An Information Literacy Framework for Wales

Our first event to investigate a cross-sectoral information literacy framework for Wales took place this week on Monday and Tuesday at Gregynog. Delegates came from HE, FE, public and school library services, and included other interested stakeholders such as DCELLS and CyMAL.

The conference was a great success – thanks to the excellent speakers and hard work from all the delegates!

To read a good report of the event, and a summary of the presentations, have a look at Karl’s blog post for RSC Wales: http://blogs.rsc-wales.ac.uk/lr/2009/12/01/an-information-literacy-framework-for-wales/

Much more information to follow – and, if you work in a library anywhere in Wales, you will have a chance to be involved!

Pictured left is Huw Evans, Head of Advice and Support at CyMAL, delivering the opening presentation of the event.

Pictured right is John Crawford, sharing experiences of the Scottish Information Literacy Project.

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