Library and Student Services working together [TG3/SERVICES]
Date(s) - 08/09/2022
10:00 am - 12:30 pm
How can we work successfully with our Student Services colleagues to deliver our services? This event explores the ways that Libraries are working together with Student Services. Presenters will cover how their libraries are working with and alongside Student Services. They will share the impact it’s had on their services and the benefits for the students.
10.05 Alan Doherty, London South Bank University – ‘Student enquiry customer services model at LSBU’
10.45 Marion Lewis, University of Surrey – ‘The Hive way of working – a new approach to support student experience at the University of Surrey’
11.25 Matthew Lawson, Middlesex University – ‘Libraries and student services: a perfect match?’
12.05 Open Q&A for all 3 speakers
Alan Doherty: Head of Customer Services in Library and Learning Resources at LSBU including responsibility for frontline service delivery, health and safety, learning spaces, and for student enquiry management both across LLR services themselves (library and student IT support) and in terms of joining up wider first line student enquiry teams in the University.
Over 20 years previous experience in library roles including training, document delivery, acquisitions, team and site management
Marion Lewis: Team Leader front of house in the Customer and Business Support Team reporting to the Associate Director (Student Experience) and working with the Team Leader Circulation and Access Dan Herbert. I am responsible for front line service delivery at the Library and Learning Hive. We jointly manage the team who provide a single service point for face to face enquiries in the Library Building. We are part of a University wide enquiry management system for email enquiries. We share a chat service with IT and a number of other student facing teams and still provide telephone support – shortly through a teams solution. We are now working closely with the MySurreyHive (Student Services) and the Academic Hives for the three Faculties.
I have 14 years of experience in a customer facing role at the University of Surrey Library.
Matthew Lawson is Director of Library & Student Support at Middlesex University in north London, having previously worked at King’s College London and London South Bank University as well as in public libraries. During his time at Middlesex he led the implementation of free personal etextbooks for all students in partnership with Kortext; and led a coalition of services providing emergency support to students during the pandemic. He is currently leading the student experience aspects of the new University strategy and until recently was chair of the M25 Consortium of Academic Libraries
£50.00 non member institutions
Information for joining:
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