Teaching Non-library Academic Skills [Event Ref. No. TG3/SKIL]
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The announcement of the Higher Education White Paper has proposed the introduction the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF). Universities are increasingly going to be measured on three metrics, one of which will be graduate earnings and employability. Academic libraries can contribute and at the same time raise their profile within their own institutions through the work of academic skills programmes, helping students to develop the key skills (‘graduate attributes’) they are able to take out into the world of work. This event looks at how libraries are bringing support departments together across institutions and assisting in the development of programmes that improve both students’ academic skills but also their future employability.
13.00-13.30 – Registration and refreshments
13.30-13.40 – Welcome
13.40 -14.15 – Enhancing Academic Skills: from concept to delivery in 6 weeks
Caroline Lloyd Director of Student, Academic & Learning Services, Goldsmiths, University of London
This session will look at how the Library, Careers, Student Services and the Centre for English Language and Academic Writing (CELAW) were brought together to lead a series of workshops designed to enable students to improve their academic skills and achieve a certificate to gain recognition for their participation. This enabled the library to increase its profile and reputation across Goldsmiths.
14.15- 15.00 – Under one banner, collaboration or competition Jane Shelley, Subject Librarian, Anglia Ruskin University
This session will look at Anglia Ruskin’s experience of working with student services to develop a programme of study and information skills support both on site and online.
15.00 – 15.20 – Break
15.20 – 16.05 Why Can’t I Just Use Google? Embedding Information Literacy Skills Teaching in Departmental Programmes, Queen Mary, University of London
Martin Beeson: Teaching and Learning Support Manager
Rich Evans: Faculty Liaison Librarian – Humanities and Social Sciences
Paula Funnell: Faculty Liaison Librarian – Medicine and Dentistry
James Soderman: Faculty Liaison Librarian – Science and Engineering
This session will explore the challenges, collaborations and benefits of achieving embedded information literacy teaching initiatives, highlighting examples from the three faculty areas at Queen Mary, University of London.
16.05 – 16.15 Plenary and close
UUK Boardroom, Woburn House Conference Centre, 20 Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9HQ
Website – http://www.woburnhouse.co.uk/
£80 for members and £112 for other institutions.
Cancellations less than one week before the event will be charged a 50% cancellation fee. In the event of a ‘no-show’ on the day, the full fee will be charged.
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