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30th November 2018 @ 8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Titled: From Digital Literacy to Independent Learning: challenges and opportunities for librarians and teachers. The first ever JCS Conference brought together experts in the field of digital literacy, librarians, school and college leaders, and providers of authoritative sources to share their knowledge and good practice in supporting the challenges and opportunities for librarians and teachers in an increasingly complex and digitised world.

The conference was such as success that due to high demand we’ve already decided to deliver another conference JCS 2019 Digital Literacy in Schools: building capability!

View presentations, more photographs, the twitter feed, and more from the day here

“I’d like to say that it was about the best one-day conference I have ever attended; the focus was almost exclusively on things which were relevant to what I do, and we all came away bursting with ideas for things we want to try. It was good to see where other people are; we felt that we are pretty well placed in terms of what we do, but it was great to hear how other practitioners go about things, and they were very generous in sharing approaches – there were many useful tweaks to consider, much re-invention of wheels saved!” Archie Black, Head Librarian, Forest School, London

Details

Date:
30th November 2018
Time:
8:30 am - 4:30 pm

Organiser

Jade Heatley
Phone:
01865987211
Email:
support@jcsonlineresources.org

Venue

Aston University Conference Center
B4 7ET + Google Map