Quick Tips for Teaching Online series: “Creating an Interactive Online Student Programming Experience Supported by R and OneDrive” (Reading Time: ~5 minutes)
The Learning and Teaching Forum has uploaded a curation of new resources; session recordings, training videos and handouts on their website.
Quick Tips for Teaching Online series: Constructive alignment: using Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy in curriculum design to align teaching, learning and assessment (Reading Time: ~5 minutes)
Quick Tips for Teaching Online: 3 Strategies for Evaluating Your Online Module
Quick Tips for Teaching Online series: Spring Semester and AY 2020/'21 Wrap-Up (Reading Time: ~4 minutes)
Quick Tips for Teaching Online series: Course Design for Enhancing Social Connectedness among Online Students (Part 3)
The Learning Technology Forum team
|Organisation||Course Title||Time & Date||Registration|
|ISKO UK KOS||Introduction to Universal Decimal Classification (UDC)||25 Nov - 09 Dec||Registration|
|CILIP LIRG||How to write a literature review||
25 Jan 2022,
10:00 - 12:30
|CILIP||"Information Professionals at the heart of Digital Transformation"||3 and 4 Nov||Programme and registration|
|CILIP||Doing the right thing with user data|
9 & 10 Nov
|University of East London||London Open Research Week||25 - 29 Oct||Programme & Registration|
|RLUK Digital Shift Forum #RLUKDSF||
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? What is a Library?
|3 November, 14:00-15:00 (GMT)||Registration|
|Joint RLUK-VDB event||Building a Research Commons: Libraries as partners in the production of research||3 Dec, 09.00-11:00 (GMT) 10.00-12.00 (CET)||Registration|
|SLA Europe||Marketing to grow your service and improve engagement||27 Oct 18.00 BST||Registration|
|OASPA||Privacy and Openness||4 Nov 3.30 - 4.45 pm UTC||Registration|
|UKeiG||Interactive Tools for Online Presentations and Teaching||19 Nov 10.00-13.00||Registration|
|NAG||Making Open Access Book Funding Work Fairly|
|Teaching Skills for Library Staff first face to face training||17 Nov 9.45-4.30||Registration|
CILIP’s Skills for Leadership - Manage, Motivate and Influence, 2 half days - Thursday 28 October - Friday 29 October Registration
UK electronic information Group (UKeiG) half-day online CPD course on ‘Better Social Media for Libraries’ 10 am - 1 pm on Thursday 28th October 2021. Registration
Library Leaders Forum Sessions Register
October 20 @ 10am PT / 1pm ET – Register
October 27 @ 10am PT / 1pm ET – Register
LIEM: Motivate, Learn, Lead – Hybrid 16th November 2021contact firstname.lastname@example.org or go to Training and Development Programme – Libraries & Information East Midlands (liem.org.uk) other courses on offer go to https://www.liem.org.uk/training/
LIBER Winter Event 2021 (formerly the LIBER Mid-Term event) will take place on the 9th and 10th of December 2021 at the Vrije Universiteit in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. View the Call for Proposals here (deadline: 15 September)
Digital Badge in UDL - Oct-Dec 2021
Enhance your professional development, gain recognition and earn open badges for the development of particular skills and knowledge through open courses relevant to your teaching and learning practice.
Time Involved: Approx. 25 hours over 10 weeks, roughly 2.5 hours per week. Optional 5-hour add-on for participants interested in rolling this open course out to colleagues in the future. Webinars are recorded and meetings are scheduled around your timetable so all aspects of the course can work around your schedule.
Courses – Open Courses
Online Training from CILIP in October 2021
Half-day course: Wednesday 27 October 10-1 from LighthouseIG, in partnership with CILIP
FAIRsFAIR Repository Support Series: Using registries to improve the visibility of your repository service. Registration
UPCOMING LIBER EVENTS Programme 2021
Liber New Workshop Series – ‘Applying and Deploying Artificial Intelligence (AI) in GLAMs’. LIBER recently launched a new workshop series on the topic of ‘Applying and deploying Artificial Intelligence (AI) in GLAMs’.
See all LTF upcoming events here
UL Learning Technology Forum | UL - University of Limerick- Additional Resources
UKeiG CPD courses for the final quarter of 2021
Library Juice Courses courses for November/December
The British library: New, free online resources and training on caring for audio materials, aimed at non-specialist collection holders. Information
View all ALPSP events and training activities.
Check out all Liber webinar recordings on their YouTube channel. The most recent webinar recording from the 26th of February - How Can Libraries Help Keep Open Science Infrastructure Free and Independent?
Watch recent LIBER videos
All videos produced by CNI, including all that have been released so far from the CNI Spring 2020 Virtual Membership Meeting, are available channels on YouTube (www.youtube.com/cnivideo) and Vimeo (vimeo.com/channels/cni).
Close of Virtual Meeting (Plenary) (Clifford Lynch, Coalition for Networked Information)
Navigating Communal Rights for Digital Preservation and Open Access (Rachel Deblinger, Sharon Farb and Todd Grappone, University of California, Los Angeles) Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/423491663 YouTube: https://youtu.be/5AhAneT0rpQ
IT Guidance at the Yale University Library (Dale Hendrickson, Yale University)
The On-again, Off-again Career of Learning Analytics (Malcolm Brown, EDUCAUSE)
Transforming Scholarly Publishing at The Ohio State University (Short Update) (Maureen Walsh, The Ohio State University)
Project ReShare: Reimagining Content Delivery Networks with the User at the Center (Short Update) (Scott Garrison, Midwest Collaborative for Library Services) Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/425051059
Educause Review Improved Student Engagement in Higher Education’s Next Normal posted Tuesday, March 16, 2021
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT: Top Content in 2020
LIBER blog post, “Support SCOSS (the Global Sustainability Coalition for Open Science Services) in Providing Funding for Three Essential Services (arXiv, Redalyc/AmeliCA,and DSpace) for the Open Research Community."
OASPA blog post and report from cross-stakeholder workshops
Primary Research Group Inc. has published the International Survey of Academic Research Library Dataset Purchasing Practices, ISBN 978-157440-688-7
Open Educational Resources: The Story of Change and Evolving Perceptions. Mirela Roncevic Library Relations, Knowledge Unlatched
from the post: "What exactly has contributed to the explosion of OERs in recent years? The steep cost of textbooks and higher education in general, particularly in the United States, is frequently attributed to their popularity perhaps more than any other factor."
FYI - ACRL task force report
New blog post available on Jisc joining Sparc Europe
Blog post from Dr. Steve Albrecht in Library Service, Safety, & Security" section of Library 2.0: "Is There Hidden Bias at Your Library?"
RLUK published results of a major survey exploring the role, and potential role, of research and academic libraries as partners in, and leaders of, research.
Get the latest predictions from the latest report from Association Research Libraries (USA). They include predictions on technology and ways of working in a post covid world
The Creating Socially Distanced Campuses and Education (SDCE) Project has now published its Final Capstone Report, providing a summary of the project's outcomes.
Information Literacy Group Covid-19 and Information Literacy: A selective list of useful resources
The June issue of the Journal of Information Literacy is published and free to read and download.
Collection weeding: Innovative processes and tools to ease the burden,The Journal of Academic Librarianship May 2020
"Socially distanced on campus education: the next big question" 04 May 2020 | Doug Parkin