May 30th, 2019
The University of Nottingham was pleased to host the 15th annual LILAC national information literacy conference last month, with more than 300 international delegates in attendance.
The LILAC conference is run by the Information Literacy Group of The Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP). It’s aimed at aimed at librarians and information professionals who teach information literacy skills, are interested in digital literacies, and want to improve library users’ information seeking and evaluation skills.
Professor Sarah O’Hara, Pro‑Vice‑Chancellor for Education and Student Experience, welcomed delegates during the conference, which took place 24-26 April at University Park.
Keynote speakers at the event included:
For further insight into a number of the talks, visit http://information-literacy.blogspot.com/search/label/lilac19?m=0
For more information, presentations and reports from the 2019 conference, visit the LILAC Conference website.
For details of UoN Libraries’ programme of information literacy support for students, visit https://www.nottingham.ac.uk/library/about/teams/teaching-and-learning.aspx.
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