This blog was originally set up in March 2007 as part of the LASSIE (Libraries and Social Software in Education) project. It was originally hosted by LSE and called ‘Libraries, social software and e-learning’ but is now run using the WordPress blogging platform. The changing name reflects my evolving interests.
This blog is written by Jane Secker, Copyright and Digital Literacy Advisor based in the Centre for Learning Technology at London School of Economics & Political Science. It serves as a platform for reflection and observation on a variety of topics related to libraries, social media, information literacy, digital literacy, copyright and education – specifically e-learning.
I also write on three other websites / blogs including:
- The New Curriculum website, set up following my research with Emma Coonan on ANCIL
- The DELILA project blog, which was the project website for the JISC / HEA funded project to convert information literacy resources in open educational resources.
- The LSE roof gardens blog, which I contribute to.