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OVERVIEW

This webinar is based on experiences of working over the past two years with a number of further education (FE) colleges to help them increase engagement with digital resources and library services. It draws on the recommendations of a number of librarians/learning resources managers on how they have increased engagement with, and use of, their resources. The emphasis will be on non-technical approaches to enhance student experience, learning and teaching.

Lis Parcell will share recommendations which will be particularly useful for librarians and learning resources staff in FE colleges, but may also be of interest to staff working in smaller university library services. Participants will be encouraged to contribute their own views on the challenges they face in increasing engagement with their digital resources and library services. We will also highlight further support available from Jisc in this area. Lis will co-present with Elizabeth Newbold, Library Manager at Activate Learning.

Date: Tuesday 16 May 2017
Time: 1230 BST (British Summer Time)
Duration: 45-60 minutes including Q&A 

 

SPEAKERS

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Lis Parcell

Subject Specialist, Jisc

Read more about Lis here.

Elizabeth Newbold

Group Learning Resources Manager

Activate Learning

 

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Participants will:

  • Gain insight into the importance of engagement in delivering digital resources and library services
  • Find out recommendations from colleagues tackling the challenge of engagement in UK FE colleges
  • Find out about the support available from Jisc

Subject level and previous knowledge required:

Introductory and non-intensive, no previous knowledge or experience required.

 

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