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LILAC 16

LILAC 2016 was held in University College Dublin. The archive is available online at http://www.lilacconference.com/lilac-archive/lilac-2016-1

and includes the short paper by WIT Libraries’ very own Claire Kennedy and Delia Foley!

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LILAC 2015

The themes for LILAC 2015 are:

  • Creative approaches to IL (sponsored by Moira Bent, Jo Webb, Chris Powis, Andrew Walsh & Dave Parkes from the Association of National Teaching Fellows)
  • IL for under 18s
  • IL and employability (sponsored by the Department of Information Studies, Aberystwyth University)
  • Delivering IL through new technologies (sponsored by Information Learning Services, York St John University)
  • Research based IL (sponsored by the Information School, The University of Sheffield)
  • Outreach and collaboration

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LILAC 2014

LILAC 2014 was hosted by Sheffield Hallam University, 23rd-25th April 2014.

The themes for LILAC 2014 were:
•Innovative approaches to IL (sponsored by York St John University)
•Putting theory into practice (sponsored by Aberystwyth University)
•Transitions – IL from cradle to tomb
•Outreach and collaboration (sponsored by Information School, University of Sheffield)
•IL on a shoestring
•Health literacy (sponsored by the CILIP Health Libraries Group)

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LILAC 2013

The themes for LILAC 2013 were:

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  • IL and employability (sponsored by Department of Information Studies, Aberystwyth University)
  • IL and the digital future (sponsored by Department of Information Studies, Aberystwyth University)
  • Transliteracy
  • Future-proofing the IL practitioner
  • Collaboration and partnerships (sponsored by The University of Manchester)
  • Active learning and creative pedagogical approaches

Presentations are available at: http://www.lilacconference.com/WP/past-conferences/lilac-2013/

Info Lit in the Round – Three Spheres of Information Literacy

Another post about LILAC. Geoff Walton gave a paper at LILAC 2012 about ‘Three Spheres of Information Literacy.’ The three spheres are: evaluate / use / find.

Walton asked those who attended the talk to rate each sphere in order of importance. Then he also asked the subscribers of LIS-Infoliteracy discussion list to rate the spheres. The results are interesting and are given in the below article –

Three spheres of Information Literacy by Geoff Walton

Three Sphere-agos :)How would you rate the three spheres? Which one is most important – knowing how to find information or knowing what to do with that information when its found or being able to judge the information itself?