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CENSORED!

One of the things that is very important to me as a Librarian is the profession’s commitment to impartiality (LAI Code of Professional Practice) and Intellectual Freedom (IFLA Statement on Libraries and Intellectual Freedom). Providing access to information and equipping

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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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Posted in Information and Digital Literacy

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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Preparing and delivering a Pecha Kucha – a reflection

 A short reflection on my experience of presenting a Pecha Kucha at the International Federation of Library Association’s Satellite Meeting on Information Literacy in Limerick, August 2014. In January or February when I saw the call for submissions for the

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