Call for papers

Creating Knowledge highlights current topics in information literacy and learning in higher education.
  • Decision letters have been sent to submitters.
  • Concerence program to be announced in March
  • The submission deadline was November 20th.
  • We announced the accepted submissions January 20th (2021)  January 27th (2021).

CK2021 is going to be a fully digital conference.
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Topics include, but are not limited to:
  • Academic formation/Bildung
  • Information literacy and citizenship
  • Information literacy for different educational stages
  • Information literacy for international students
  • Information literacy frameworks
  • Learning strategies
  • Library-faculty collaboration
  • Lifelong learning
  • Open science and information literacy
  • Plagiarism
  • Source discernment
  • Teaching information literacy online
  • 21st century skills
  • 25 minute presentations, including time for questions. These are reports on projects, studies, or best practices that you want to share.
  • 55 minute round table discussions. These are structured discussion sessions on relevant topics and/or challenging issues. As a round table leader you are expected to present the topic, lead the discussion, and facilitate participation.
  • 25 minute project dating. Pitch your project ideas, get feedback, and meet potential collaborators.
  • PechaKucha. These are brief, engaging, and visual stories adhering to a specific format (6min 40sec, 20 slides).
  • Length: Max. 300 words excluding references.
  • File format: Upload your abstract as a .docx or .pdf file, and please include authors and title in your abstract file.
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