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Programme

Wednesday, 7th of November

20:00 Informal come together in the wine bar "Zum Guten Hirten", Zollernstrasse 8, phone +49-7531-284318 in the old town of Konstanz (map).


Thursday, 8th of November

The whole workshop takes place in room V1001.


9:00 Brigitte Rockstroh (University of Konstanz, Vice rector for general affairs) and Petra Hätscher (University of Konstanz, Library, Director): Welcome address

 

9:15 Concepts and fundamentals I

Chair: Rosie Jones (Manchester Metropolitan University)

Susie Andretta (London Metropolitan University): Everyone can be an ‘advanced’ learner with information literacy (presentation as .pdf)

Patricia Davitt Maughan (University of California, Berkeley): From theory to practice: Insights into faculty learning from the Mellon Library/Faculty Fellowship for Undergraduate Research (presentation as .pdf)

Discussion

 

10:15 Coffee break

 

10:30 Concepts and fundamentals II

Chair: Rosie Jones (Manchester Metropolitan University)

Thomas Hapke (Hamburg University of Technology): Between Dewey and Dewey: Information literacy in Germany between a librarians' and a more holistic view (presentation as .pdf)

Alexis Smith Macklin, F. Bartow Culp (Purdue University): Reaching graduate students: A community of practice for teaching ICT literacy (presentation as .pdf)

Nadja Böller (University of Applied Sciences HTW Chur): Collaborative design of ontologies: Theory, opportunities and convenient applications (presentation as .pdf)

Discussion

 

12:00 Lunch break in the university cafeteria (floor K7)

 

13:15 Empirical studies

Chair: Benjamin Bowman (Max Planck Society)

Carol Leibiger (University of South Dakota), Will Schweinle (Boise State University): The South Dakota Information Literacy Exam: A tool for universities to document and assess information literacy of graduate and undergraduate students (presentation as .pdf)

Susanne Mühlbacher (University of Regensburg): Workplace information literacy in the scientific field: An empirical analysis using the semantic differential approach (presentation as .pdf)

Discussion

 

14:30 Coffee break

 

15:00 Teaching and services

Chair: Benjamin Bowman (Max Planck Society)

Oliver Kohl-Frey (University of Konstanz): Information literacy for graduate and postgraduate students: Experiences from the University of Konstanz (presentation as .pdf)

Mary Harrison (Manchester Metropolitan University): Two roads, a single destination: Supporting the IL skills needs of advanced users at the Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) (presentation as .pdf)

Hannah Gascho Rempel (Oregon State University): Providing information literacy instruction to graduate students: Literature review workshops (presentation as .pdf)

Discussion


18:15 Guided tour through the old town of Konstanz. The tour starts at the harbour clock.

20:00 Lunch at the Hafenhalle, Hafenstrasse 10, phone +49-7531-21126 (Map). The lunch is kindly supported by RefWorks.

 

Friday, 9th of November

9:00 eLearning

Chair: Bernd Schmid-Ruhe (University of Konstanz)

Debbi Boden (Imperial College London): Gaining a PILOT’s licence: Supporting researchers at Imperial College London through the Postdoctoral Information Literacy Online Tutorial (presentation as .pdf)

Nicole Krüger (German National Library of Economics): EconDesk: Getting the content of need at the point of need (presentation as .pdf)

Aaron Maierhofer (RefWorks): RefWorks: A new vehicle for information literacy (presentation as .pdf)

Discussion

 

10:40 Coffee break

 

11:00 New technology

Chair: Bernd Schmid-Ruhe (University of Konstanz)

Sheila Weir (U.S. Consulate General, Frankfurt): Information literacy at work: Simple tools for knowledge sharing (presentation as .pdf)

Sheila Webber (University of Sheffield): Information literacy education for masters students (presentation as .pdf)

Discussion

 

Farewell


14:15 Guided tour through the library. The tour starts at the reference desk ("Information").


[Short version of the programme as .pdf]

 

Letzte Aktualisierung: 14.04.2008