Elizabeth attended and presented at the LILAC information Literacy conference 2019 and has given her permission to share her blog post here. To see the original click here Having just come home from 3 very intensive days of learning, collaborating, sharing and networking I am exhausted. However, I feel it is important to write this… Continue reading Sharing our learning. LILAC conference 2019
o I can’t believe it has been and gone. The first ever JCS Digital Literacy conference #JCS2018 in Birmingham was a huge success. Wonderful keynote speakers, fabulous lightning talks and the opportunity to present a workshop too. I was delighted to talk to librarians who I follow on Twitter who were great at coming up… Continue reading JCS Digital Literacy Conference 2018
Elizabeth went to Cologne to present at the Practical Pedagogies conference at the beginning of November. This is an international conference for teachers who are all sharing their teaching practice. Click here to read her blog post about what she learned. We are excited to be planning how to use our big bag of… Continue reading Practical Pedagogies Conference 2018 #pracded18
One of our SLS librarians attended the FCBG conference this year. It was her first conference so she shared her experience with us.
Internet Librarian Conference 2017 Ellie Fowkes continues her write up of her conference trip. Mary Ojala: Celebrate your super search powers Mary talked about the 7 search powers that librarians need to equip themselves with. She started off by stating that ‘our work starts where Google ends’: anybody can search google, but not everyone searches… Continue reading Fight the fake, find the facts: 7 superpower searches
The Internet Librarian International (ILI) conference 2017 Continuing our series of blog post, Catherine Stuart writes about her day. What is the ‘fake news phenomenon’? What are the potential effects of it and who does it affect? How can I as a Teacher/Librarian combat this within my role? I attended this session to learn more… Continue reading Post-Fact landscape: How librarians can help.
The Internet Librarian programme conference looked very appealing with a key theme being the phenomenon of ‘fake news’ and how it affects libraries and librarians. I also liked the diversity within the programme which was reflected in conference delegates attending from different settings academic, school, government, corporate. I was a day delegate, and was not… Continue reading Internet Librarian Conference 2017: How librarians respond to change.