Tuesday, January 05, 2021

Webinar: Intercultural perspectives on information literacy

An online conference takes place January 30 2021 9.00-15.15 CET (which is, e.g., 8.00-14.15 UK time) on the transnational project Intercultural perspectives on information literacy on January 30, 2021, with [particular input from collaborative Indian-German groups. The project involves the University of Hildesheim and the Symbiosis College of Arts and Commerce in Pune and its website is here https://ipil.blog.uni-hildesheim.de The programme includes 

Information behaviour in Corona times (Student session 1: Information behaviour) 
'What I believe is surely true.' How to correct cognitive errors to promote an open mind.
" (Student session 1: Information behaviour) 
The Role of Metaliteracy in Designing Open Learning Initiatives
Thomas P. Mackey & Trudi E. Jacobson, State University of New York, USA 
Impact of pandemic on education sector
(Student session 2: Education) 
How to cultivate information literacy in rural environments
(Student session 2: Education)
Workshop: Cultural aspects of information literacy 

To participate, e-mail theresia.woltermann (at) uni-hildesheim.de by January 23, 2021. More information at http://ipil.blog.uni-hildesheim.de/registration

Photo by Sheila Webber: wreaths of South London, December 2020 

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