CILN is here!

The first official meeting of the Cambridge Information Literacy Network (CILN for short) took place in the first week of February. Over the next few months, more than ficropped-ciln4.jpgfty staff from across the entire Cambridge library community will be participating in a range of collaborative projects related to information literacy and, in particular, the new Cambridge Information Literacy Framework (more about that soon…)

These projects are wide-ranging and ambitious and include:

  • mapping learning outcomes to the framework
  • mapping student competencies
  • understanding induction and orientation in Cambridge libraries
  • professional skills
  • delivery of online teaching and tutorials
  • a forum bringing together library staff from across the country
  • the development of online resources related to information literacy and academic skills to support taught postgraduate and undergraduate transition to university and, particularly, to Cambridge

Follow us on Twitter for more updates, or better yet, get in touch with someone from the Project Team and get involved!

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