IFLA World Library and Information Conference in Helsinki, Finland. Next up is Information literacy interconnections using a virtual learning environments from David Loertscher and Blanche Woolls.
They started by giving a glimpse of their long experience in teaching, and outlined the value of a constructivist approach to networked learning. They described an approach based on learner's individual portfolios, using tools on the cloud, so students construct their own learning. Activities would include researching and teaching other learners about topics (rather than being told by teh teacher). They gave the example of using Google tools such as docs, powerpoint collaboratively during learning and teaching. They provided a link to a site where they have a template: http://www.schoollearningcommons.info/the-virtual-learning-commons.
The full paper (with useful links) is at Information literacy interconnections using a virtual learning environments DAVID V. LOERTSCHER and BLANCHE WOOLLS (San Jose State University, San Jose, California, USA). There was also a website - but I can't get the url to work at the moment so I'll add it later.