Friday

Preliminary program

Time
Friday
08.30-
09.00
Coffee
09.00-
10.00

Keynote

Frames, models and definitions:
Rethinking information literacy for the digital age

Jane Secker 
10.30-
11.25
Parallel round table & project dating session
(Choose one session A-H)
A
B
How to create and develop writing centres:
Challenges and experiences on collaboration and pedagogical development within three Norwegians writing centres in Higher Education

Ingrid Galtung,
Cathinka Dahl Hambro,

& Solveig Kavli

 Blended learning, Active Learning Classroom and information literacy in higher military education

Anna-Karin Larsson,
Sonja Gullberg,
& Malin Ekstrand

C
D
Threshold Concepts:
A possible framework for teaching Information Literacy?

Veronica Alfredsson,
Tobias Pernler,
& Frida Wählström

Creating a Cross-disciplinary Hub for
Active Student Learning in the Library:
The Card Game

Key Newton & Johan Newell

E
F
Becoming and belonging in interdisciplinary PhD research
– supervising across boundaries

Eystein Gullbekk

Information literacy in the humanities:
Engaging students with primary sources and cultural heritage material.

Karin Pettersson &
Anna Svensson

G
H
Source discernment – the root of all information literacy?

Maria Unger &
Mittit Zisser

Journal Clubs

Elin Opheim &
Cecilia Black Fylking

10.30-
11.50
Parallel sessions
TRACK A
TRACK B
Development and validation of the Open Test of Information Literacy with a Higher Education add-on (OTIL-HE)

Helena Hollis, Marina Rachitskiy
& Leslie van der Leer

 Teaching Copyright Literacy in University Contexts – Preconditions, challenges and prospects

Charlotte Högberg

New tools for assessing information literacy: Knowing, feeling and doing

Ellen Nierenberg, Torstein Låg
& Tove Irene Dahl

Creating a copyright literacy strategy – a collaboration between library and academic staff

Chris Morrison

12.30-
13.30
Lunch
13.30-
14.30

Keynote

Academic ghosts and urban legends in the digital era
Ole Bjørn Rekdal 
14.30-
15.00
Coffee
15.00-
16.30
Parallel sessions
TRACK A
TRACK B
The mapping of information landscapes as a tool to develop IL

Andrew Whitworth

”Into the great wide open” – Integrating open science and research into information literacy teaching at Tampere University Library

Mervi Miettinen

A study of bachelor students experiences of cooperative learning on Campus at NTNU

Hilde Kaalvik

Resourcing the Information Literacy Space

Angela Feekery

Strengthening students’ academic digital competencies through development of learning patterns – a Danish national project (STAK)

Helle Brink, Charlotte Wind, Ulla Buch Nilson,
Dorthe Brauner Sejersen & Lisbeth Ramsgaard Carlsen

Re:Learn – creating an online course to facilitate collaborative learning on student information literacy

Marie-Louise Eriksson & Linda Borg

16.30-
17.00
Closing ceremony

Thursday
Friday