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presentation from Andy Kirk of JISC RSC South East to members of AOSEC's Libraries & ICT Learning Centres network. SEEDA, Guildford November 15th 2007. The focus of the day was on Federated Access …

presentation from Andy Kirk of JISC RSC South East to members of AOSEC's Libraries & ICT Learning Centres network. SEEDA, Guildford November 15th 2007. The focus of the day was on Federated Access Management

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  • 1.  
  • 2. New faces, new resources
    • To cover
      • A) Expanding RSC team
      • Wider remit but more focused support
      • B) Review e-resource provision
      • Free JISC/ funded resources as a push for access management?
      • Opportunity to revisit existing resources?
      • Strategic implementation
  • 3. The RSC South East team as of Nov 07
  • 4. The RSC South East team By Jan 08 e-learning adviser vacancy
  • 5. We work with
    • Library staff Senior Managers
    • Network Managers
    • Staff development
    • Curriculum heads
    • Additional support / SLDD Principals
  • 6. We support….
    • Further Education VI Form
    • HEIs Specialist Colleges
    • Adult & Community Learning
    • Work-based learning
  • 7. New & existing resources
    • JISC Collections
    • JISC eBooks
    • NLN materials relaunch
    • JORUM
  • 8.
    • Recent highlights
    • Rock’s Back pages
    • Film and Sound online … free
    • Hairdressing Training …. free
    • JISC / BL Digitisation project …. free
  • 9.
    • The national e-books observatory project
    • will examine usage, assess impacts,
    • observe student behaviour and develop new
    • models to stimulate the e-books market.
    • Business, engineering, medicine, media
    • HE funded – or HE funded delivery in FE
    • Project website http://www.jiscebooksproject.org/
  • 10.
    • An old favourite
    • Hopefully bigger and better
    • Easier access – less red tape
    • More choice of personalisation
    • Web based or download
    • Org. and individual registration
    • To register - http://www.nln.ac.uk
  • 11.
    • Free repository of learning objects
    • HE / FE
    • Athens authenticated
    • Contributor / user aspects
    • Curriculum / research content
    • Librarian / support content
    • http://www.jorum.ac.uk
  • 12. (e)Collections strategy
    • With effective access management comes opportunity to ‘try again’
    • Audit resources across college
    • Rationalise, make use of what you have
    • Utilise free, JISC resources
    • Embed in VLE
    • Provide guidance on their application
    • Consider information literacy
  • 13. Andy Kirk, e-Learning Adviser JISC RSC South East
    • http://www.rsc-southeast.ac.uk
    • This presentation can be downloaded at
    • http://www.slideshare.net/rsc_southeast