DELILA Dissemination event: One day event for developers of information and digital literacy teaching and learning material
26th July 2011
Are you a librarian/learning technologist?
Do you create learning material to help you/others teach information literacy skills?
Are you interested in making your material completely freely available?
Then this event could be for you!
OERs (Open Educational Resources) are a growing area of interest, both in the UK and internationally, and a community of practice for librarians and educational technologists to share ideas and resources in re-using and re-purposing information literacy learning objects has emerged. The DELILA Dissemination event will be a day of talks and a workshop to exchange ideas and good practice and to experiment with existing information literacy and digital literacy OERs.
The workshop section of the day will give you a chance to work with others and investigate existing OERs and the steps taken to create them. There will also be a poster session to promote existing OER projects etc, so bring a poster with you to showcase if you have something to do with OERs you would like to promote.
The DELILA Dissemination event is being run by DELILA (Delivering Educators’ Learning and Information Literacy for Accreditation), a JISC/HEA funded project looking at turning existing learning objects into OERs and embedding them in existing PGCerts and is sponsored by the Centre for Distance Education at University of London. More information can be found at https://delilaopen.wordpress.com/.
Outline of the day
10.30am Registration and coffee
10.50am Welcome from Ruth Stubbings (Loughborough University) and introduction to the day
11am Jane Secker (LSE) – ‘Why, why, why DELILA?’
11.30am Jane Hughes (UCL) – ‘CPD4HE: Digital Literacies in disciplinary learning & teaching’
12pm Ella Mitchell and Cathy Walsh (University of East London) – ‘Introduction to InfoSkills’
12.30pm Lunch and poster session
1.15pm Elizabeth Cleaver (UoB/Newman College) and Claire Gordon (LSE) – ‘OERs : A PGCert Perspective’
1.45pm Hands-on workshop
2.45pm Panel discussion – ‘Is it feasible to share IL?’
3.15pm Closing comments
To book a place, please send the following information to Tom Inkelaar Tom.Inkelaar@london.ac.uk by 1st July 2011.
**Please note that, although this is a free event, if you book a place and do not attend without letting us know in advance then you will be invoiced £25 to cover administration costs.**
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This event will, hopefully, be the first of many more. So, if you can’t attend, or if the event is over subscribed, please let us know if you would be interested in attending a similar event in the future.