December 05 2013 - 16:00
About the Event
Out with the old and in with the new?:
how new technologies have led to innovation in FE Libraries
UKSG presents the fifth in their popular series of events focusing specifically on managing e-resources and new technologies in the Further Education sector.
This seminar will address how far new technologies and the development of e-resources have changed the way we deliver library services in FE and how we can continue to innovate in the sector.
During the day there will be opportunities to hear from practitioners within the sector about how they have introduced new ways of delivering high impact services and will facilitate discussions about the success of these innovations. The day will provide you with ideas on how you can also innovate at your own institution. Alongside your colleagues from other institutions, we will be hearing from some key vendors about the new resources and services that they are introducing. There will also be a small exhibition area which will give delegates the opportunity to meet with 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:
Feedback from the 2012 UKSG E-Resources for Further Education event:
• ”Excellent day. Useful accessible information. Thank you.”
• ”Lots of opportunities to network and catch up with other institutions.”
• ”The speakers were uniformly excellent, the vendors informative and interesting.”
• “The seminar covered exactly what I needed. Great atmosphere.”
• ”One of the best seminars I’ve attended in a long, long while.”
FE institution delegates: £48.00 + £9.60 VAT [20%] (total £57.60)
The fee includes refreshments and lunch.
Manchester Conference Centre (Weston Rooms 2 and 3)
Tel.: 0161 955 8181
10.00 Registration and coffee
10.20 Welcome and introduction by the Chair and UKSG representative
Andrew Barker, Head of Academic Liaison, Special Collections and Archives,
University of Liverpool
10.30 Using Moodle to embed library resources within courses
Graeme Hodge, Assistant Director Learning Resources and IT Client Services,
NESCOT (North East Surrey College Of Technology)
11.00 Dick Van Dyke - the last DVD left in the college: streaming media
Tom Butler, Head of Libraries and Learning Resources, Croydon College
11.30 Break and exhibition viewing
11.50 Vendor Presentation 1: Dawson Books
12.05 Vendor Presentation 2: EBSCO
12.20 Vendor Presentation 3: ProQuest
Tracey Totty, Library Services Manager, Middlesbrough College
13.05 Lunch and exhibition viewing
14.00 Extending your reach: providing library services to non-library users
Chris Skerrow, eResources Librarian, Hull College
Emily Armstrong, Libraries Manager, Hull College
14.30 Vendor Presentation 4: Credo
14.45 Vendor Presentation 5: Digital Theatre Plus
15.00 Vendor Presentation 6: Emerald Group Publishing
15.15 Break and exhibition viewing
15.35 EBSCO Discovery Service: experience from FE libraries
Liz Collier, Head of Library Services, The Manchester College
16.05 Question Time
16.25 Evaluation forms and wrap-up
16.30 Close of seminar
How to book
The closing date for receipt of bookings 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 Wednesday 27 November 2013 - full refund
From Thursday 28 November 2013 - 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.