Conference Agenda

Overview and details of the sessions of this conference. Please select a date or location to show only sessions at that day or location. Please select a single session for detailed view (with abstracts and downloads if available).

Please note that all times are shown in the time zone of the conference. The current conference time is: 24th June 2024, 03:43:57pm CEST

 
 
Session Overview
Date: Monday, 09/Oct/2023
8:00am
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9:00am
R01: Registration
Location: Auditorium Maximum Registration Table (ground floor main hall)
9:00am
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10:00am
P00: Opening Session
Location: AM0: Main Aula A
10:00am
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11:00am
P01: Keynote Speech: Tim Gorichanaz
Location: AM0: Main Aula A
Chair: Serap Kurbanoğlu
 

A Compass for What Matters: Virtue Ethics and Information Literacy

Timothy Gorichanaz

College of Computing & Informatics, Drexel University, Philadephia, USA

11:00am
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1:00pm
PP01: Information experience
Location: AM1: Small Aula (ground floor)
Chair: Anna Mierzecka
 

Walking, Meeting Things, Tinkering with Objects and Materials, Being with Information: Some Experiences in Information Culture

Yolande Maury

Université de Lille, France



Information Mourning Among Retired Faculty Members

Paloma Korycińska

Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland



Information Experience of Emerging LIS Professionals during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Denis Kos

University of Zagreb, Croatia



Correlation between Film Criticism, Social Issues and Student Audience Reception

Zlatko Vidačković1, Nikša Sviličić2

1: MET, Zagreb, Croatia; 2: University North, Koprivnica, Croatia

PP02: Information behaviour
Location: AM2: Seminar Room (2nd floor)
Chair: Diane Mizrachi
 

Changes in Older Adult’s Attitudes and Use of Health Information and Communication Technology from 2019 to 2022

Ágústa Pálsdóttir

University of Iceland, Reykjavík, Iceland



Clicks, Queries, and Searches: Uncovering User Behavior through Transaction Log Analysis

Janice De Castro Peñaflor

De La Salle University, Manila, Philippines



The Information Literacy Practices of LGBTQ+ Students’ Self-Tracking: Attitudes to Data Collection, Data Privacy and Data Sharing

Pamela Ann McKinney1, Corin Peacock2, Andrew Cox1

1: University of Sheffield, UK; 2: Arts University Bournemouth, UK



Dictionary Literacy, Information Literacy, and Information Behaviour in the E-Environment

Theo JD Bothma, Ina Fourie

University of Pretoria, South Africa

BP01: IL & libraries experience
Location: AM3: Conference Room (2nd floor)
Chair: Konstantina Martzoukou
 

“The Most Instagrammable Library”. How to Increase the Library’s Impact on Instagram

Minna Suikka

University of Helsinki, Finland



The Academic Library Service Desk as a Pedagogical Tool

Liv Inger Lamøy, Astrid Kilvik

Norwegian University of Science and Technology, the University Library, Norway



Public Libraries Fighting Disinformation: An Analysis of Knowledge, Resources, and Actions of Portuguese Librarians

Tatiana Sanches1, Carlos Lopes2, Maria Luz Antunes3

1: UIDEF, Instituto de Educação, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal; 2: APPsyCI, Ispa-Instituto Universitário, Lisboa, Portugal; 3: Instituto Politécnico de Lisboa (ESTeSL), Portugal



Collaboration between Academics and Librarians at Aalto University Following Library Reorganisation in 2018

Tayo Nagasawa

Åbo Akademi University, Turku/Åbo, Finland

1:00pm
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2:00pm
LN01: Lunch
Location: AM4: Ground floor hall
2:00pm
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3:30pm
PP03: IL, higher education & professionals challenges
Location: AM1: Small Aula (ground floor)
Chair: Laura Saunders
 

Project Management Literacy for Librarians and Information Professionals. New Challenges in the European Union and Beyond

Zuza Wiorogórska

University of Warsaw, Poland



Instructors’ Perceptions of An Information Literacy-Centered Professional Development Workshop

Amanda L. Folk, Jane Hammons, Katie Blocksidge, Hanna Primeau

The Ohio State University, Columbus, USA



Perceptions of LIS Professionals on ACRL Framework: Understanding and Fostering Concepts, Skills and Attitudes in Academic Students

Tatiana Sanches1, Maria Luz Antunes2, Carlos Lopes3

1: UIDEF, Instituto de Educação, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal; 2: Instituto Politécnico de Lisboa (ESTeSL), Portugal; 3: APPsyCI, Ispa-Instituto Universitário, Lisboa, Portugal

PP04: IL measurement & research
Location: AM2: Seminar Room (2nd floor)
Chair: Mihaela Banek Zorica
 

Maturity Model as the Tool For Information/Data Literacy Assessment

Marek Nahotko

Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland



Research and Conclusions Regarding Using Problem-Based-Learning in Teaching

Angela Repanovici1, Manolis Koukourakis2

1: Transilvania University of Brasov, Romania; 2: University of Crete, Greece

PN01: Panel
Location: AM3: Conference Room (2nd floor)
 

Recognizing the Discipline of Information Literacy: Implications for Research and Practice

Clarence Maybee1, Karen Kaufmann2, Sheila Webber3, Bill Johnston4

1: Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA; 2: University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida, USA; 3: University of Sheffield, England, UK; 4: Formerly University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland, UK

3:30pm
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4:00pm
BK01: Coffee Break
Location: AM4: Ground floor hall
4:00pm
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5:30pm
PP05: Experiencing IL as a subdiscipline
Location: AM1: Small Aula (ground floor)
Chair: Sabina Barbara Cisek
 

Bridging Skills and Thresholds: Exploring Instructors’ Definitions of Information Literacy Using Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy

Amanda L. Folk, Katie Blocksidge, Jane Hammons, Hanna Primeau

The Ohio State University, Columbus, USA



What Shapes Our Trust in Scientific Information? A Review of Factors Influencing Perceived Scientificness and Credibility

Maria Henkel, Armin Jacob, Lennart Perrey

ZBW Leibniz Information Centre for Economics, Kiel, Germany



The Delphi Method in Information Literacy Research

Dijana Šobota

University of Zagreb, Croatia

BP02: Experiencing IL education
Location: AM2: Seminar Room (2nd floor)
Chair: Denis Kos
 

Shaping Online Digital Literacy Training for People with Low Digital Skills

Juliane Stiller, Violeta Trkulja, Anna-Julia Danisch

Grenzenlos Digital e.V., Berlin, Germany



The Impact of Teaching Digital Literacies and Open Practices

Jane Secker

City, University of London, UK



Durban University of Technology Student Experiences with Information Literacy Through Game-Based Learning

Patricia Badenhorst, Nontutuzelo Sogoni

Durban University of Technology, South Africa



An Innovative Learning Platform for Information Problem Solving

Peter Becker1, Jos van Helvoort2

1: The Hague University of Applied Sciences, Netherlands; 2: Self employed, Delft, Netherlands

PP06: IL, health and wellbeing after pandemic
Location: AM3: Conference Room (2nd floor)
Chair: Ágústa Pálsdóttir
 

A Bibliographic Mapping Study: Concepts and Their Relationships in Information Literacy before and after COVID 19 Pandemic

Buket Akkoyunlu1, Nihal Menzi Çetin2

1: Çankaya University, Ankara, Turkey; 2: Adana Alparslan Türkeş Science and Technology University, Turkey



The Age-Friendly Media and Information Literate City post COVID-19

Sheila Webber1, Bill Johnston2

1: University of Sheffield, UK; 2: Formerly University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland, UK

5:30pm
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7:00pm
W01: Welcome Reception
Location: AM-E: Exhibition Room
Date: Tuesday, 10/Oct/2023
8:00am
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9:00am
R02: Registration
Location: Campus Registration Table (ground floor main hall)
9:00am
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10:00am
P02: Invited Speech: Jenna Hartel
Location: C0: Room 0.102
Chair: Monika Krakowska
 

An Archipelago of Library and Information Science

Jenna Hartel

Faculty of Information, University of Toronto, Canada

10:00am
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10:30am
BK02: Coffee Break
Location: C10: Lounge Room (3rd floor)
10:30am
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1:00pm
PP07: IL, education & new technologies
Location: C1: Room 0.313
Chair: Yurdagül Ünal
 

Undergraduate Students’ Information Literacy in Relation to their ICT Proficiency and Psychological Characteristics

Danica Dolničar, Bojana Boh Podgornik

University of Ljubljana, Slovenia



The Relationship between Game Literacy and Information Literacy

Sheila Webber

University of Sheffield, UK



Visualizing Online Search Processes for Information Literacy Education

Luca Botturi1, Loredana Addimando1, Martin Hermida2, Chiara Beretta1

1: Scuola universitaria professionale della Svizzera italiana, Locarno, Switzerland; 2: Pädagogische Hochschule Schwyz, Switzerland



Information and Digital Literacies as Written Culture: The Case of a Digital Creative Writing Device

Béatrice Micheau

GERiiCO, Université de Lille, Villeneuve d’Ascq, France

PN02: Panel
Location: C2: Room 2.122/123
 

Information and Digital Literacy for Primary Education. Diagnosis of Needs and Challenges

Dora Sales1, Petros Kostagiolas3, Konstantina Martzoukou3, Stéphane Goldstein4, Sarah Pavey5, Noora Hirvonen6, Murat Saran7, İpek Şencan2

1: Universitat Jaume I, Castellón, Spain; 2: Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey; 3: Ionian University, Corfu, Greece; 4: InformAll CIC, London, UK; 5: SP4IL, London, UK; 6: University of Oulu, Finland; 7: Cankaya University, Ankara, Turkey

PP08: Data literacy
Location: C3: Room 0.310
Chair: Polona Vilar
 

Telling Data Stories, the Way Averroes Wrote His Commentaries – A Three-Level Approach to Facilitate Data-Driven Decision Making

René Schneider1, Vincent De Vevey2, Marielle Guirlet1, Laetizia Sabatini-Choqard1, Javier Lloret2

1: Haute Ecole de Gestion Geneva - HESSO, Switzerland; 2: Haute Ecole d'Art et Design Geneva - HESSO, Switzerland



Data Literacy in Public Libraries in Croatia: An Empirical Study

Radovan Vrana

University of Zagreb, Croatia



Abilities Needed for Evaluation and Use of Open Data Sources in Urban Planning Processes

Heidi Enwald1, Anna Suorsa1, Anna-Maija Multas1, Anelma Lammi2

1: Information Studies, University of Oulu, Finland; 2: Finnish Lung Health Association (FILHA), Helsinki, Finland



Who are Physicians Talking to on Social Media? Data Literacy and Visual Literacy of the Assumed Audience(s) of COVID-19 Vaccination Posts

Karolina Brylska

University of Warsaw, Poland

BP03: IL, higher education & LLL
Location: C4: Room 3.229
Chair: Fabian Franke
 

Innovative Information Literacy Support for Academic Students – We Got their Backs

Heidi Janina Troberg, Pia-Maria Niemitalo

University of Vaasa, Finland



Transfer Students, Transferring Skills: Continuing Library Information Literacy Among Students From College to University Environments

Andrew Denis Beman-Cavallaro

University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida, USA



How Do Instruction Librarians Continue Learning New Concepts and Skills throughout their Careers? Stories and Best Practices From North American Instruction Librarians

Hannah Gascho Rempel1, Jane Marie Nichols2

1: Rempel Oregon State University Corvallis, USA; 2: Oregon State University Corvallis, USA



Information Literacy Workshops from On-Site to Online – Lessons Learned

Riikka Sinisalo, Marja Talikka

LUT Academic Library, LUT University, Lahti, Finland

WK01: Workshop
Location: C5: Room 3.116
 

Disability Advocacy in Libraries: Developing Events for Accessibility

Daniel Ireton, Angie Brunk

Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, USA

1:00pm
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2:00pm
LN02: Lunch
Location: C10: Lounge Room (3rd floor)
2:00pm
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3:30pm
PP09: Artificial intelligence & IL
Location: C1: Room 0.313
Chair: Jos van Helvoort
 

Students’ Perceptions of Using Artificial Intelligence in Written Assignments – Is Information Literacy Still Needed?

Krista Lepik

University of Tartu, Estonia



Improving STEM Competences by Using Artificial Intelligence to Generate Video Games Based on Student Written Stories

Ivana Ogrizek Biškupić1, Mario Konecki2, Mladen Konecki2

1: Algebra University College, Zagreb, Croatia; 2: University of Zagreb, Croatia



Artificial Intelligence and Information Literacy: Hazards and Opportunities

Michael Ryne Flierl

Ohio State University Libraries, Columbus, USA

PP10: IL challenges & new paths
Location: C2: Room 2.122/123
Chair: Yolande Maury
 

Information Overload as a Burden and a Challenge. What Can We Learn for Information Literacy?

Małgorzata Kisilowska-Szurmińska

University of Warsaw, Poland



Teaching Students to Navigate Externalist and Internalist Approaches in the History of Science

Jean-Pierre V. M. Hérubel, Clarence Maybee

Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA



Challenges to Information Literacy Online Learning in Higher Education: Libraries, Archives and Museums Digital Strategic Convergence

Ana Novo1, Paula Ochôa2

1: Universidade Aberta (Open University), Lisboa, Portugal; 2: Universidade Nova - FCSH, Lisboa, Portugal

BP04: IL policy
Location: C3: Room 0.310
Chair: Marek Deja
 

IL Governance – How the Teaching of Information Literacy is Organized in University Libraries in Germany

Fabian Franke

University Library Bamberg, Germany



Towards a Dutch Open Badge Information Literacy

Harrie van der Meer1, Johanna Krijnsen2, Lieke Haverkort3

1: University of Amsterdam / Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands; 2: Inholland University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands; 3: Politieacademie, the Netherlands



Alarming Literacy Rates in One of America’s Largest Cities: What Can Be Done in the City of Detroit?

Hermina G.B. Anghelescu

Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan, USA

PP11: Algorithmic literacy
Location: C4: Room 3.229
Chair: Marek Nahotko
 

Algorithms, Digital Literacies and Democratic Practices: Perceptions of Academic Librarians

Maureen Constance Henninger, Hilary Yerbury

University of Technology Sydney, Australia



Algorithmic Literacy of Polish Students in Social Sciences and Humanities

Łukasz Iwasiński, Magdalena Krawczyk

University of Warsaw, Poland



Using Early Responses to Wikipedia and Google to Consider ChatGPT

David A. Hurley

University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, USA

PK01: PechaKucha
Location: C5: Room 3.116
Chair: René Schneider
 

Creating a Web-Based Quiz to Support Information Literacy for Food Science and Nutrition Students and the Academic Librarians who Support them

Carol Hollier

IFIS Publishing, Winnersh, Wokingham, UK



Incorporating the SIFT Method into One-Shot Library Instruction Workshops

Rebecca Hastie

American University of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates



Digital Fluency: Students’ Perceptions and Participation in Designing the Curriculum in Bulgaria, Finland and Italy

Marina Encheva1, Anna Maria Tammaro2, Marcela Borisova1, Giulia Conti2, Mari Maasita3

1: University of Library Studies and Information Technology, Sofia, Bulgaria; 2: Università di Parma, Italy; 3: University of Lapland, Rovaniemi, Finland



XPRTN for Futures Literacies

Gudrun Marci-Boehncke, Tatjana Vogel

TU Dortmund University, Germany



Information Literacy in the Space of Intellectual Property

Diana Pietruch-Reizes

Uniwersytet Jagielloński, Kraków, Polska



Promoting the Information Literacy: Research Collaboration in the Citizen Science Projects

Gita Rozenberga

University of Latvia, Riga, Latvia

3:30pm
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4:00pm
BK03: Coffee Break
Location: C10: Lounge Room (3rd floor)
4:00pm
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5:30pm
PP12: Health literacy & behaviour
Location: C1: Room 0.313
Chair: Jela Steinerová
 

”A personal doctor will not be replaced by any robot service!” - Older adults’ experiences with personal health information and eHealth services

Heidi Enwald1, Noora Hirvonen1, Kristina Eriksson-Backa2, Isto Huvila3

1: University of Oulu, Finland; 2: Åbo Akademi University, Finland; 3: Uppsala University, Sweden



How Students Seek Information in the Context of Fitness and Physical Exercise

Jose Teixeira

Åbo Akademi University, Åbo, Finland

PP13: Digital literacy
Location: C3: Room 0.310
Chair: Stephane Goldstein
 

A Picture Paints a Thousand Words, Digital Media Makes for A Lived Experience

Brenda Van Wyk

University of Pretoria, South Africa



Supporting Students’ Digital Literacy

Ane Landøy1, Henry Langseth2, Mariann Cecilie Løkse3

1: HK-dir, Bergen, Norway; 2: University of Bergen Library, Bergen, Norway; 3: UiT – The Arctic University of Norway Library, Tromsø, Norway



Digital and Media Literacy: Voices of the Teachers. Dilemmas During the Pandemic and Reflections for the Future

Teresa Cardoso, Glória Bastos, Filomena Pestana

Universidade Aberta, LE@D, Portugal

WK02: Workshop
Location: C4: Room 3.229
 

Teaching Instructors to Develop Transparent and Equitable Assignments: A Workshop

Hanna Primeau, Katie Blocksidge, Amanda L. Folk, Jane Hammons

The Ohio State University, Columbus, USA

PN03: Panel
Location: C7: Room 2.122
 

Library Instruction for Mis/Disinformation: French and U.S. Perspectives

Joumana Boustany1, Laura Saunders2

1: Université Gustave Eiffel, Paris, France; 2: Simmons College, Boston, USA

 
6:00pm
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8:00pm
T01: Krakow Sightseeing Tour
Location: K0: Krakow Tour
Date: Wednesday, 11/Oct/2023
8:30am
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9:00am
R03: Registration
Location: Campus Registration Table (ground floor main hall)
9:00am
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10:00am
P03: Keynote Speech: Alison Hicks
Location: C0: Room 0.102
Chair: Sonja Spiranec
 

Sociocultural Approaches to Information Literacy: Space Races, Wish-Cycling and Squabbling Siblings

Alison Hicks

University College, London, United Kingdom

10:00am
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11:00am
BK04: Coffee Break
Location: C10: Lounge Room (3rd floor)
10:30am
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11:00am
TC00: ECIL Tree: Ceremonial tree planting on Campus
Location: C-G: Campus Garden
11:00am
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1:00pm
PP14: IL & new generation education
Location: C1: Room 0.313
Chair: Gita Rozenberga
 

Information Literacy Skills of Children in The Early School Years

Mihaela Grgić, Ivana Martinović

University of Josip Juraj Strossmayer, Osijek, Croatia



‘Maddie Is Online’: Embedding Creative Audio-Visual Resources to The Teaching of Information Literacy in an Elementary School in Greece

Konstantina Martzoukou1, Evi Tramantza2

1: Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen, Scotland, UK; 2: Anatolia College, Thessaloniki, Greece



Developing Online Research Skills in a Lower Secondary School: The Viewpoint of Students

Tuulikki Alamettälä

University of Oulu, Finland



Fearing for Their Lives: Implications of Children and Youth as Generators of Informational Texts and Literacy

Barbara McNeil

University of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

DF01: Doctoral Forum
Location: C2: Room 2.122/123
Chair: Magdalena Wójcik
 

Information Worlds of Women Engineering Students

Laura Woods

University of Sheffield, UK



‘New Clicks’ - Developing User-Led Digital Literacies in Older Adults within Scottish Public Libraries

Andrew John Feeney

Edinburgh Napier University, UK

WK03: Workshop
Location: C3: Room 0.310
 

Building the Habit: How Information Literacy in Everyday Life Connects to Lifelong Learning

Heather F. Adair, Ashley B. Crane

Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas, USA

BP05: IL & higher education
Location: C4: Room 3.229
Chair: Amanda L. Folk
 

Breaking the Vicious Circle: Mapping and Addressing Gaps in Information Literacy across the Educational Cycle

Tomáš Razím, Barbora Šátková

Czech National Library of Technology, Prague, Czech Republic



Understanding the Development of Information Literacy in Higher Education

Ellen Nierenberg

Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, Hamar, Norway



Paving the Way for Graduate Students’ Information Literacy Skills

Riikka Sinisalo, Essi Prykäri

LUT University, Lahti, Finland



Surfing is Not Enough: An Information Literacy Course for Academic Students

Matilde Fontanin, Cristina Cocever, Federica Moretto, Michele Sommariva, Luca Bencina

University of Trieste, Italy

WK04: Workshop
Location: C9: Computer Room (2.109)
 

Editing Wikipedia: An Effective Tool to Teach Information Literacy Skills Workshop

Kiersten Leigh Cox1, Scholz James2, Andrew Beman Cavallaro1

1: University of South Florida, Tampa, USA; 2: Brown-Daniel Library-Tennessee State University, Hermitage, USA

1:00pm
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2:00pm
LN03: Lunch
Location: C10: Lounge Room (3rd floor)
2:00pm
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3:30pm
BP06: IL, social media & sharing
Location: C1: Room 0.313
Chair: Paloma Korycińska
 

Social Media and Information Literacy: Reaching Students Where They Are

Jennifer Sandra Jacobs

Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas, USA



Media Literacy Interactively and for All

Kristyna Paulova

Czech University of Life Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic



Taking Digital Literacy Further through Sharing and Reuse

Harrie van der Meer1, Puck Wildschut2, Monique Schoutsen3

1: University of Amsterdam / Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands; 2: Tilburg University, The Netherlands; 3: Radboud University, The Netherlands



Data Literacy for Master Level in University of Helsinki

Maija Pauliina Paavolainen, Tuija Korhonen, Katri Larmo, Tiina Heino

University of Helsinki, Finland

PP15: IL frameworks & strategies
Location: C3: Room 0.310
Chair: Sheila Webber
 

Information Literacy Impact Framework

Bruce Martin Ryan, Peter Cruickshank, Marina Milosheva

Edinburgh Napier University, Edinburgh, UK



Introducing and Verifying the Model of Quality School Library (MQSL)

Polona Vilar

University of Ljubljana, Slovenia

PP16: IL & pandemic
Location: C4: Room 3.229
Chair: Heidi Päivyt Karoliina Enwald
 

The Impact of COVID-19 on Students’ Academic Reading Format Attitudes and Behaviors

Diane Mizrachi

University of California Los Angeles, USA



Information Literacy at School: What Post-Pandemic Uses of Online Video by Primary School Teachers in France?

Carine Aillerie1, Gilles Sahut2

1: UR 20297 Techne Poitiers University, France; 2: EA 827 LERASS Toulouse University, France

WK05: Workshop
Location: C5: Room 3.116
 

Question Asking is an Art: Teaching Students How to Ask Good Questions

Lori Townsend, Glenn Koelling, Adrienne Warner

University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA

WK06: Workshop
Location: C7: Room 2.122
 

Building a National Alliance for Media and Information Literacy

Stephane Goldstein1, Jane Secker2

1: InformAll CIC, London, UK; 2: City, University of London, UK

3:30pm
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4:00pm
BK05: Coffee Break
Location: C10: Lounge Room (3rd floor)
4:00pm
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5:30pm
PP17: IL studies - different approaches
Location: C1: Room 0.313
Chair: Angela Repanovici
 

Media and Information Literacy in Portuguese School Libraries: A Longitudinal Study with Elementary School Students

Glória Bastos1, Ana Novo2

1: Universidade Aberta, LEAD, Portugal; 2: Universidade Aberta, CIDEHUS- UÉ, Portugal



Copyright Awareness among Future Media Specialists: Survey Results in Bulgaria

Tereza Trencheva, Evelina Zdravkova, Ivan Trenchev

University of Library Studies and Information Technologies, Sofia, Bulgaria



Сomparative Studies of the Educational Opportunities of Professional Pages on the Facebook Network

Biletsky Volodymyr1, Hanna Onkovуch2, Onkovуch Artem3

1: Kharkiv Polytechnic Institute, Ukraine; 2: Kyiv Medical University, Ukraine; 3: Kyiv National University of Culture and Arts, Ukraine

WK07: Workshop
Location: C2: Room 2.122/123
 

Creating Informed Learners in the Classroom Workshop

Clarence Maybee1, Michael Flierl2, Rachel Fundator1

1: Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana, USA; 2: The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, USA

PP18: IL & ethics
Location: C3: Room 0.310
Chair: Jurgita Rudžionienė
 

Information Literacy as an Ethical Experience

Jela Steinerová

Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia



Animal Bioethics and Information Literacy: Does IL include Moral Reflection?

Marko Kos

University of Zagreb, Croatia



To Find the “Rotten Apple” – Information Ethical Requirements for the Information Literacy of Autonomous Writing Engines

Matthias Otto Rath

Ludwigsburg University of Education, Germany

PP19: IL & workplace
Location: C4: Room 3.229
Chair: Clarence Maybee
 

Digital Literacy Training and Workplace Empowerment: What Happens after Graduation?

Marek Deja1, Piotr Bobkowski2, Isto Huvila3, Anna Mierzecka4

1: Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland; 2: University of Kansas, Lawrence, USA; 3: Uppsala University, Uppsala, Sweden; 4: University of Warsaw, Warszawa, Poland



LIS Students’ Receptivity to the Concept of Turquoise Organization

Aneta Januszko-Szakiel, Paloma Korycińska

Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland



Information Literacy Practices of Hospital Librarians in an Era of Evidence-Based Medicine

Sara Ahlryd, Fredrik Hanell

Linnaeus University, Växjö, Sweden

PT01: Poster Session
Location: C10: Lounge Room (3rd floor)
Chair: Dorota Rak
 

Information Literacy (IL) Approaches of Research University Libraries in Türkiye

Deniz Ermişoğlu1, Esra Varol2

1: Marmara University, İstanbul, Türkiye; 2: Trakya University, Edirne, Türkiye



Collaboration is Key: Teaching Research Data Literacy Skills at NTNU

Almuth Gastinger

NTNU University Library, Trondheim, Norway



Development of Students’ Media Literacy through the Special Course “Professionally Oriented Media Education”

Hanna Onkovуch

Kуіv Medical University, Ukraine



War Media Trauma during Russia Invasion in Ukraine: New Challenge for Media and Informational Literacy Education

Lyubov Naydonova1, Mykhaylo Naydonov2

1: The Institute for Social and Political Psychology of NAES, Ukraine; 2: The Institute of Reflective Investigation and Specialisation, Ukraine



BRIDGE Project: Information and Digital Literacy at Primary School

Dora Sales1, Serap Kurbanoğlu2, Petros Kostagiolas3, Konstantina Martzoukou3, Stéphane Goldstein4, Sarah Pavey5, Noora Hirvonen6, Buket Akkoyunlu7, Murat Saran7, Anna Antoniazzi8, Mara Morelli8, İpek Şencan2

1: Universitat Jaume I, Castellón, Spain; 2: Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey; 3: Ionian University, Corfu, Greece; 4: InformAll CIC, London, UK; 5: SP4IL, London, UK; 6: University of Oulu, Finland; 7: Cankaya University, Ankara, Turkey; 8: Genova University, Italy



Information Specialists supporting Research, Business and Innovation in the EU

Mihaela Banek Zorica, Sonja Spiranec, Denis Kos

University of Zagreb, Croatia



The NIAGARA Project – Navigating the Digital Landscape: Universities Partnering for Change

Sabina Barbara Cisek

Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland



Library User Experience (LUX) in the Context of Designing Information Services – Subject Literature Review

Magdalena Wójcik

Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland



Survey on High School Students’ and Teachers’ Interest in Information Literacy

Kazuyuki Sunaga

Kokugakuin University, Tokyo, Japan

7:00pm
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10:00pm
G01: Gala Dinner
Location: G0: Gala Dinner
Date: Thursday, 12/Oct/2023
8:30am
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9:00am
R04: Registration
Location: Campus Registration Table (ground floor main hall)
9:00am
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10:00am
P04: Invited Panel: Sabina Cisek & Monika Krakowska
Location: C3: Room 0.310
Chair: Joumana Boustany
 

Interdisciplinary and Methodological Aspects of Diagnosing the Experience of Information and the Formation of Information Culture

Monika Krakowska

Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland

10:00am
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10:30am
BK06: Coffee Break
Location: C10: Lounge Room (3rd floor)
10:30am
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12:00pm
PP20: IL & higher education
Location: C1: Room 0.313
Chair: Brenda Van Wyk
 

Information Literacy of Polish Ph.D. Students: The Learning Outcomes Approach

Magdalena Paul1, Marek Deja5, Ewa Głowacka2, Małgorzata Kisilowska-Szurmińska1, Marzena Świgoń3, Maja Wojciechowska4

1: University of Warsaw, Poland; 2: Nicolaus Copernicus University, Toruń, Poland; 3: University of Warmia and Mazury, Olsztyn, Poland; 4: University of Gdańsk, Poland; 5: Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland



What do First-Year Students Want to Know: Analysis of Anonymous Questions in a First-Year Writing Course

Mariya Gyendina

University of Minnesota Libraries, Minneapolis, USA

PP21: IL - other aspects
Location: C2: Room 2.122/123
Chair: Krista Lepik
 

Information Literacy in the Design Thinking process – A Preliminary Research

Dorota Rak

Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland



“Who Cares?” Defining Citation Style in Scholarly Journals

Pavla Vizváry1, Vincas Grigas2

1: Masaryk University, Czech Republic; 2: Vilnius University, Lithuania

PP22: IL & LIS professionals
Location: C3: Room 0.310
Chair: Jane Secker
 

Social Project of Media And Information Literacy Knowledge Improvement among Academic and School Librarians in Kazakhstan

Yelizaveta Kamilova, Zhuldyz Orazymbetova

Nazarbayev University Library, Astana, Kazakhstan



Information Literacy as a Key Challenge to Improve Social Protection in France through New Uses of Collaborative Information

Christian Bourret

DICEN IdF & Université Gustave Eiffel, Paris, France

WK08: Workshop
Location: C5: Room 3.116
 

Helping Instructors to Decode Information Literacy: A Workshop

Jane Hammons, Amanda L. Folk, Katie Blocksidge, Hanna Primeau

The Ohio State University, Columbus, USA

12:00pm
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1:00pm
PN04: Panel
Location: C4: Room 3.229
 

Building Knowledge across the Curriculum: Utilizing the Learning Community Model to Maximize Relevant Information Literacy Instruction

Emily Zekan Brown, Laura Hogan, Susan Souza-Mort

Bristol Community College, USA

1:00pm
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2:00pm
LN04: Lunch
Location: C10: Lounge Room (3rd floor)
2:00pm
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3:30pm
PP23: Information behaviour
Location: C1: Room 0.313
Chair: Marko Kos
 

Exploring Information Needs of a Polish Academic Law Library Users

Paloma Korycińska, Małgorzata Stanula

Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland



Early-Career School Librarians’ Use of Information Literacy Skills to Master their Information Needs

Heather Freas Adair, Ashley B. Crane, Elizabeth Gross

Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas, USA



Teaching Healthcare Students to Deal with Information Sources: Implementing the HUMAN Framework

Pavla Vizváry1, Kristýna Kalmárová2, Beatrice Baldarelli3

1: Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic; 2: Comenius University in Bratislava, Slovakia; 3: Library of the University of Applied Sciences Ingolstadt, Germany

WK09: Workshop
Location: C2: Room 2.122/123
 

Learning Library Skills Playfully

Päivi Hannele Ylitalo-Kallio, Saara Vielma

Metropolia Library and Information Services, Helsinki, Finland

BP07: IL & education
Location: C3: Room 0.310
Chair: Patrick Vanden Berghe
 

“Name it to Tame it”: IREX for Media Literacy in Lithuania

Martynas Petrikas, Jurgita Rudžionienė

Vilnius University, Lithuania



ENOEL: The Introduction of a European Open Education Group

Monique Schoutsen

Radboud University, Nijmegen, The Netherlands



Embedding Equality in Education – A Collaborative Project

Ika Jorum

KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden

 
3:30pm
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4:00pm
BK07: Coffee Break
Location: C10: Lounge Room (3rd floor)
4:00pm
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5:00pm
C00: Closing Session
Location: C8: Room 0.103
5:30pm
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6:30pm
T02: Visit to the Jagiellonian Library
Location: L0: Jagiellonian Library

 
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