A French national network launched by its 2018 annual conference : Information Literacy Skills Developers and Trainers

SWIATEK, Cécile and PERRIN, Charlene (2018) A French national network launched by its 2018 annual conference : Information Literacy Skills Developers and Trainers. Paper presented at: IFLA WLIC 2018 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – Transform Libraries, Transform Societies in Session 153 - Poster Session.

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A French national network launched by its 2018 annual conference : Information Literacy Skills Developers and Trainers

The ADBU, the French association of directors and senior staff in university and research libraries, partnering with the Paris Information literacy trainers WG and the Conservatoire national des Arts et Metiers (Cnam) Library, gave life in January 2018 to a French national network dedicated to Information Literacy Skills Developers and Trainers in Academic Libraries. This network was set up through a two-days national conference, where trainer librarians from all academic backgrounds gathered, bringing together more than 60 institutions. An annual "Rendez-vous" between information literacy library staff trainers involved in users training was launched. These annual conferences are both study-days and practical workshops days : they foster best practices sharing, and social training. They are inclusive, since they are intended for all users training personnel in the library. They do target library staff but are widely open to Higher Education pedagogical engineers, information literacy teachers, IT staff.

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