I see that Peter Godwin has blogged the paper that he wrote for JISC with his views on the current state of Information Literacy.
Godwin, P (2009) Information Literacy sans frontieres. JISC. http://librariesofthefuture.jiscinvolve.org/
He produced it for the Libraries of the Future Campaign, whose blog is at http://librariesofthefuture.jiscinvolve.org/
2009/03/27/29/ and whose website is at http://www.jisc.ac.uk/whatwedo/
They organised the Libraries of the future event at Oxford University which I attended virtually, in Second Life. I must say I was a bit disappointed: some of the speakers seemed to have a "future" vision which was actuality already in some libraries, and there was rather an obsession with digitised content. I suppose the latter is explained by JISC's own focus on that, but I think the future of libraries and librarians is about more than content. There is material about the conference here
Photo by Sheila Webber: Inscription outside Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield, March 2009.