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Anne Rowlands talk at the ALRG London and south east groups first meeting: 9th May 2012 …

Anne Rowlands talk at the ALRG London and south east groups first meeting: 9th May 2012
Outlining the merger process CoFHE and UC+R groups are undergoing.

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  • 1. Anne Rowlands Co-Chair ARLGLRC Manager INTO UEA
  • 2.  Landmark move allows institutions to take significant step forward in higher education provision. FE colleges will be able to offer their own foundation degrees for the first time in a landmark step towards institutions obtaining full degree-awarding powers. NCG - formerly known as Newcastle College Group - has been granted foundation degree-awarding powers, following lengthy scrutiny by the Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA). New College Durham has also been given the green light. TES Newspaper on 5 August, 2011 | By: Stephen Exley
  • 3.  Branches and Groups meeting March 2011 Pilot Special Interest Groups Changes in HE in provision Commonality Activities overlap e.g. joint conferences
  • 4.  Brainstorming sessionsActing chair and treasurer UC&RSecretary CoFHE Name Timescales Aborted attempt at EGM Questionnaire to members Request sent to council Council agreed merger
  • 5.  What was discussed?Core valuesCommitment to CPDDedication to best practiceCommitment to communicate national andregional issues of interestForum for information professionals to networkCommitment to promote the sector to future newand existing professionals and employers
  • 6.  To engage with “professional” issues of interest to information professionals working in Further Education, Higher Education and Research Libraries and to shape all levels of academic libraries of the future.
  • 7.  Time scale for completion Boundaries/geographical areas Questions regarding balance of committee Time line of events  Joint publication  Joint event  Logo  Conference  Finance  Regional committees
  • 8.  Mailing lists Associate members e.g. Isle of Man What ICT support can CILIP offer?
  • 9.  Time Answers from CILIP Trying to keep everyone informed Up to date lists of members
  • 10.  Logo Committee selection Groups/circles names and committee selection Training Conference Training day Ensuring what members want is delivered feedback from questionnaire Review 1 year on
  • 11. Co chairs – Anne Rowlands Amanda PoultonSecretary – Colin SawersTreasurer – Christopher CipkinOther members, Liz Kerr, Nick Roe, Samantha Gavaghan, Carole Gray, Craigie-Lee Paterson, Charlotte Smith, Helen Westmancott, Virginia Power, Carol Parker, Ian Cockrill
  • 12.  CILIP web site being refreshed has to be completed by Feb 2013. Input from Branches and Groups as to what they want on the web site Publications - this will be discussed at the first committee meeting Relay and CoFHE Bulletin
  • 13. Great Expectations: what do students want and how do we deliver?Newcastle University, 25-27 June 2012(Lindisfarne Room - Exhibitors, tea, coffee and lunch)Workshops and presentations covering the following strands:Student ExperienceSkilling the Workforce for the FutureCollaboration and PartnershipExpectations in a Digital WorldMeasuring Impact and QualityConfirmed keynote/plenary speakers:John Hogan, Registrar at Newcastle UniversityTony Durcan, Director of Culture, Libraries and Lifelong Learning at Newcastle City CouncilLiz Jolly, Director, Library and Information Services, Teesside UniversityPaul Abernethy (President) Liverpool Student UnionGala Dinner Speaker:G P Taylor http://www.gptaylor.info/ FULLY BOOKED