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Bradaíl - Seachain í thar aon rud eile! [Plagiarism - Avoid it at all Costs!] - Presentation given by Jennifer Collery, Liaison Librarian at University College Dublin Library, Dublin, Ireland at CONUL ACIL Annual Information Literacy Seminar, 11th June, 2014 at Trinity College Dublin

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  1. 1. The seed Mark Hofstetter, 2006
  2. 2. Development Partners • Clár Ní Bhuachalla, Bord na Gaeilge UCD • Ian Ó Caoimh, School of UCD School of Irish, Celtic Studies, Irish Folklore & Linguistics
  3. 3. IAN Ó CAOIMH - NARRATION
  4. 4. The voice: Ian Ó Caoimh The Equipment: audio-technica USB Microphone: AT2020 Image courtesy of Dead Beat Productions
  5. 5. BEST PRACTICE IN PROVIDING IRISH LANGUAGE RESOURCES Clár Ní Bhuachalla, Bord na Gaeilge, UCD
  6. 6. Timing Nathan Nelson, 2005
  7. 7. Equal Access
  8. 8. Equal Access
  9. 9. Equal Quality
  10. 10. Equal Quality
  11. 11. Publicity “Active Offer” • Excellent resources can be under-used if not advertised • Joint approach • Bord na Gaeilge promoted to contact in the Irish Language community and learners, as well as on their e-newsletter & publications • Library Twitter, Facebook, Website, Teaching & Learning Committees, UCD Library Newsletter shared on professional lists, JORUM, OER Commons, Conferences
  12. 12. Results “…Bord na Gaeilge UCD was delighted with the return on its investment …. It considers the tutorial to be an excellent resource not only for students of the language but for many Irish speaking students within other UCD schools including its own scholarship students and those from Gaeltacht areas.” (Clár Ní Bhuachalla, 2014)
  13. 13. The numbers March 2014 - present • Page views = 216 • Average viewing time =6.06 • Actual length of tutorial ~ 8 minutes • Good result compared to actual length of tutorial
  14. 14. OERs: Share the cake AND the recipe • JORUM & OER Commons – featured blog post for St. Patrick’s Day along with ITT’s tutorials (http://find.jorum.ac.uk/resources/18556) • Professional email Lists • Sharing resources opens doors professional to new and exciting cross- institutional collaborations Image copyright Anna Shawkey, 2010
  15. 15. Quality Irish Language Resource in the Public Domain available for re-use • St. Patrick’s College Drumcronda (Linking to tutorial from Library website) • Coláiste na hÉireann/Gaelchultúr (Linking to tutorial from Library website) • Laura Connaughton, NUI Maynooth looking to re-adapt and brand tutorial to use at Maynooth
  16. 16. Go raibh maith agaibh le héisteach Ceisteanna? Jenny Collery jennifer.collery@ucd.ie Tel: 01 716 7097 @JennMColl
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