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Presentation given at LILAC 2011, 20th April, London

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    • York St John University | www.yorksj.ac.uk Creating information literacy partnerships in Higher Education Clare McCluskey, Academic Support Librarian LILAC, London, 20 April 2011
    • Where am I?
        • Twitter @librarygirl79
        • Slideshare claremccluskey
        • E-mail [email_address]
      York St John University | www.yorksj.ac.uk
    • York St John University | www.yorksj.ac.uk How do we promote the learning?
    • York St John University | www.yorksj.ac.uk More than a book repository?
    • York St John University | www.yorksj.ac.uk
    • York St John University | www.yorksj.ac.uk Action research takes you in all sorts of directions
    • Reactive
        • “ Finding out from us what texts we need.”
      York St John University | www.yorksj.ac.uk
    • Supportive
        • “ Anything I’ve felt I needed support with, I could come to you and ask.”
      York St John University | www.yorksj.ac.uk
    • Partner
        • “ The key thing is that they [the students] see our joined up thinking.”
      York St John University | www.yorksj.ac.uk
        • “ Previously I thought that librarians sat in the library and ordered books…They were not visible to tutors…I have been positively enlightened by the more open approach…which values tutors and students alike. I think it is essential that this open collaboration continues.”
        • Tutor D (One to one intervention)
      York St John University | www.yorksj.ac.uk
        • “ It would be great to see how you will be working with others too – might give me more ideas of how we could do more together in my programme.”
        • Tutor E (One to one intervention)
      York St John University | www.yorksj.ac.uk
        • “ Because of our discussion I was able to see the possibilities of a pedagogic research project which would involve [Clare] achieving some of her aims and me achieving some of mine.”
        • Tutor B (Group intervention)
      York St John University | www.yorksj.ac.uk
    • York St John University | www.yorksj.ac.uk
        • Screenshot of research blog (Kathy Ring)
      York St John University | www.yorksj.ac.uk
        • ?
      York St John University | www.yorksj.ac.uk
    • Where am I?
        • Twitter @librarygirl79
        • Slideshare claremccluskey
        • E-mail [email_address]
      York St John University | www.yorksj.ac.uk