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    BCE @ Stirling: Mark Toole BCE @ Stirling: Mark Toole Presentation Transcript

    • BCE @ Stirling 25 May 2010 Mark Toole
    • BCE @ STIRLING
      • Background: University of Stirling
      • General BCE Activities @ Stirling
      • Specific Library BCE Activities @ Stirling
      • Conclusions & Observations
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    • UNIVERSITY OF STIRLING
      • Founded 1967
      • Small university
        • 11,500 students, 400 academic staff
        • t/o £100M
      • Discipline focus:
        • social sciences, humanities
        • some science
      • Main campus just outside Stirling
      • Smaller campuses – Inverness & Stornoway
    • UNIVERSITY B CE ACTIVITIES
      • Research & consultancy
      • CPD
      • KTPs with local employers
      • Work placements, internships
      • JobShop for local employers
      • Conferences & events
    • CULTURAL
      • Cinema
      • Theatre
      • Music & dance
      • Exhibitions
      • Pantomime
      • Art Collection & Exhibitions
      • Leighton library
    • SPORTING
      • “ Scotland’s University for Sporting Excellence”
      • Sports Facilities
        • local use
        • national use
      • Sports Organisations offices on campus
    • PRINCIPAL PARTNERS
      • Public Sector
        • eg NHS, central/regional govt, police, education, environmental
      • Voluntary Sector
        • eg housing associations, social care providers, arts groups, charities
      • Private Sector
        • mainly SMEs
    • NHS
      • Jointly funded library at Inverness campus
      • UoS manage & operate
      • UoS staff and students
      • NHS staff
      • Other students on placement
      • GPs
      • Ambulance service
    • INSTITUTIONAL REPOSITORY
      • “ STORRE”
      • Developed and operated by Information Services
      • University mandate policy
      • Free text access to research outputs
        • Third world universities
        • Journal subscriptions not required!
    • ARCHIVES
      • Wide and growing collection
      • Researchers
      • Community history
      • Advice on business archives
    • ENTERPRISE ZONE
      • Refurbishing library building
        • re-open September 2010
      • Part of one floor inside the library
      • Promoting and engaging with entrepreneurship
      • Connect local business with business resources & expertise
      • Connect UoS students with business resources & expertise (UoS, local, Scottish, international)
      • Bringing entrepreneurs into the University
      • Brokering local SMEs’ collaboration
    • CONCLUSIONS & OBSERVATIONS
      • BCE is very diverse
      • Much BCE activities are “business as usual” for libraries
      • Mindset challenges
        • “ not allowed”
        • fear of overwhelmed by user demand
      • 80/20 rule
      • Simplicity
      • Alignment with institutional BCE strategy & activities
    • Thank You! Mark Toole