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
Virtual Poster Session - Invitation From Koç University Library
Academic and Research Libraries in the whirlwind of a pandemic: A trap or a chance for transformation
How to capture a moment in history – the Royal College of Nursing digital archive
(Commentary) Dawn Williams, Royal College of Nursing
Libraries: the most truly democratic space? (Poster)
(Commentary) Sara Burnett and Elizabeth Malone, Kingston University
(Commentary) Neil Dixon and Sarah Elsegood, Anglia Ruskin Universit
Re-envisioning the library assistant role at the Royal College of Nursing: A day in the life (Poster)
(Commentary) Phil Segall, Royal College of Nursing
Online Training from CILIP in September & October 2021
Two part course: Thursday 9 September 10-1 and Thursday 16 September 10-1 from Naomi Korn Associates, in partnership with CILIP
Two part course: Tuesday 12 October 10-1 and Tuesday 19 October 10-1 from TheKnowledgeBusiness, in partnership with CILIP
Two part course: Thursday 14 October 10-1 and Thursday 21 October 10-1 from Naomi Korn Associates, in partnership with CILIP
Half-day course: Wednesday 27 October 10-1 from LighthouseIG, in partnership with CILIP
ALPSP Open Access Books: Where are we now, where are we going?
Save the date: Wednesday 20 October | Register your interest. More details to be announced soon.
FAIRsFAIR Repository Support Series: Using registries to improve the visibility of your repository service. Registration
OAI12 – The Geneva Workshop on Innovations in Scholarly Communication will be held virtually from 6-10 September 2021.
10 Tips for the Perfect Pitch. 16th September 2021 : 10.00-11.15 A great idea is nothing if nobody believes in it. How to identify what's dazzling about your idea then craft that into a simple but irresistible pitch. Costs: Costs: £40 LIEM members, £60 non LIEM members. Booking Form
UPCOMING LIBER EVENTS Programme 2021
Liber Emerging Leaders Programme. This high-level seminar (6th - 8th October) is aimed at the next generation of senior leaders at European research libraries.
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’.
Library Juice Courses courses for July/August
The British library: New, free online resources and training on caring for audio materials, aimed at non-specialist collection holders. Information
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
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
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