Monday, 9 August 2010

Briefing for the Sunday session

You can read here the briefing for the Sunday session at the IFLA pre-conference meeting: The aims were
"To reflect on the context of the people you engage with for information literacy;
"To identify what you do, and do not, know about their context and their information literacy concepts and needs."
By the end of the day, each group produced a poster mapping out contexts and issues for information literacy.
We will put pictures of all six posters on the blog, but in the meantime here is a picture of one group creating their poster.

1 comment:

  1. I really enjoyed yesterday's session; it was really well structured and kickstarted our brains into thinking all manner of information literacy related questions.

    My Group (pictured) discussed the groups of users we serve, barriers we encounter, and some of the tools we use as information literacy providers.

    We ended up with a very colourful poster; I look forward to presenting it to others today and I especially to see what the other Groups came out with.

    Now getting ready for today's session.