The Department of Information Studies, University of Sheffield, is holding a free half-day event on information literacy research, featuring speakers from The Department plus a visiting speaker: Dr Christine Bruce, Associate Professor, Faculty of Information Technology, Queensland University of Technology, Australia.
When Friday 30th March 2007. Registration from 1.15, programme starts at 1.40 and ends at 4.15.
Where Regent Court, Portobello Street, University of Sheffield
What Programme consists of: Introduction ( Professor Sheila Corrall, University of Sheffield); Guest keynote: Information literacy: models from research (Dr Christine Bruce); Information Literacy research in the Department of Information Studies, and the UK research agenda ( Sheila Webber and Nigel Ford); Conceptions of information literacy of UK Chemistry and English academics (Sheila Webber, University of Sheffield, and Bill Johnston, University of Strathclyde); Mining of search activity data to support information literacy (Professor Nigel Ford and Dr Andrew Madden, University of Sheffield). There will be opportunities for questions and discussion.
How much Free, but please register
How to register: Email Ms Phussadee Dokphrom at firstname.lastname@example.org
More information at http://dis.shef.ac.uk/sheila/march30.html
Photo by Sheila Webber: Spring/winter, Weston Park, Sheffield, March 2007.