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Posted by gazjjohnson on 20 March, 2009

Another short one from me (to make up for all the long ones of late) – I kept meaning to point people who might be interested in information literacy at the SMILE Project blog, home of my Twitter-chum SmilyLibrarian.  The project is defined as follows:

Study Methods and Information Literacy Exemplars (SMILE) is a one year project funded by JISC (Joint Information Systems Committee) under its Re-Usable Objects Progamme. The purpose of the project is to design and deliver a study skills module to be delivered in a blended learning environment.

The module will support learners from the beginning of their assessment process to the end. The module will be piloted at University of Worcester in the academic year 2008-2009. The other partners are Imperial College London and Loughborough University.

So go have a read through their posts/add them them your reader.  Hopefully catching up with Smily at LILAC in Cardiff a week on Tuesday, so if anyone has any pressing questions, let me know

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