2014 Conference
“The final frontier - to boldly go where you have never been before”
23rd
to 25th
June, University of Suss...
Sarah Wolfenden,
Brunel University
Excellence Standard project is helping us
move ‘ever upwards’.
Hannah Young,
Southampto...
Kaye Towlson &
Carol Keddie,
DeMontfort
University
Paper 19 -
Teaching and
Learning
Making the textual visual: innovative ...
Workshop 9 Wednesday 25/6 12.00 to 12.45
Presenter Key/Strand Title
Laura Connaughton,
National University of
Ireland, May...
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  1. 1. 2014 Conference “The final frontier - to boldly go where you have never been before” 23rd to 25th June, University of Sussex Workshop 1 Monday 24/6 15.25 to 16.10 Presenter Key/Strand Title Emma Hadfield, Thomas Rotherham College Paper 1 – Teaching & Learning E-Safety Advocates – Working with Young people to Raise Awareness Val Stevenson, Liverpool John Moores University Paper 2 – Research Support Creating a Centre of Excellence in Popular Culture… using special collections and archives to generate, develop and support research and scholarship Anne Middleton, Newcastle University Paper 3 – Shared Services “Assimilate this!” Re-energising information enquiry services through collaboration and cultural change Sara Osman & Leila Kassir, University of the Arts London Paper 4 – Learning Spaces Becoming more inclusive: our journey at University of the Arts London Andrew Hall, OCLC Paper 5 – Electronic Resources Meeting the E-Resources Challenge – An OCLC Report Aalia Oosman, Taylor & Francis & Roisin Gwyer, Portsmouth University Paper 6 - CPD Informing the future of academic librarianship: trends and issues identified by content analysis of New Review of Academic Librarianship Workshop 2 Monday 23/6 16.30 to 17.15 Presenter Key/Strand Title Lilian Tsang-Philips, Northumbria University Paper 7 - CPD Evolving LIS research trends and the future of the profession Susan Shreeve and Emma Delaney, University of the West of England Paper 8 – Teaching & Learning Value and impact of librarians’ embedded IL teaching on student skills development Allan Parsons, University of Westminster Paper 9 – Research Support Re-configuring academic practice and the research ecology Virginia Power, Bridgwater College Paper 10 – Electronic Resources Bringing the outside world in: inclusive practice in information and library services provision Joshua Jenkins & Holly Singleton, Anglia Ruskin University Paper 11 – Learning Spaces Open Day – give us your money Christopher Jones, University for the Creative Arts Paper 12 - Teaching and Learning Bringing the studio into the library: arts based research and the challenges for information literacy Workshop 3 Tuesday 24/6 10.50 to 11.35 Presenter Key/Strand Title Rob Wannerton & Paper 13 - CPD Excelsior: How the Customer Service
  2. 2. Sarah Wolfenden, Brunel University Excellence Standard project is helping us move ‘ever upwards’. Hannah Young, Southampton Solent University Paper 14 - Teaching and Learning Embedding blending learning in library training sessions: Can self-assessment and reflection encourage engagement? Combining WHY with HOW through online feedback Robin Burgess, The Glasgow School of Art Paper 15 - Research Support Improved research support and data management at The Glasgow School of Art through the application of RADAR and integration of RDM policies Craigie-Lee Paterson and Cathryn Peppard, Goldsmiths, University of London Paper 16 - Shared Services Using RefAnalytics to analyse library service provisions and performance Elaine Mulholland, St Mary’s University College, Belfast Paper 18 – Electronic Resources E-books: the inside story Workshop 4 Tuesday 24/6 11.35 to 12.20 Presenter Key/Strand Title Genevieve Clarke, The Reading Agency & Kathryn Wallis, Peterborough Regional College Paper 28 - Teaching and Learning Everyone’s a winner: the six book challenge in colleges Catherine Pink and Lizz Jennings, University of Bath Paper 20 - Research Support Reviewing data management plans Annuskha Donin, University of Portsmouth Paper 21 - Electronic Resources The role of digitisation in the increasingly accessible academic library Greg Bennett, University of Essex Paper 22 - Learning Spaces The Forum: a new library with three partners: a university, a college and a public library service Workshop 5 Tuesday 24/6 12.25 to 13.10 Presenter Key/Strand Title Sharon Reid, Loughborough University Paper 24 - Teaching and Learning Lovin’ leisure reading! Encouraging students to up their game with a good book. Beth Hall, Bangor University & Robin Rice, The University of Edinburgh Paper 25 - Research Support New roles in delivering research data management services Katherine Rose, Regent’s University London Paper 26 - Electronic Resources Engaging users in your discovery service: promotion and persuasion in an academic context (working title) Andy Horton, Regent’s University London Paper 27 - Learning Spaces The library on the edge of forever: adapting library space to changing times Workshop 6 Tuesday 24/6 13.15 to 14.00 Presenter Key/Strand Title
  3. 3. Kaye Towlson & Carol Keddie, DeMontfort University Paper 19 - Teaching and Learning Making the textual visual: innovative visual techniques to facilitate student engagement with information literacy Stéphane Goldstein, Research Information Network & Jane Secker, London School of Economics and Political Science Paper 29 - Research Support A common-sense approach to describing, reviewing and evaluating information literacy training Georgina Cronin, Cambridge Judge Business School & Meg Westbury, Wolfson College, Cambridge University Paper 30 - Electronic Resources Developing a social media policy for small academic libraries Fatos Eren Bilgen & Stephen Soanes, University of Warwick Paper 31 - Learning Spaces From shiny library spaces to a home for postgraduate life Workshop 7 Tuesday 24/6 15.15 to 16.00 Presenter Key/Strand Title Hazel Rothera, Oxford Brookes University Paper 32 - CPD How I learned to (mostly) stop worrying and love action research Siobhán Dunne, Dublin City University Paper 33 - Teaching and Learning Learning on the job or is that the library lab? Developing skills programmes for future careers Tracey Totty, Middlesbrough College Paper 34 - Shared Services Google Drive and Enquiries Suzanne Tatham & Stuart Lamore, University of Sussex Paper 35 - Electronic Resources “Gloriously straightforward”: removing barriers to resource discovery Maria Bell, Jane Secker & Ellen Wilkinson, London School of Economics and Political Science Paper 36 - Teaching and Learning Ensuring LSE undergraduates gallop to success: emerging findings from the Student Ambassadors for Digital Literacy (SADL) Project Workshop 8 Wednesday 25/6 11.10 to 11.55 Presenter Key/Strand Title Gursh Sangha, Copyright Licensing Agency Paper 37 - Electronic Resources The Copyright Licensing Agency’s (The CLA) Licences for further and higher education: adding value to teaching and learning in universities and colleges Adele Martin-Bowtell & Rebekah Taylor, University for the Creative Arts Paper 38 - Teaching and Learning To boldly go… into the Archive Andrew Whitworth, University of Manchester Paper 39 - CPD Mapping the information landscape: Techniques from the Bibliotek i Endring (Changing Libraries) project Richard Hughes, Perth College UHI & Paper 40 - Shared Services The Rowan Partnership: a model for implementing a sustainable shared service
  4. 4. Workshop 9 Wednesday 25/6 12.00 to 12.45 Presenter Key/Strand Title Laura Connaughton, National University of Ireland, Maynooth Paper 42 - Shared Services Gathering Meaningful Statistics: Using KnowAll Enquire at John Paul II Library, National University of Ireland, Maynooth Gaz J Johnson, Nottingham Trent University Paper 43 – Research Support The Long Song and the Panopticon: Open access, universities and cultural hegemony Kirsty Carver & Sophie North, Bradford University Paper 44 - CPD Moving towards a more culturally aware library through food, film and discussion Anne Worden & Kate Humby, University of Portsmouth Paper 45 - Electronic Resources Partnering with academic deans to pay for online reading list help Jon Purcell, Durham University & David Errington, Newcastle University Paper 46 - Learning Spaces Learning spaces: giving the students what they want or what they think they want Anna Enos, University of the Highlands and Islands Andrew Walsh, University of Huddersfield Paper 41 - Teaching and Learning Creating an information literacy game

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