Scottish Information Literacy Project Third Open Meeting

                     Wednesday 16th September 2009

     Glasgow...
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Scottish Information Literacy Project 3rd Open Meeting Programme

  1. 1. Scottish Information Literacy Project Third Open Meeting Wednesday 16th September 2009 Glasgow Caledonian University, Hamish Wood Building W115 Information literacy and the skills agenda: a day devoted to linking information literacy with skills strategies at all levels Programme 9.30 – 10.00 - Registration and coffee/tea 10.00- 10.10 – Welcome and overview. Dr John Crawford, Director, Scottish Information Literacy Project 10.10-11.00 – Project overview and update. John Crawford 11.00 -11.15 Comfort break 11.15 - 12.15 - The Scottish Government’s information literacy strategy and the launch of the Information Literacy Community of practice website. Lesley Thompson, Knowledge Management Officer, Scottish Centre for Regeneration and Jenny Foreman, Information Literacy Librarian, Scottish Government 12.15 - 13.30 – Lunch W013 Hospitality Suite 13.30 – 14.15 – Restructuring the Scottish Information Literacy Framework. Christine Irving, Project Officer, Scottish Information Literacy Project 14.15 -15.00 – Learning Literacies for the Digital Age, a JISC funded study (LLiDA). Lou McGill- eLearning and Information Management Consultant 15.00 – 15.20 Afternoon tea 15.20 – 16.05 – Connections between Information Literacy Skills and wider skills: The Future Skills Project. Ian McCracken, Learning Resources Manager, Govan High School. 16.05- 16.15 – Summary and close Thanks to the Esmee Fairbairn Foundation for their funding for the last 18 months including this event. Most presentations to run for 45 minutes including time for questions

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