The registration is handled by the EasyChair system.
- Please go to easychair.org and login or register there. You may need to validate your email-address.
- Visit the conference page and fill the registration form there (register yourself up right) by providing the necessary information. Submit and make sure it is validated... Voilà!
- From now on, you are a registered participant and may be requested to actualize the registration. (e.g. to indicate which session will be visited when we shall have the programme)
- Proceed with the travel arrangements, considering travelling tips.
The registration is offered at no cost thanks to our sponsor.
The first phase of the registration is open to anyone untill March 31st.
Later registrations will be accepted in the limit of the places.
The conference takes place: Friday 10th of May 2019. The programme structure will be similar to the following:
- Get together on Thursday evening
- 9:00-10:00: keynote
- 10:00-11:30: parallel sessions
- 11:30-12:30: keynote
- 12:30-13:30: lunch on-site
- 13:30-14:30: keynote
- 14:30-16:00: parallel sessions
- 16:00-17:00: panel
- 17:30-18:30: interactive workshop
- Get together on Friday evening
See the list of accepted papers below.
The ILO Conference on Learning Information Literacy across the Globe is brought to you by the ILO Erasmus. The conference papers will be revised by an international committee made of the following disciplines:
The conference is organized by Information Center for Education of the German Research Center for International Educational Research (DIPF).
on flow and stigma in everyday information mastering of youth
on supporting the learning process with interactive technologies
introducing the ILO-MOOC
The following full papers have been accepted for the conference. They shall be complemented by short papers and posters.
- Trudi Jacobson, Thomas Mackey and Kelsey O'Brien, Developing Metaliterate Citizens: Designing and Delivering Enhanced Global Learning Opportunities
- Andrew Whitworth and Lee Webster, Digital and information literacy as discursive mapping of an information landscape
- Angela Fessl, Sabine Barthold, Ilija Simic and Viktoria Pammer-Schindler, Concept and development of an Information Literacy Curriculum Widget
- Shirley Chiu-Wing Wong and Johnny Yuen The InfoLit Project (2015-18): A collaboration among eight university libraries in Hong Kong
- Stefan Jongen, Jaro Pichel, Frederike Vernimmen-de Jong and Harm Hospers, Analysing Informed Learning at Maastricht University
- Helena Keck and Tamara Heck, Improving tagging literacy to enhance metadata and retrieval for open educational resources
- Dennis Kim-Prieto, Wither Information Literacy?
- Paul Libbrecht, Stefan Dreisiebner, Björn Buchal and Anna Polzer, Creating a Multilingual MOOC Content for Information Literacy: A Workflow