Monthly Archives: September 2014

Using Google forms for CPD and more

Have you used Google Forms yet? Are you like I was a couple of months ago: hearing about them everywhere and intending to take a closer look? Google Forms are a quick and easy way to create a very basic

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Developing as a Professional: Attaining a Library Association of Ireland (LAI) Award

Take a look at the details of this event that will include information on advancing your professional development and how you can get recognition for your efforts. It’s free of charge and certified by the Library Association of Ireland so

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Changing definitions of information literacy

There were many informative and inspiring presentations and workshops at last month’s IFLA Satellite Meeting on Information Literacy, but it was a round table discussion that probed the traditional definitions of IL that really sparked my curiosity and made me

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Presentation: Knowledge Management and Information Literacy

I recorded a version of my presentation from the IFLA Satellite Meeting on Information Literacy and uploaded it to Vimeo – learning a few new things about PowerPoint and converting audio files along the way. I didn’t keep this recording

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