The 12-th International Scientific Conference «Management of university libraries», devoted to the 90th anniversary of the Fundamental Library of Belarusian State University (Minsk, 12 - 14 October 2011) Theme 2011: "The Role of the University Library in creating an information culture specialist of the XXI century"
NLB Academy (NLBA) was set up as a learning academy in April 2005 to offer continuous learning and development of NLB staff and to develop independent and competent information-seeking skills for our clients. NLBA offers total training solutions for individuals as well as corporate clients to foster knowledge-creation for information seekers. A combination of classroom learning and e-learning approaches can be adopted to meet your training requirement.
Is one organization which has made significant contributions through its INTERNET traveling workshops in the region which aimed at training librarians for effective use of the Librarians in the effective use of the INERNET for teaching learning and research purposes thus making a positive contribution to both African universities Libraries and Public libraries towards equipping those to take responsibility in IL programs. Materials on all training programs are available for downloading from the INASP website.
QULOC is a collaborative organisation which provides a framework for information exchange, best practice development, cooperative activities and the promotion of common interests which support the teaching, learning and research needs of member institutions. Membership comprises twelve university libraries from Queensland, New South Wales and the Northern Territory, plus the State Library of Queensland. QULOC supports a number of working groups on areas relevant to academic libraries, including the QULOC Information Skills and Services Working Party, a sub-group with carriage of information literacy.
Wikimedia Germany gives talks, workshops and information material about Wikipedia and other Wikimedia-Wikis to help students, scientists, and other people to judge and use the information in free Wikis.
We welcome faculty, students, and organizations within and outside of Syracuse University who wish to work with us on CDL projects and activities.
The SCONUL WGIL started life as the Information Skills Group. It developed the SCONUL 7 Pillars model of information literacy in 1999 which is widely used. It has organised events and produced publications. Current remit includes: Develop, refine and promote the concept and SCONUL model of information literacy within the higher education sector; Ensure that the role of information literacy in learning and teaching, research, and organisational enhancement is communicated effectively and understood by the wider educational professional groups in Higher Education; Work collaboratively with other groups (both within and outside SCONUL) and organisations to stimulate strategies and the development of underpinning pedagogies relating to information use in HE
This summerschool is number 5 organized in a Nordic country. The local planning group includes representatives from Stockholm City Library, the Library of Karolinska institutet, Vä¸³j?iversity Library and Stockholm University Library. The focus of the summer school is on library specific methods and different perspectives of information literacy. Learning among adults, pedagogical conversations, students as peer educators, learning environments are also included in the programme.
ALIA is composed of many individuals and organisations, and we have links with many others.
Este sitio web, contiene ponencias relevantes sobre el area de la bibliotecología, bibliotecas generales de investigación, bibliotecas especializadas, gestión y tecnología, educación e investigación y actividades regionales.
Within America's information society, the potential exists to address many long-standing social and economic inequities. To reap such benefits, people - as individuals, and as a nation - must be information literate. The Forum's work is intended to empower member organizations with ideas and resources to promote information literacy among their memberships and constituents, both here and abroad.
Information Science Today is a voluntary organization . It has a number of plans to develop information system, and to cooperate with the libraries, information centers and the library organizations around the world. Definitely these tasks are not so easy at all. We need your utmost help in this regard. We request you to sponsor this voluntary organization to make this site a great one and to take different initiative in the development of information . Sponsor may be a international organization in the field of education or foundation help in promoting educational activities. Information Science Today will gradually take different types of dynamic efforts to make our field a better one specially in the 3rd world countries. Information system has promoted a lot in the developed countries, so its our responsibility to develop it in the 3rd world countries. Let's be a part of this achievement , contribute generously and develop use of information in every field .
Description of the High School Information Literacy Program at Neveh Channah High School based on the BIG 6 Model (Eisenberg and Berkowitz). Contains lessons, projects, links, articles and other resources.