Reflecting on Our Sheffield workshop

Today’s workshop was the first time the two former Fellows and the two current Fellows came together to run a workshop on our new curriculum. It was a chance to recognise and thank the University of Sheffield as four of … Continue reading

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The ANCIL roadshow goes to Sheffield

On Thursday 10th November myself and Emma and the two new Arcadia Fellows, Helen Webster and Katy Wrathall are going to the iSchool at the University of Sheffield to give a workshop about our new curriculum. It will be the … Continue reading

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