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Only Connect: The varying conceptions of information literacy across an International Middle School community

Presented by RGU iSchool Making Connections

Date: May 3rd 14:00

Venue: Room 608/609, Aberdeen Business School, Garthdee Campus, RGU

Details: This seminar offers participants the opportunity to learn about the preliminary findings from a phenomenographic study of the ways seven different stakeholder groups including students, parents, teachers, library and IT personnel, administrators and leadership understand information literacy (IL). This study uniquely places the spotlight on IL from multiple stakeholder perspectives yielding for the first time a more comprehensive understanding of IL in an international school context. The seminar also serves to provide a platform for participants to explore the implications of these findings for professional practice in the Library and Information profession, curriculum development, professional development for staff and faculty, home school collaboration around IL learning and organisational learning. The study's author Veronica Cunningham has worked in different countries in the field of international education in the library and information and curriculum development areas. She is currently based in Oslo and is undertaking this research as part of the Doctorate in Information Science Degree Programme. The research and its findings are currently in the final write up phase and are of relevance to those concerned with shaping, leading and implementing IL strategy in learning communities worldwide.

This seminar is free of charge but for planning purposes it will be helpful if you can let us know you will be attending - please email Agnieszka Kruk-Omenzetter (a.kruk-omenzetter@rgu.ac.uk).

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The Library as a Third Space

Date: May 10th 10:00-14:30

Venue: College Development Network,
Argyll Court
Castle Business Park
Stirling
FK9 4TY

Details: This event is aimed at FE librarians and learning resource staff and others with an input or influence on their work.

The overarching theme for this Librarians' Development Network event is ‘The Library as a third space. The event will:

  • introduce the concept of the third space
  • provide you with up-to-date key information on sector developments
  • allow you to network and share best practice with other colleagues in the sector.

Booking: http://events.collegedevelopmentnetwork.ac.uk/events/show/5664

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Meet the President

Date: 17th May 16:30 

Venue: Brahan Lecture Theatre at Perth College UHI, Crieff Road, Perth PH1 2NX 

Details: We are very pleased to have Theresa Breslin coming to talk to our branch and to answer questions. Along with being a critically acclaimed author, Theresa is the current CILIPS President and former librarian. She also received the Carnegie medal, the UK’s most prestigious award in children’s literature, for Whispers in the Graveyard. http://www.theresabreslin.co.uk/

 

Theresa will be followed by Donald MacLean (Perth College UHI), who will look at the benefits of Personal Learning Networks (PLNs) and using social media for library CPD (Continuing Professional Development).

Afterwards there will be an opportunity to network over tea or coffee and a pastry or muffin. All members and friends welcome.

To book your place, please contact Tanya at: tanya.duthie@leisureandculturedundee.com    

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Edinburgh: A City of Reading
Date: 7 June 
Venue: Edinburgh City Art Centre
Details: Reading Communities: Connecting the Past and the Present is a 1-year AHRC-funded project based at The Open University. On 7 June 2016, the project team will be hosting a one-day event on the theme of ‘Edinburgh: A City of Reading’ at the Edinburgh City Art Centre. Activities will include a workshop on Edinburgh readers, past and present; a guided walking tour of the Edinburgh Writers' Museum; readings of short extracts from the works of Edinburgh writers, both famous and ordinary; and a public lecture on the changing nature of Edinburgh’s book and reading culture. The day will conclude with a drinks reception at the City Art Centre.
 
All events are free to attend. To register your interest, send inquiries to: readingcommunities@gmail.com or simply register and attend on the day.

 

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CILIP in Scotland Autumn Gathering

Date: October 20th 

Venue: Glasgow City Hotel

Booking and further details announced in summer. 

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