22 October 2013 Tuesday

Parallel Sessions (I)


Hall A – Paper Session 1: IL – Related Concepts
Chair: Paul Sturges

Hall B – Paper Session 2: IL – Higher Education
Chair: Mark Hepworth

Hall C – Paper Session 3 –  IL – Citizenship & Digital Divide
Chair: Jela Steinerová

Hall D – Best Practices 1  IL – Assessment & Distance Learning
Chair: Alexander Botte

Room 1 – Workshop 1 (11:30 – 12:30)

Room 2 – Workshop 2 (11:30 -13:00)

14:00-15:00 Lunch

Parallel Sessions (II)


Hall A – Paper Session 4: IL – Theoretical Framework
Chair: Laszlo Z. Karvalics

Hall B – Paper Session 5: IL – Disadvantaged Groups
Chair: Gordana Stokić Simončić

Hall C – Best Practices 2: IL – Research Students & Partnership
Chair: A.A.J. (Jos) van Helvoort

Hall D – PechaKucha 1
Chair: Yurdagül Ünal

Room 1 – Workshop 3 – (15:00-17:30)

Room 2 – Workshop 4  – (15:00-16:30)

  • Learning in Action
    Jennifer Nardine             

17:30-18:00 Break

18:00-19:00 Plenary Speech  (Hall A)
Chair: Serap Kurbanoğlu

  • Towards Universal Information Literacy: The Economic and Social Building Blocks
    Paul G. Zurkowski

19:00-22:00 Opening Reception

 23 October 2013 Wednesday

Parallel Sessions (III)


Hall A – Paper Session 6: IL – Overview & Research
Chair: Annemaree Lloyd

Hall B – Paper Session 7: IL – Assessment
Chair: Ralph Catts

Hall C – Best Practices 3: IL – Competences, Models & K 12
Chair: Li Wang

Hall D – Panel 1 – (08:30-09:30)

Hall D – Panel 2 – (09:30-10:30)

Room 1 – Workshop 5 – (08:30-10:30)

Room 2 – Workshop 6 – (08:30-10:30)

  • Measuring Information Literacy Competency: Evidence-Based vs Perception-Based Data
    Szarina Abdullah

10:30-11:00 Break

Parallel Sessions (IV)


Hall A – Paper Session 8: IL – Different Countries
Chair: Monika Krakowska

Hall B – Paper Session 9: IL – K-12
Chair: Albert Boekhorst

Hall C – Best Practices 4: IL – Teaching Techniques
Chair: Diane Mizrachi

Hall D – Panel 3 – (11:00-13:00)

Room 1 – Workshop 5 (cont’d) – (11:00-13:30)

  • Transforming Learning: A Professional Development Program
    Vicki Bourbous, Tina Bavaro and Marianne Chauvet

Room 2 – Workshop 6 (cont’d) – (11:00-13:30)

  • Measuring Information Literacy Competency: Evidence-Based vs Perception-Based Data
    Szarina Abdullah

Hall AKeynote Speech – 13:30-14:30
Chair: Sonja Špiranec

14:30-15:30 Lunch

Parallel Sessions (V)


Hall A – Paper Session 10: IL – Policies & Strategies
Chair: Aleksandra Horvat

Hall B – Paper Session 11: IL – Different Approaches
Chair: Isabelle Turmain

Hall C – Best Practices 5: IL – Inclusive Policies, Projects & Promotion
Chair: Anne Lehmans

  • EMPATIC: Empowering Autonomous Learning through Information Competencies
    Carol Priestley
  • The Irish Information Literacy Project: The Gradual Building of a National Policy for Information Literacy
    Philip Russell and Jerald Cavanagh
  • Rethinking and Strengthening Information Literacy: The New Strategy of German Universities
    Ulrich Meyer-Doerpinghaus
  • Information Literacy and the Western Balkans: A Tempus Project
    Jerald Cavanagh and Padraig Kirby
  • ICT Accessibility: The Challenge to Improve Information Literacy for University Students with Disabilities
    Licia Sbattella, Roberto Tedesco and Silvia Sbattella    
  • Creative Outreach: Administrators Marketing Information Literacy in the Gulf Region
    Vanessa Middleton and Carol Hansen 

Hall D – Doctoral Forum – Chair: Sirje Virkus

Room 1 – Workshop 7 (15:30-17:30)

Room 2 – Workshop 8 (15:30-17:30)

  • Curriculum Mapping to Integrate and Communicate Information Literacy Learning
    Anne E. Zald, Jennifer Fabbi and Steven Hoover      

17:30-18:00 Break

Parallel Sessions (VI)


Hall A – Paper Session 12: IL – Different Aspects
Chair: Ivanka Stričević

Hall B – Paper Session 13: IL – Librarians, Libraries & Ethics
Chair: Natalia Gendina

Hall C – Best Practices 6: IL – Innovative Practices
Chair: Egbert J. Sánchez Vanderkast

Hall D – Doctoral Forum (cont’d)

Room 1 – Workshop 7 (cont’d) (18:00 – 20:00)

  • How to Identify and Analyze Instructional Problems
    Esther Grassian       

Room 2 – Workshop 8 (cont’d) (18:00 – 20:00)

  • Curriculum Mapping to Integrate and Communicate Information Literacy Learning
    Anne E. Zald, Jennifer Fabbi and Steven Hoover         

20:30-24:00 Gala Dinner

24 October 2013 Thursday

Parallel Sessions (VII)


Hall A – Paper Session 14: IL – Higher Education
Chair: Yaşar Tonta

Hall B – Paper Session 15: IL – Instruction
Chair: René Schneider

Hall C – PechaKucha 2
Chair: Radovan Vrana

  • The Use of Open Educational Resources to Update our Information Literacy Skills Package (SMILE) at Glasgow Caledonian University
    Marion Kelt
  • Relation Between Information Literacy Level and Academic Life: A Case Study
    Marzieh Siamak and Jeyran Khansari
  • Exploring Pathways to Political Information: Librarians Facilitating Civic Engagement in a Diverse California Community
    Yolanda Blue and J. Elaine McCracken
  • Information Seeking and Use among Museum Professionals
    Mohd Sharif Mohd Saad and Azizah Abdul Aziz
  • DRILL: Digital Reference and Information Literacy for Lifelong Learning, from Questions to Answers
    Elena Collina, Massimo Urbini and Fabio Zauli
  • Information Literacy and Service-Learning: Opportunities for Instruction
    Ilka Datig
  • To Watch or to Click: A Usability Study on the Effectiveness of a Library Tutorial Created in SMART Versus a Tutorial Created in InDesign
    Leanna Fry Balcı
  •  Get off Your Soapbox: Engaging Students in Large Lectures
    Susan [Gardner] Archambault
  •  Social Media Skills as a Requirement for Information Literacy – An Empirical Investigation of Secondary School Students
    Lisa Orszullok and Lisa Beutelspacher
  • A School Librarian in the Educational System of Croatia (Cancelled)
    Korina Udina
  • Towards a Refined Information Literacy Model
    Yun-Ke Chang, Xue Zhang, Shaheen Majid, Schubert Foo, Intan Azura Mokhtar and Yin-Leng Theng
  •  Online Course of Information Literacy at Masaryk University
    Kateřina Hošková and Iva Zadražilová
  • Content Analysis of Iranian Primary School Science Books According to Big 6 Information Problem-Solving Skills
    Fatima Baji, Zahed Bigdeli, Tahere Jowkar and Solmaz Zardary
  • Making Transition Easy at the National and University Library in Zagreb
    Dunja Seiter-Šverko and Vesna Golubović
  • Integrating Information Literacy in to Library and Information Science Curriculum in Nigerian Library Schools (Cancelled)
    Abdulkadir Idris Ahmed

Hall D – Panel 4 (08:30-09:30)

Hall D – Panel 5 (09:30-10:30)

Room 1 – Workshop 9 (09:30-10:30)

  • Developing Profiles of the Information Literacy Professional #infolitpro
    Sheila Webber          

Room 2 – Workshop 10 (08:30 – 12:00)

  • Teen Design Days: Engaging Youth in Information Literacy through Design Thinking and Participatory Design
    Karen E. Fisher and Phil Fawcett        

11:00-12:00 Poster Session (Exhibition Area)

11:30-12:00 Company Presentations (Hall C)

12:00-12:30 Break

Parallel Sessions (VIII)


Hall A – Paper Session 16: IL – Workplace & Daily Life
Chair: John Crawford

Hall B – Paper Session 17: IL – Higher Education
Chair: Sharon Mader

Hall C – Best Practices 7: IL – Higher Education (12:30-14:30)
Chair: Maria-Carme Torras i Calvo

Hall D – Paper Session 18: IL – LIS Students (12:30-15:30)
Chair: Polona Vilar

Room 1 – Workshop 11 (12:30-13:30)

  • Training the Trainers: Faculty Development Meets Information Literacy
    Susan [Gardner] Archambault and Elisa Slater Acosta     

Room 1 – Workshop 12 (13:30 – 15:00)

  • Marketing Efforts Essential to Starting Your Own Information Business
    Paul G. Zurkowski

Room 2 – Workshop 10 (cont’d) (12:30-15:00)

  • Teen Design Days: Engaging Youth in Information Literacy through Design Thinking and Participatory Design
    Karen E. Fisher and Phil Fawcett            

15:00-16:00 Lunch

Parallel Sessions (IX)


Hall A – Paper Session 19: IL – Teaching & Learning
Chair: Jesus Lau

Hall B – Best Practices 8: IL – Instructon & Discipline Based Approach
Chair: Szarina Abdullah

Hall C – PechaKucha 3
Chair: Tomaz Bartol


Hall D – Paper Session 20: IL – LIS Students
Chair: Joumana Boustany

Room 1 – Workshop 13

18:30-19:00 Break

19:00-20:00 Closing Session (Hall A)
Co-chairs: Serap Kurbanoğlu & Sonja Špiranec

25 October 2013 Friday

09:00-17:00 City Tours

List of Posters

  • Undergraduate Student Information Literacy in Shahid Madani University of Azerbaijan: A Case Comparison with LIS Students
    Fatemeh Ranjbary, Effat Heidary, Parvin Ghahramanian and Masoomeh Adeli Fatemeh
  • An Introduction to Siamak Information Literacy Model (Cancelled)
    Marzieh Siamak   
  • The Library as an Element in the Information Literacy and Development: Role of Librarians
    Abiola Amos Okunlola  
  • Information Literacy and its Importance for Youth: A Case Study of Elementary and High Schools in Istanbul
    Ümit Konya
  • Media Social Responsibility in the Public Image of Football Referees
    François Borel-Hänni 
  • Moving Toward Global Information Literacy (Il) 3.0
    Valerie Hill, Esther Grassian and Sheila Webber
  • New Research Reveals Intensified Information Literacy Activities on the Web by US Academic Libraries Since 2009
    Sharon Q. Yang
  • “This I Believe”: Introducing Information Literacy Skills to Turkish University Students
    Leanna Fry Balcı
  • Case Studies in Information Literacy for Nurses and Nursing Education
    Pamela Zurkowski Cacchione
  • Digital Inclusion in Public Libraries
    Alicia Rey
  • Information Literacy Skills of University Students in Hungary
    Katalin Varga and Dóra Egervári
  • Examining Public Librarians’ Information Literacy and E-Learning Attitudes: A Study from Iran
    Leila Hashempour and Jahangir Gholipour 
  • The Impact of Epistemological Beliefs on Fostering Students’ Information-Seeking Behavior
    Johannes Peter, Nicolas Leichner, Anne-Kathrin Mayer and Günter Krampen
  • Turkey: The Reading Landscape, and the Rare Species of School Librarians and their Means of Survival
    Ayşe Yüksel Durukan
  • Information Literacy Centre: Development of Information Literacy at Masaryk University
    Iva Zadražilová and Jan Zikuška
  • Information Literacy as the Prevention of a Misuse of Digital Footprints
    Pavla Kovářová
  • Serbian Library Journals and Promotion of Information Literacy
    Goran Trailović 
  • Reflexive Parasocial Relations and Creative Internet Activity as MIL Indicators
    Lyubov A. Naydonova, Mykhaylo  Naydonov and Lyubov M. Naydonova
  • Information Literacy of Public Health Students in Brazil: A Cross-Sectional Study
    Beatriz Rodrigues Lopes Vincent, Martha Silvia Martínez-Silveira, Mauricio Roberto Motta Pinto da Luz and Luiz Antonio Bastos Camacho
  • Science Portal for Ontario Teachers: Enhancing 21st Century Academic Literacies in Secondary School Science Students
    Peggy A. Pritchard
  • Innovations in Information Literacy in the Sciences: Embedding an Electronic Journal Project
    Peggy A. Pritchard
  • Information Literacy and Cultural Awareness
    Ann Dyrman and Berit Hjort
  • Information Literacy of Public Health Students in Brazil: An Experimental Study
    Beatriz Rodrigues Lopes Vincent, Martha Silvia Martínez-Silveira, Mauricio Roberto Motta Pinto da Luz and Luiz Antonio Bastos Camacho
  • Classroom Teachers’ Information Literacy Levels: The Hacettepe University Case
    Aybike Dilara Dağlı, Deniz Ermişoğlu and Sefa Mustafa Dhyi 
  • Marketing Information Literacy Skills: Insights from a Business Classroom
    Katie Emery
  • What is the Cost of Information Seeking on the Internet? Creating a Greener World by Improving Information Literacy Skills
    Hakan Yıldız  
  • A Pilot Study to Strengthen Information Literacy among Health Professionals in India
    Sangeeta Narang, Bimal Kanti Sen and Archana Shukla
  • Autopilot or Copilot: Guidelines to Guide
    Elena Collina, Massimo Urbini,  Alina Renditiso and Fabio Zauli
  • Next Generation Library Catalogues – Support for Information Literacy, Croatian Case
    Ana Barbarić
  • Integrating Information Literacy into a Bachelor´s Curriculum
    Michaela Zemanek
  • Information Literacy Instruction in University Libraries: The Case of Turkey
    Sümeyye Akça, Seda Aslanbaş, Özge Baykal, Duygu Özgür and Serap Kurbanoğlu