December 05 2012 - 16:00
About the Event
Promoting your e-resources successfully
UKSG presents the fourth in their popular series of events focusing specifically on managing e-resources in the Further Education sector.
This seminar will address the issues and practicalities of providing and managing effective high quality e-resource collections within Further Education libraries. During the day there will be opportunities to hear best practice case studies in managing e-resources and in evaluating their use, together with advice and strategies from current practitioners in colleges, and an opportunity to learn the latest about JISC’s eBooks for FE project.
The event will also give delegates the opportunity to meet with e-resource vendors who specialise in providing e-resources to the Further Education sector, as well as being a platform for discussion, problem solving and networking.
Many thanks to our sponsors:
Alexander Street Press, Cengage Learning EMEA, Credo Reference, Dawson Books, EBSCO and Wolters Kluwer Health – Ovid
Feedback from previous UKSG E-Resources for Further Education events:
• ”Excellent event, one of the best I’ve attended on e-resources.”
• ”Very good quality presentations – informative, lively and interesting.”
• ”Excellent balance of topics from speakers and vendors.”
• “This always proves to be one of the most informative events in the calendar.”
• ”Very impressed with quality of speakers, wide content of event and organisation of event. Best course I have been to for several years! Thank you!”
FE institution delegates: £45.00 + £9.00 VAT [20%] (total £54.00)
The fee includes refreshments and lunch.
The Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (Council Room and Library)
1 Carlton House Terrace
Tel.: 020 7451 7300 (Reception)
10.00 Registration and coffee
10.20 Welcome and introduction by the Chair and UKSG representative
Andrew Barker, Head of Library Academic Services, University of East Anglia
10.30 Jigsaw puzzle: the three parts of JISC
Scott Gibbens, JISC Collections Service Representative
11.00 JISC Collections’ services for FE
Ben Taplin, Licensing Manager, JISC Collections
11.30 Break and exhibition viewing
12.35 Usage statistics for collection management: the work of JUSP
Angela Conyers, Evidence Base, Birmingham City University
13.05 Lunch and exhibition viewing
14.00 “Would you like fries with that?” How to engage your learners to use more of the library resources available to them
James Clay, ILT and Learning Resources Manager, Gloucestershire College
14.30 Vendor Presentation 4: EBSCO
14.45 Vendor Presentation 5: Dawson Books
15.00 Vendor Presentation 6: Alexander Street Press
15.15 Break and exhibition viewing
15.35 Notebooks out, plagiarists: it’s a lot easier to paint a rainbow than it is to fake an old master
Harry Greiner, Head of New Media, City College Norwich
16.05 Question Time
16.25 Evaluation forms and wrap-up
16.30 Close of seminar
How to book
The booking date for this event has now passed. For further information please contact Karen Sadler at UKSG by e-mail or by phone: +44 (0)1865 310834.
Venue location details will be sent with confirmation of booking.
By Tuesday 27 November 2012 - full refund
From Wednesday 28 November 2012 - no refund
NB: UKSG reserves the right to alter or vary the programme due to events or circumstances beyond its reasonable control without being obliged to refund monies.