Monthly Archives: August 2011

Reflections on the DELILA workshop

This is a guest post by Ian McCracken, Information Consultation who worked in Govan High School, Glasgow for many years first as school librarian, then more widely in skills development, making connections between information literacy and wider skills development. Ian … Continue reading

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DELILA goes to Glasgow

I’m pleased to announce that a DELILA will be involved in a half day training event hosted by Glasgow Caledonian University Library on Friday 9th September 2011. More details below including booking information, if you’d like to attend the event. … Continue reading

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It’s all about quality

The DELILA team have spent quite a bit of time discussing quality issues and recently finished Work Package 8 the Quality Control and Evaluation Report. One of the questions that troubled us was the role of peer review and OERs. … Continue reading

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The end is near….

The DELILA project is now into its final month and the team had their last Steering Group meeting last Friday. Colleagues from Birmingham came to LSE and we tied up a number of loose ends. LSE now have a repository … Continue reading

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DELILA workshop: resources online

Many thanks to the Centre for Distance Education at the University of London who hosted our DELILA workshop last week. They have now made the presentations and audio recordings available from their website. For anyone who didn’t manage to attend … Continue reading

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