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Tempus 2 ILT Working Group Meeting Bihac

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Tempus IV
Developing information literacy for lifelong learning and knowledge economy in Western Balkan countries
Thank you
Our mission will be to develop
Design and implement an in depth online survey of all partner institutions to ascertain the exact state of information literacy development and provision in each partner institution
Development of innovative online IL modules for lifelong learning for their use in curricula – use of specialised information literacy suite software and incorporating use of cutting edge active learning and use of high quality online video
Harmonisation of the IL programs with those currently active in Western Balkans countries- integration of IL programs with initiatives already existing
Strengthen the capacities of higher education institutions for the strategic planning and implementation of IL programs to install transferable skills for a competitive, dynamic, knowledge-based economy
To develop IL policy, guidelines, goals, mission e.g. guidelines for developing IL programs, online IL modules
To disseminate information about the approaches to IL development and ensure sustainability of project results – through workshops, publications, project website, interaction with National and International stakeholders, society at large
Our target groups and sectors
Undergraduate and postgraduate students in the partner institutions
Librarians and academic staff in the partner institutions
Ministries of education
National and public libraries and their users
Local Communities
The Scientific Working Group (SWG) is entrusted with establishing the Guidelines for information literacy teaching content harmonization which are devoted to evaluate the core of teaching activities and disciplines in the foreseen education network aimed at allowing a joint Academic Content Standard within the Consortium and respecting the specificity of each country. The SWG is involved also in planning and managing the production and exchange of harmonized didactic materials, with the involvement of the teaching staff of each Party.
The Information Literacy Training Working Group (ILTWG) is is involved in developing and setting up a shared version of Guidelines for the permanent training of librarians and teaching staff which will be addressed to the teaching staff for updating and upgrading specific cultural and scientific content related to the Information literacy programs. The ILTWG will plan, organize and manage events in form of seminars, workshops, meetings, short visits, web conferencing which must be aimed at updating knowledge in groups of disciplines within the Consortium.
The Evaluation Working Group (EWG) is involved in establishing specific performance indicators for evaluating the progress and the results of the specific activities during the implementation of the Action. Moreover, it will provide to the analysis and evaluation of all possible incoming problems and their impact, proposing all possible corrections to the PMC. These activities will involve also the PMC, an inter-Tempus coaching expert, the Local Committees (Article 3.8 of the Consortium Agreement) and will be performed during the whole project life.
Execution of the Plan
(Groups)
The Project Management Committee (PMC) is the decision-making and implementing body of the Consortium. It guarantees the correct implementation of each activity and strengthens the Best Practices within the Consortium. The PMC will have these roles:
• Control of the administrative and methodological aspects of the Action;
• Monitoring and evaluation of the phases of the Action in terms of correspondence with the expectations of the Parties and stakeholders, and with the declared objectives;
• Intervention for the resolution of possible incoming problems.
The Didactic Working Group (DWG) is aimed at editing and setting up a shared version of Guidelines for planning the Information Literacy programs in the foreseen education network, with particular care on decisional and procedural criteria regarding stakeholders and student involvements. It is also involved in planning and managing the Information Literacy programs, staff and equipment
requirements, regulations, didactic and administrative aspects, student and staff mobility and define the general framework of teaching activities and the syllabus.
Development of innovative online programs for lifelong learning and their use in curricula as appropriate: this will be achieved through the formation of the Project Management Committee (PMC) and subsequently Working Groups who will deliver on goals to didactic organisations, syllabus, IL training and implementation of IL programs.
The Information Literacy Module Working Group (ILMWG) is made up of librarians and teaching staffs of all Parties with expertise and competences in the development of online modules and online content. It is involved in establishing the Guidelines for developing, assessing, testing, evaluating fit for purpose innovative online information literacy modules and courses within the Consortium.
Explanation of Project Deliverables & Workpackages
Workpackage No 1: Project management
(LIT- Ireland)

Deliverable no. 1: project structures and meetings
Deliverable no. 2: Daily Project Management
Workpackage No 2: Development of the Project (UTBV Romania)

Deliverable No. 16: Quality control & monitoring
Deliverable No. 17: Lasting monitoring of IL programs
Workpackage No 3: Quality Control & Monitoring (UOC- Greece)
Deliverable No. 18: Public presentation of the project
Deliverable No. 19: Dissemination of the project steps.
Deliverable No. 20: Promotion of the IL program
Deliverable No. 21: Dissemination of the project results
Workpackage No 4: Dissemination
(UKO- Albania)
Deliverable No. 22: International recognition of the IL program
Deliverable No. 23: Transfer of results
Deliverable No. 24: Sustainability
Deliverable No. 25: Western Balkan Network for IL
Workpackage No 5: Exploitation
(UNBI Bosnia & Herzegovina)
Jerald Cavanagh BSc Econ, MSc, MA
Tempus Project Leader/Institute Librarian

Padraig Kirby BA (Hons) HdipLIS
Tempus Project Coordinator/Senior Library Assistant

List of Deliverables - Outcomes
Deliverable no. 3: Guidelines for planning IL programmes
Deliverable no. 4: IL Curriculum syllabus planning:
Deliverable no. 5: Defining IL program harmonised contents.
Deliverable No. 6: Guidelines for IL program harmonised contents
Deliverable No. 7: Production of IL harmonised didactic materials
Deliverable No. 8: Defining training of IL teachers/practitioners
Deliverable No. 9: Guidelines training of IL teachers/practitioners.
Deliverable No. 10: Updating of IL training content
Deliverable No. 11: Development of innovative online IL modules.
Deliverable No. 12: Innovative Online IL modules
Deliverable No. 13: Implementation of IL programs
Deliverable No. 14: IL Program Rollout
Deliverable No. 15: Approval of guidelines and IL programs
Total budget = 1.3 million
Grant from the Agency = 1.2 million
Tempus 2nd Information Literacy Training Working Group Meeting
5-8th November 2012
Bihac, Bosnia & Herzegovina
Update on Workpackages:

Workpackage No. 1:
Management (led by Limerick Institute of Technology)

Project Kick Off Meeting held Limerick November 2011 (Deliverables No. 1 & 2)
Financial and other reporting procedures agreed and arranged (Deliverables No’s 1 & 2).
Management structures put in place (Project Management Committee, Didactic Working Group, Scientific Working Group, Information Literacy Training Working Group, Information Literacy Module Working Group) November 2011 (Deliverables No. 1 & 2).
Consortium Agreement (Agreed at Kick Off Meeting Limerick November 2011). Signed November, December, January, February 2012)
Amendment to the Consortium Agreement (arising from request from University of Crete (Agreed February 2012).
Formation of the Evaluation Working Group (EWG) - Brasov 28 February to 2 March 2012.
Evaluation Working Group Meeting University of Bergen, Norway
Evaluation Working Group- comprised of 5 persons- one person each from Ireland, Romania, Albania, United Kingdom and Greece not involved in any other aspect, Committee or Working Group in the Project

Further deliverables for Year 2012: No further deliverables.

Further Deliverable to the end of the Project: None
Workpackage No. 2:
Development (led by Transylvania University of Brasov)

Tempus needs analysis designed and distributed (in December 2011- Deliverable No. 4)
IL course syllabus designed and distributed (in December 2011- Deliverable No. 4) Ratified by Scientific Working group at Meeting in Mostar. For final ratification at this PMC Meeting Bergen
Development of Innovative IL Modules (Commenced at Kick Off Meeting, Limerick November 2011. Process for identifying suitable IL modules identified - Deliverable No. 11.
'Report for Guidelines for planning IL Programs' drafted and circulated to all partners (March 2012). Agreement on the guidelines expected March 2012. (Deliverable No. 3)
Guidelines by the Scientific Working Group (SWG) written by LIT- the Coordinator (Jerald Cavanagh/Padraig Kirby) circulated prior to and ratified at meeting in Mostar June 2012. For final ratification by Project management Committee (PMC) at this PMC meeting Bergen.” On ratification they will be published in each Western Balkan institution in the relevant language(s) of that institution
“Current IL activities in partner institutions ascertained at Didactic Working Group/Information Literacy Modules Working Group in Brasov, Romania.
IL modules reviewed and recommendations from Western Balkans institutions as to which IL modules to be implemented made at Brasov meeting.
Recommendations made as to which modules would most appropriate made at Information Literacy Module Working Group (ILMWG) / Didactic Working Group Meeting in Brasov and subsequently at SWG meeting in Mostar. Modules such as Cranfield Online Information Literacy tutorial , Epigeum research Skills online deemed suitable among others. IL Module development process and selected Online modules for implementation across Western Balkan countries for ratification at PMC meeting, Bergen.
(Deliverables No. 11 & 12)
.... Workpackage No. 2:
Development (led by Transylvania University of Brasov) - continued from previous slide
Information Literacy Module Working Group Meeting
Brasov, Romania
28 February — 2March 2012
Workpackage No. 3:
Quality (led by University of Crete)

Project management & evaluation procedures identified (Kick Off Meeting, Limerick November 2011)- Deliverable no. 16.
Evaluation Working Group Meeting University of Bergen 2-5th October 2012
Formation of Evaluation Working Group- composed of 5 experts in quality control and monitoring and who will not be involved in any other Working Group or any other activity of the project (February 2012- Brasov, Romania)- deliverable no. 16.
Further deliverables for 2012: None.
Workpackage No. 4:
Dissemination (led for University FAN S. NOLI of Korce)

Deliverable No. 18 Public Presentation of the Project held in the Partner country institutions (January 2012)
Project Website designed and website circulated to all project partners (April/May 2012).

Further deliverables for 2012
Deliverable No. 20: Promotion of the IL Program (October 2012)
Public presentation
of the project
Info Day
The 9th International Librarians Conference:
June on Una River”
Bihaćc Bosnia & Herzegovina
The 9th International Librarians Conference:
June on Una River”
Bihaćc Bosnia & Herzegovina
Progress Report from
Jerald Cavanagh
the Tempus Project Leader & PMC Chair
and Padraig Kirby - Tempus Project Coordinator
At Brasov meeting the following important dates were identified:
Before the End of April 2012 a complete printed draft of Information Literacy (IL) Syllabus & Curricula, and a printed manual of the Online IL Module should be made available and these will reach all the high level persons in the partner institutions - Rectors, Deans, Head's of Departments, for their information and comments on or before this date.
The EU partners in the project will be largely involved in making these drafts available and they may seek feedback from the partner institutions from time to time.
From 1st May 2012 to 31st December 2012 each partner institution will have this time to approve in greater detail the various IL initiatives in their Institution.

From 1st January 2013 to 1st September 2013- this time should be used to plan the actual implementation of the IL programs at each partner Institution- the Coordination, Timetabling, Promotion, Physical execution and integration into courses and structures at your Institution. (Deliverables No. 13 & 14)

September 2013 onwards will see the formal implementation and rollout of the IL programs in partner institutions- physical execution of the IL programs.
(Deliverables No. 13 & 14)
Important dates
Further deliverables to the end of the project:
Further deliverables to the end of the project:
Further deliverables to the end of the project:
Workpackage No. 5:
Exploitation (led by University of Bihać)
No deliverables for 2012

Deliverables to the end of the Project:
Our mission will be to develop
Our mission will be to develop
Our mission will be to develop
Workpackage No. 2:
Development (led by Transylvania University of Brasov) - continued from previous slide

Processes for defining IL program harmonised contents identified (November 2011). (Deliverable No. 5) Submissions for report on Defining IL program harmonised contents requested by the Scientific Working Group Chair (November 2012). Report on defining IL program harmonised contents drafted (March 2012). Circulation and agreement expected early April 2012 (Deliverable No. 5).
Report Defining IL program harmonised contents drafted and published. In March/April 2012. Ratified by SWG at meeting in Mostar June 2012. For final ratification by Project Management Committee (PMC) at this PMC meeting Bergen
Modules such as Cranfield University aimed at Undergraduates and, Epigeum Research Skills Online aimed at Postgraduates identified as suitable models for implementation across Western Balkan institutions
Approval of Guidelines and IL programs expected March/April 2012 (Deliverable no. 15).
IL module Information Literacy Workshop/Meeting held in Partner institutions. (January/February 2012) (Deliverables No. 11 & 12)
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