The call for papers for the LILAC 2012 conference is open. This is the major information literacy conference in the UK, and it will take place 11-13 April 2012 in Glasgow, Scotland. The call for papers will close at 5pm on 11th November.
The themes are: IL and the digital future; IL research; Supporting the research community; Transitions: from School through to Higher Education; IL and employability; Active learning and creative pedagogical approaches.
Proposals can be for: short or long papers, symposia, Teachmeet presentations, posters.
More detail at http://lilacconference.com/WP/call-for-papers/
Photo by Sheila Webber: the "colour of information literacy" using http://thecolorof.com/#find, which searches for images on Flickr and layers them one on top of the other to get the picture. Most pictures end up redder than this. I'm not sure exactly how it finds the images: I don't think it can be using the tags, as it found only a few on a tag I've used with hundreds of Flickr images; it looks like it goes on title.