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Jospeh Norwood and Suzanne Tatham CDG2012 Creating collaborative CPD opportunities

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'Creating collaborative CPD opportunities - a CILIP sub-branch perspective' - Suzanne Tatham and Joseph Norwood, both of the University of Sussex, at the CDG National Conference in Birmingham on 18 …

'Creating collaborative CPD opportunities - a CILIP sub-branch perspective' - Suzanne Tatham and Joseph Norwood, both of the University of Sussex, at the CDG National Conference in Birmingham on 18 July 2012, described the collaborative opportunities that can be created within an active CILIP sub-branch.

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  • 1. Creating Collaborative CPD OpportunitiesA CILIP sub-branch perspective
  • 2. Sussex sub-branchRepresenting the interests of CILIP members across the region
  • 3. Communities of practice “learning andparticipating ina practice we negotiate an identity” (Cox 2012)
  • 4. Communities of practice “continuous reinvention of practice as learning; communal possibilities in practice and practice-as-a- perspective” (Cox 2012)
  • 5. Communities of practiceA shift of focus from professional development to “Continual Professional Learning” (Webster-Wright 2012)
  • 6. CILIP is currentlylooking at ways to update its CPD programme
  • 7. Brighton Library TeachMeetWe create opportunities for collaboration
  • 8. We support online networking
  • 9. We help people develop a broader view of the profession“Becoming a CILIP sub-branch member… enabled me to meet a number of local professionals who have offered valuable insight into the profession”
  • 10. Working within asub-branch team is valuable experience in itself
  • 11. “My ACLIP application was my main reason for joining the committee... It has helped my professional development in ways I had notanticipated and I now have more to offer to my employers.”
  • 12. Thank you for listening Images fromSuzanne Tatham • Pete HoganTeaching & Learning Support • ZilverbatLibrarian • Enoksons.tatham@sussex.ac.uk • Mathieu Struck • Kelp1966Joseph Norwood • See-ming Lee 李思明 SMLCareers Information Assistant Via Flickrj.norwood@sussex.ac.uk • Cox, A. M. (2012). An exploration of the practice approach and its place in information science.Quotes from: Journal of Information Science, 38(2), 176.Ed Boyden • Webster-Wright, A. (2009). Reframing professionalClair Muller development through understanding authenticJanneke Lie professional learning. Review of EducationalAudrey Marshall Research, 79(2), 702-739.