Thursday, January 17, 2013

Talk: digital and information literacy strategy at Cardiff University

Jane Secker has announced that the next London School of Economics (LSE) NetworkED seminar will be held on Wednesday 6 February at 2.30pm UK time (in London, UK). The presenters are Cathie Jackson, Joe Nicholls and Janet Finlay, talking about the development and implementation of a digital and information literacy strategy at Cardiff University.
If people external to LSE would like to attend in person, they should contact and she will send joining instructions. They intend to live stream the event: to watch the seminar online visit the event webpage at 2.30pm UK time on Wednesday 6 February (no booking needed; the recording will be mounted after the event). Follow the event in Twitter using #LSENetEd
You can see recordings of the earlier sessions o n the site too: Dr Jane Secker & Dr Emma Coonan "Supporting undergraduate students of the future: developing a new curriculum for information literacy"; Prof John Naughton "What do people really need to know about the Internet."; Prof Martin Weller "10 Digital Scholarship lessons in 10 videos"; David White "I knew that the internet wouldn't give me a wrong answer"; Patrick Dunleavy "The Republic of Blogs - a new phase in the development, democratisation, critique and application of knowledge"; Diana Laurillard; "Teaching as a design science: developing reliable knowledge of learning technology"; Carl Miller "The Literacy Challenge of the digital age"
Go to the website:

Photo by Sheila Webber: sun in Hellingly woods, photoshopped, January 2013

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