There are still a few places available on the workshop which Jane Secker and I are organising at LSE on 3 July 2008.
SCONUL Working Group for Information Literacy in conjunction with CILIP CSG Information Literacy group and LSE Centre for Learning Technology
Thursday 3rd July, Room H102 (and S169), London School of Economics, Connaught House
10.00 - 4.15 pm
10am onwards: Registration & Coffee (in H102)
10:30 Information literacy and Library 2.0 (PG and JS) (H102)
An overview covering recent practice using blogs, RSS feeds, podcasts and social networking.
Followed by time for discussion
11.05 Room transfer to S169 / Distribute computer logins
11.15 RSS and reading blogs (KR and JS) (S169)
Workshop session to explore how RSS connects you to blogs and can revolutionise your communication.
12:00 Creating a blog and best practice (ML) (S169)
Workshop session helping you to get started and tips for using them in your Information Literacy interventions.
12:45 Buffet Lunch (H102)
13:45 Wikipedia and information literacy (PG) (H102)
Creative ways of using Wikipedia in your teaching.
14:30 You tube / Flickr and Slideshare (PG +JS ) (S169)
Workshop session on good practice in the use of these visual Web 2.0 tools in your teaching and CPD.
15:15 Social bookmarking (PG +JS) (S169)
Workshop session on using del.icio.us for your own bookmarks and your teaching.
16.15 Session closes
To book a place contact Peter Godwin (firstname.lastname@example.org) for the Booking form. The event costs £30 including lunch and refreshments. Bookings are on a first come, first served basis.