I’ve received confirmation that I will be attending Internet Librarian International 2008! I won’t be attending the full conference but will be there on Friday 17th as I’m particularly interested in the Information Literacy track.

I’ve always really wanted to go to ILI, particularly with it being held in the UK, so I’m really pleased that I’m able to go this year. It’s the 10th Anniversary too, as recently blogged about by Brian Kelly (who unfortunately isn’t able to attend this year).

I’m sure I’ll be blogging about my experience (hopefully on my new Acer Aspire One if I can find one soon!) and I’m hoping it will give me some useful information and ideas we can adopt to improve our information literacy and e-learning practices at work.

Is anyone else going? Let me know if so, it would be great to meet others from the library blogging world whilst I’m there. 🙂

  • Excellent news! Enjoy yourself, I’m only mostly very jealous 😀

    Will look forward to your write up.

  • FYI — I’ll be blogging about you on Blog Day, Aug. 31 at Digitization 101.

  • Thanks Jill, I wasn’t aware of Blog Day but now that I am I hope to join in too. 🙂