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[InetBib] Learning Information Literacy across the Globe (LILG 2019), DIPF, Frankfurt am Main, 10th of May 2019
- Date: Fri, 22 Mar 2019 09:26:10 +0100
- From: Thomas Mandl via InetBib <inetbib@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: [InetBib] Learning Information Literacy across the Globe (LILG 2019), DIPF, Frankfurt am Main, 10th of May 2019
Call for participation:
Learning Information Literacy across the Globe (LILG 2019)
DIPF, Frankfurt am Main, 10th of May 2019
Your are invited to participate to the inter-disciplinary conference
between information-science, education-technology and psychology.
Registration is open and guaranteed till the end of March. It is done at
The programme is made of three keynotes:
* Jannica Heinstrom on flow and stigma in everyday information
mastering of youth
* Jan Schneider on supporting the learning process with interactive
* Stefan Dreisiebner introducing the ILO-MOOC
and eight full papers have been accepted:
* Trudi Jacobson, Thomas Mackey and Kelsey O'Brien, Developing
Metaliterate Citizens: Designing and Delivering Enhanced Global
* Andrew Whitworth and Lee Webster, Digital and information literacy
as discursive mapping of an information landscape
* Angela Fessl, Sabine Barthold, Ilija Simic and Viktoria
Pammer-Schindler, Concept and development of an Information Literacy
* Shirley Chiu-Wing Wong and Johnny Yuen The InfoLit Project
(2015-18): A collaboration among eight university libraries in Hong Kong
* Stefan Jongen, Jaro Pichel, Frederike Vernimmen-de Jong and Harm
Hospers, Analysing Informed Learning at Maastricht University
* Helena Keck and Tamara Heck, Improving tagging literacy to enhance
metadata and retrieval for open educational resources
* Dennis Kim-Prieto, Wither Information Literacy?
* Paul Libbrecht, Stefan Dreisiebner, Björn Buchal and Anna Polzer,
Creating a Multilingual MOOC Content for Information Literacy: A
Registration is open on the website
https://informationliteracy.eu/conference/#registration and runs through
easychair. Please see the website for travelling advice to Frankfurt.
The conference is financed thanks to the ILO EU project which makes it
possible that the registration is free.
We look forward to meeting you in Frankfurt on May 10th!
Listeninformationen unter http://www.inetbib.de.