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Destination information! Taking staff on an information literacy journey. Jones & Friggens

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Destination information! Taking staff on an information literacy journey. Jones & Friggens

  1. 1. Destination information: taking staff on an information literacy journey Linda Jones and Greta FriggensLinda Jones and Greta Friggens
  2. 2. Develop creativity Information Literacy ProjectsInformation Literacy Projects Foster team partnership Build the confidence of library staff Better develop and support information literacy in our students and staff Increase their own information literacy
  3. 3. Referencing at Portsmouth has received 460,354 hits in the last two and a half years. Usage is still growing but it is matched with a reduction in time consuming repetitive personal enquiries. Allowing us to concentrate on the most difficult.
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  5. 5. Fold itFold it Find itFind it toto ……
  6. 6. Lecturer 100% Librarian 100% Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Expected to know already
  7. 7. Information Literacy: the vehicle to release creativity and promote synergy ccarlstead, Happy Ship, www.flickr.com +_
  8. 8. Develop creativity Information Literacy ProjectsInformation Literacy Projects Foster team partnership Build the confidence of library staff Better develop and support information literacy in our students and staff Increase their own information literacy
  9. 9. Thanks to Liam O’Neill for allowing us to use his photograph, ‘Portsmouth Harbour’, for our presentation. Retrieved 09/03/09 from www.flickr.com/photos/viewfromtheroadside/1367508957/ linda.jones@port.ac.uk and greta.friggens@port.ac.uk ??

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