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Frameworks, pathways and relationships - Tilley & Reid


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Frameworks, pathways and relationships - Tilley & Reid

  1. 1. Frameworks, pathways and relationships: bringing about change in a complex organisation Elizabeth Tilley & Catherine Reid Cambridge Information Literacy Network
  2. 2. Context
  3. 3. We’ve tried…..
  4. 4. Cambridge Information Literacy Network (CILN)
  5. 5. IL Framework • Resource Discovery Finding and evaluating information from a wide range of sources relevant to a discipline and research question, and developing an understanding of the iterative nature of the search process. • Critical Assessment Evaluating the information they use from critical perspectives, including authority, context and suitability for the information need, and appreciating how they may affect their use of it. • Managing Information Understanding scholarly practices within a discipline, providing appropriate attribution to information used, and developing practical skills to store and retrieve the range of sources in use. • Creating and Communicating Understanding that information creation is a process that embraces review, change and transfer, and how they contribute to the body of knowledge and scholarly conversation in their discipline.
  6. 6. Library staff • Large numbers (450) • Devolved institution - line management issues • Perceptions • Understanding what IL is • We’ve been here before • We don’t have time, space, staff, resources • The Centre should….. Communication, involvement & partnering
  7. 7. CILN Forum
  8. 8. Central services “We had no idea that librarians were so interested in teaching…..” (Central Admin, 2015) “This [CamGuides] is simply brilliant. Thank you so much for sending it to me and for the hard work that has gone into producing it. I am copying to xxxxx to circulate it to members of GBEC.” (Pro VC for Education, 2018)
  9. 9. Relationship Management Photo by Maarten van den Heuvel on Unsplash “relationship building is based upon opportunistic and intuitive approaches.” Barr and Tucker, 2018) OR One thing leads to another thing…..
  10. 10. Key messages • Get all library staff on board • Develop an Information Literacy framework • Gain attention from the central university • Benchmark with other institutions
  11. 11. Conclusion CILN is fostering change by: • understanding local context and local issues • listening to, valuing and including library staff • communicating at all levels in the University • building stakeholder relationships through planning and serendipity • building on external relationships
  12. 12. Elizabeth Tilley Education Lead, Libraries University of Cambridge Email: Telephone: 01223 767296 Twitter: @LibTil Catherine Reid Librarian, Forbes Mellon Library Clare College, Cambridge Email: Telephone: 01223 333202 Twitter: @CatherineAReid