Based on International Research which shows that the quality of students’ learning outcomes is greatly enhanced by effective school libraries, ENSIL promotes the basic principle that all learners in each country of Europe are entitled to quality school library/media centers and services, run by a professional and accredited school librarian/ information specialist. ENSIL tries to reach its goal by: • Research on and dissemination of information on school libraries and the profession of school librarians • Advocacy for school libraries and the profession of school librarianship • Communication among professionals in the field of school librarianship • Promoting professional development of school librarians
The UN-Alliance of Civilizations Media Literacy Education clearinghouse is conceived as a participatory global repository of information, resources, and good practices relevant to Media Literacy Education, Media Education Policy and Youth Media, this clearinghouse encourages the user�
The Scottish Information Literacy Project works with partners in primary and secondary education, further and higher education, the workplace and adult literacies to promote understanding and use of information literacy in all these sectors to help to create an information literate Scotland. The Project works with relevant agencies and undertakes advocacy work.
We are the leading professional body for librarians, information specialists and knowledge managers. There are up to 23,000 CILIP members working in all sectors, including: business and industry science and technology further and higher education schools local and central government the health service the voluntary sector national and public libraries
This year it will continue to promote the library's role in developing information literacy, continuing involvement with the National Information Literacy Coalition, strategy planning for integration of information literacy into various sectors, and participation in relevant conferences. Communication includes a quarterly newsletter and the annual online forum. The planning committee meet bi-monthly via teleconference.
The specific purpose of the thematic debate was to consult with researchers and other experts in the field of information literacy, both within UNESCO and within our constituent stakeholders, to identify the particular contribution that the Information for All Programme can make in helping to ensure all peoples have the opportunity to become information literate.
The Institute will work in collaboration with a range of national and international organisations, forums and groups to complement their existing information literacy aims, objectives and initiatives.
An international workshop to promote information literacy in South and South East Asia is presently being held at the Punjabi University, in Patiala, India, with the supportof UNESCO and other partners.