Claire Sewell set up a padlet related to the presentation at LILAC 2018 on librarians' role in developing (in an academic context) scholarly communications literacy. The padlet sets up the questions "1. What does the term scholarly communication literacy mean to you? 2. What do librarians want/need to know about this landscape? How can we help you get the knowledge to do you jobs? 3. How can we do this? What format would you want training to take? Do we need another framework? Is there a better way?". There are numerous responses already on the padlet. If you login in to Padlet (which, by the way, I find a useful tool in teaching in class and online) you can add your thoughts. The padlet is here https://padlet.com/ces43/zruxq8rksdp5 Photo by Sheila Webber: Coffee at Bill's, Lewes, uly 2018: for me scholarly communications literacy includes having productive discussions about research writing over coffee.