600 years and not standing still        how one academic liaison team        responds to the ever changing            need...
• University is 600 years old• Long history of research, especially  in the sciences• Active increase in research in the  ...
New Academic Liaison Team Structure
Sessions for interdisciplinary                               research teams  Building on existingengagement and known     ...
Research support needs?        Guidance pack
Opportunities for                  discussion                   feedback                and learning‘Teaching slide’, embe...
Times change so must we
Finding out what might workDeliver and Discuss Share and CollaborateResearch Policy Office -    Internal and External Proc...
Journal Hosting Servicehttp://ojs.st-andrews.ac.uk/
What has a Journal HostingService got to do with Information            Literacy?
What Next?• An increase in demand for training  sessions on bibliometrics and SCOPUS• Supporting RPO and Schools as we get...
Any questions?Hilda McNaeJackie ProvenJanet AucockVicki Cormie
Cormie Proven Aucock & McNae - 600 years and not standing still: how one academic liaison team responds to the ever changi...
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Cormie Proven Aucock & McNae - 600 years and not standing still: how one academic liaison team responds to the ever changing needs of the research community

  1. 1. 600 years and not standing still how one academic liaison team responds to the ever changing needs of the research communityHilda McNaeJackie ProvenJanet AucockVicki Cormie
  2. 2. • University is 600 years old• Long history of research, especially in the sciences• Active increase in research in the 1980s• But consequential lack of funding in the support services until a few years ago
  3. 3. New Academic Liaison Team Structure
  4. 4. Sessions for interdisciplinary research teams Building on existingengagement and known queries
  5. 5. Research support needs? Guidance pack
  6. 6. Opportunities for discussion feedback and learning‘Teaching slide’, embedded in article
  7. 7. Times change so must we
  8. 8. Finding out what might workDeliver and Discuss Share and CollaborateResearch Policy Office - Internal and External Processes for theLibrary REF. REF module for CRIS (Current Research Information System)Library – Research Policy Experience of teaching bibliographicOffice management software, databases and bibliometrics.
  9. 9. Journal Hosting Servicehttp://ojs.st-andrews.ac.uk/
  10. 10. What has a Journal HostingService got to do with Information Literacy?
  11. 11. What Next?• An increase in demand for training sessions on bibliometrics and SCOPUS• Supporting RPO and Schools as we get closer to 2014• Increasing emphasis on Managing Research Data – what role should Academic Liaison Team take• Another 600 years!
  12. 12. Any questions?Hilda McNaeJackie ProvenJanet AucockVicki Cormie

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