Developing a New Curriculum for Information Literacy: theory and practice

A session at JISC RSC YH: Learning Resources Conference 2011

Thursday 20th October, 2011

1:40pm to 2:20pm (GMT)

This workshop will be a chance to find out more about the recent Arcadia project from Cambridge University Library to develop a new curriculum for information literacy. The session will provide an overview of the project, how the curriculum was developed and there will be a chance to examine the 10 strands of the curriculum in more detail to see how they might be used in your own work.

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Jane Secker

I'm a Copyright and Digital Literacy Advisor, teaching digital literacy classes and research skills. Editor of the Journal of Information Literacy. bio from Twitter

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Emma Coonan

Your local friendly Librarian Goddess, care of Cambridge University Library. Blogs as The Mongoose Librarian. bio from Twitter

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Time 1:40pm2:20pm GMT

Date Thu 20th October 2011

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