Thursday, September 15, 2016

Infolit at LIASA 2016

The 17th LIASA (Library and Information Association of South Africa) Annual Conference takes place at Durban International Convention Centre, Kwa-Zulu Natal, South Africa, on 10 – 14 October 2016. There is a draft programme available, and it includes two sessions specifically focusing on information literacy. The second of them is entitled: Information Literacy a broader perspective, with the papers:
- Ms Pam Mavume, Mr Sidima Mnengi The effective role played by the library towards realising academic research priorities of Problem Based Learning (PBL) and Community Based Education (CBE): the case of Walter Sisulu University Health Sciences Library
- Dr Samuel Mojapelo (Re)thinking and (Re)positioning library programmes and services in public high schools in Limpopo Province
- Mr Darlington Musemburi and Mr Collen Nhendo Information literacy in Zimbabwean public libraries: towards information literate communities
- Dr Thomas Matingwina An integrated framework for disseminating health information to students
Photo by Sheila webber (taken in Second Life): rose in the window

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