Lilac 2006

 
 
 
 
 
 
Welcome
Sponsors
Conference reports
Conference themes
Conference Programme
Keynote speakers

Delegate feedback 2006

Welcome to the Lilac 2006 website:

Lilac 2006 took place at the University of Leeds 27th-29th March 2006. Nearly 200 delegates attended, and the feedback we have received suggests that it was a terrific success. Our thanks must go to our keynote and parallel session presenters, creators of conference posters, and to our sponsors.

Sponsors:

This conference would not have been possible without the valuable support of our sponsors: KeyNote, eduserv, OVID, 2CQR, ibss, EBSCO Information Services, ANEATAPRINT, EDINA, SWETS, RefWorks, Ex Libris, Office Depot, CABI Publishing, Taylors of Harrogate, Spiral design & advertising, THOMSON GALE. 

Conference reports:
 
The Lilac conference committee were proud to sponsor Clare Pike and Jan Horrell to attend the conference in 2006.  
Read Clare Pike's conference report. (pdf format)
Read Jan Horrell's conference report. (pdf format)
 
Sponsored delegates Lilac 2006

Conference themes:

Embedding and enriching 
Information Literacy and citizenship
New areas of practice and research
Practical approaches to Information Literacy
Staff development and Information Literacy
Strategic approaches to Information Literacy


Conference Programme: 

Full conference programme
 

Delegate feedback 2006

Keynote speakers:

Lynne Brindley
Chief Executive of The British Library

Lynne Brindley

Biography of Lynne Brindley
A world of contrasts: information literacy in the digital world: Power Point presentation 

Peter Brophy
Director of the
Centre for Research in Library & Information Management,
Manchester Metropolitan University


Peter Brophy


Biography of Peter Brophy
Information Literacy: research perspectives: Power Point presentation

Professor Philip Candy
Director of Education, Training and Development,
NHS Connecting for Health 

Philip Candy

Biography of Philip Candy 
Running amock with a chainsaw: A personal perspective on Information Literacy (in three acts): Power Point presentation 

Jonathan Douglas
Head of Learning and Access at the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council (MLA)


Jonathan Douglas


Biography of Jonathan Douglas
French Military Victories? Power Point presentation


Professor Dorothy Williams
Dept. of Information Management
Aberdeen Business School
The Robert Gordon University


Dorothy Williams

Biography of Dorothy Williams 
Libraries supporting learners - really? Power Point presentation

Updated: 18 May 2007