“Library Matters” at Learning and Teaching Conference 2015

 

Library Matters

Learning and Teaching Conference

Theme “Higher Education on the Move – New Ways of Learning and Teaching”

Tuesday 7th July  - Afternoon Session Group  TM1-41  3 pm

Library Matters: Developing Learners Information Skills for Study and Employment 

with Senior Academic Liaison Librarian Anne Foley and Denise Adams

Library Matters icon Library Matters is an open resource that will help you learn how to find and use information you need for your studies and assessments.  It has been designed for undergraduates, but will be useful for students at all levels of study.

Conference Full Programme

09.30 – 10.00  Registration  – Tea & coffee

 10.00 – 10.20  Welcome from the Vice-Chancellor,  Professor John Raftery

10.20 – 11.00  Question Time – Student & Staff panel fielding audience questions on the conference theme. Chaired by Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Professor Peter McCaffery

11.00 – 12.30  Morning sessions: presentations

12.30 – 13.30  LUNCH – stalls, displays & posters and Buffet lunch

13.30 – 3.00  Keynote Address  Professor Mick Healey

15.00 – 16.30  Afternoon sessions: presentations and/or workshops

16.30 – 18.00  Conference Reception  - Drinks & snacks

Presentation of University Teaching Fellowship awards

To get a feeling for the range of topics related to our Conference theme, please see the following links:

 Flexible pedagogies: new pedagogical ideas

 The Journal of Educational Innovation, Partnership and Change

Case Studies of Student-Staff Partnerships http://can.jiscinvolve.org/wp/case-studies/

 

 

 

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