Events and publications

Forthcoming  and previous events

September 2011

Jane Secker. 9th September 2011. Presentation on DELILA project to staff at Glasgow Caledonian University.

August 2011

Catherine Robertson and Liz Cleaver. (August 2011) Why, why, why DELILA. All Ireland Society for Higher Education. (AISHE) conference.

July 2010

DELILA Dissemination Workshop. 26th July 2011. Senate House, University of London. 10.30-3.30pm. DELILA Dissemination Event

Jane Secker. 13th July 2011. Proving the value of digital and information literacy in higher education through Project DELILA. LSE Impact Blog:

June 2011

Ann-Marie James and Jill Russell (20 June 2011). DELILA Overview. Library Services Best Practice Session, University of Birmingham

Ann-Marie James (27 June 2011). Why, why, why DELILA? University of Birmingham Teaching and Learning Conference.

May 2011

Researching Information Literacy: theory and practice. Lecture at iSchool, University of Sheffield. Jane Secker. 19th May 2011. Available on Slideshare

Why, why, why DELILA? Releasing information and digital literacy content to support trainee teachers in higher education. (May 2011) Catherine Robertson. Presenting at OER 11.

April 2011
Why, why why, DELILA – presentation at LILAC 2011
. Catherine Robertson and Maria Bell.  Further details and abstract from the LILAC 2011  website.

December 2010
DELILA: information literacy and open educational resources. Jane Secker. Lecture given at Department of Information Studies, Aberystwyth University. Slides available.


Robertson, C. (2011) Breaking down the door to OERs – DELILA. JIME. Forthcoming

Anderson, L. (2011) DELILA – Embedding Digital and Information Literacy OERs into the PG Cert. Journal of Information Literacy 5(1) pp95-98

Anderson, L. (2011) DELILA: Sharing Information and Digital Literacy Resources. ALISS Quarterly 6(3) p3-5.


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