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  • My name is Andrew Eynon, I’m the editor of the new edition of the CoFHE guidelines The good news is I’m the last speaker – the bad news is that although you’re probably already suffering from Powerpoint fatigue I’m here to do two presentations –one on CoFHE Guidelines and the other on quality toolkits in Learning Resources

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  • 1. 7 th Edition CoFHE Guidelines Andrew Eynon Coleg Llandrillo Editor CoFHE Guidelines
  • 2. Who are CoFHE? CILIP – Chartered Institute of Library & Information Professionals CoFHE – Colleges of Further & Higher Education group CoLRiC – Council for Learning Resources in Colleges
  • 3. What are the CoFHE Guidelines? Guidelines for the management and delivery of learning resource provision in FE
  • 4. Or in other words The FE librarian’s bible
  • 5. Who are the Guidelines aimed at?
    • FE Learning Resource Managers
    • FE librarians
    • FE librarians in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland
    • FE managers
  • 6. What is the rationale for the new edition?
    • To include quantitative performance indicators
    • To make use of the results of the CILIP FE survey (2003)
    • To ensure FE library practitioners have access to up to date and wide ranging information and advice on learning resource provision
    • To make 10 key recommendations for LR provision
  • 7. Background to the guidelines
    • Editorial team
    • UK wide
    • Specific content responsibilities
  • 8. Editorial team
    • Lin Watson (Exeter College) – Staffing and library environment/design
    • Carole Gray (Dundee College) – Collection management and accessibility
    • Kathy Ennis (CILIP) – Facilitating Learning and advocacy/promotion
    • Andrew Eynon – Quality and financial management
  • 9. What’s new?
    • The title
      • Guidelines for colleges: recommendations for learning resources
  • 10. What’s new?
    • New sections
    • Quantitative performance indicators
    • Updated management checklist
    • Updated design specifics
    • Recommendations
  • 11. New sections
    • Facilitating Learning
    • Promotion & Advocacy
    • Accessibility
  • 12. Revised sections
    • Quality framework
    • Human resources
    • Finance
    • Learning materials
    • Learning environment
  • 13. Quantitative performance indicators
    • Based on actual student numbers
    • Are minimum recommendations
    • Set 10 key PIs
    • Not based on the size of college
  • 14. 10 Key PIs
    • Floor space
    • Study spaces
    • Stock (figures for books, AV and periodicals)
    • Budget
    • Open access PCs
    • Staffing (ratios for professional, non-professional & ICT staff)
    • Opening hours
  • 15. What else is new?
    • Updated management checklist
    • Updated design specifics
    • 10 Key Recommendations
  • 16. What stage are the guidelines at?
    • Published on 14 Feb 2005
    • Cost £19.95
  • 17. Thank you
    • Editorial team
    • Other contributors
  • 18. Useful websites
    • CILIP FE Survey
      • www.cilip.org.uk/practice/research.html
    • CILIP HE in FE Guidelines
      • www.cilip.org.uk/professionalguidance/post16/heinfe
    • CoFHE
      • www.cilip.org.uk/cofhe
  • 19. Any questions?