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SLARI February Conference 2011: Guiding Gullible Googlers!

Course Details:

Time:

9.30 a.m. - 3.00 p.m.

Booking and Further Information:

Enquiries welcome to secretary@slari.ie

Programme:

9:30 am  Registration
10:00 am More than Google: Developing information literacy skills in a library and curriculum context
11:15 am Coffee
11:45 am Read it and put it in your own words! A focus on note making/plagiarism
1:00 pm  Lunch
1:45 pm  Upskilling: Examining ways in which a range of skills can be developed through library policies and practices
3:00 pm   Conference closes

 

Enquiries welcome to secretary@slari.ie

Trainer: Geoff Dubber

Geoff Dubber is a freelance consultant/trainer working with all and everyone in the UK and further afield to promote effective library use. He has 40+ years teaching, management, library and advisory/consultancy experience with schools, both secondary and primary. He is a former Chair of the School Library Association, and has served on the SLA Board and as Publications Co-ordinator for nearly two decades. He is author or co-author of many of the SLA’s Guidelines series, including those on information literacy, transition, running a book event, behaviour management, secondary library budgeting & secondary library policy. He occasionally writes and reviews for the School Librarian.

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Venues and Dates:

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Additional Notes:

Speaker: Geoff Dubber

Geoff Dubber is a freelance consultant/trainer working with all and everyone in the UK and further afield to promote effective library use. He has 40 years teaching, management, library and advisory/training experience with schools, both secondary and primary and other organizations.

Geoff was part of an Local Education Authority advisory team for seven years with firstly a problem solving and then an Information Literacy and library development brief, he is now Past Chair of the School Library Association, (2010-2012), and has served on the SLA Board and as Publications Co-ordinator for getting on for two decades.  He is author of many of the SLA's Guidelines series, including those on Information Literacy.