UKSG/JISC Collections E-Resources for Further Education: London

6 Dec 2010 10:00
Europe/London
A one-day seminar for those interested in the day-to-day handling of e-resources in Further Education Colleges.

Summary/why you should attendUKSG training awarded the CILIP Seal of Recognition

Whilst there are similarities between the academic demands placed on both Higher Education and Further Education libraries with regard to providing users with appropriate collections of learning materials, the constraints and challenges in applying this to e-resource provision are quite different.

This seminar will focus specifically on the Further Education sector, and will address the issues and practicalities of providing and managing effective high quality e-resources collections within Further Education libraries, providing an informative day for anyone involved in the provision of e-resources in FE libraries.  There will be opportunities to hear of best practice case studies in the fields of purchasing e-resources and also in marketing techniques and strategies.  Similarly, there will be a chance to find out about usage statistics and performance indicators and how best to use these to inform your e-resource practices.

The event will also give delegates an opportunity to meet with colleagues in the FE sector for discussion, problem solving and networking. 

NBAttendance is restricted to those working in the FE sector.  Places are limited so please book early to avoid disappointment.

Fee

FE institution delegates:  £40.00 + £7.00 VAT [17.5%] (total £47.00)

The fee includes refreshments and lunch.

Venue

JISC Collections
Brettenham House
5 Lancaster Place
London
WC2E 7EN

Tel.:  020 3006 6000

Programme

10.00  Registration and coffee
 
10.30  Welcome and introduction by the Chair and UKSG representative
Graham Stone, Electronic Resources Manager, University of Huddersfield

10.40  Towards the further shore  
Tom Roper
, Information Specialist/Librarian, NHS Evidence - Eyes and Vision

11.10  Licensing online resources for HE in FE: perspectives, tips and advice
from JISC Collections
  
Liam Earney, Head of Licensing, JISC Collections  
 
11.40  Crunching the numbers – understanding the use of your e-resources
through statistics
  

Kate Price, Head of E-Strategy & Resources, University of Surrey

12.10  Lunch

13.10  Extending our reach: increasing library usage through e-resources  
Chris Skerrow, E-Resources Librarian, Hull College
Emily Armstrong, Library Manager, Hull College

13.40  E-resources on the menu: recipes for success
Anthony Beal
, Learning Resources Manager, West Cheshire College

14.10  Tea

14.30  OPAC 2.0 and beyond  
Graham Stone, Electronic Resources Manager, University of Huddersfield
(presented on behalf of Dave Pattern, Library Systems Manager, University of Huddersfield)

15.00  Improving the value of the invisible library: getting e-books into the hands of your learners
Anna Vernon
, e-books for FE Project Manager, JISC Collections

15.30  Evaluation forms and summing up

15.40  Close of seminar

How to book

This course is now fully booked.  For further information, please contact Karen Sadler by email:  karen@uksg.org or by telephone: +44(0)1865 310834

Venue location details will be sent with confirmation of booking.

Cancellations

By Thursday 25 November 2010: full refund
From Friday 26 November 2010: 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.

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