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A collaboration in developing a BA (Hons) in Professional Practice, Libraries and Information Management

A collaboration in developing a BA (Hons) in Professional Practice, Libraries and Information Management

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  • 1. Moving towards
    Professional Status in
    Libraries &
    Information
    Management:
    a route for
    experienced library
    and information staff to
    achieving
    BA (Hons)
  • 2. Earn your
    BA (Hons) Professional Practice (Information & Libraries Management)
    by following …
  • 3. SAMPLE PATHWAY TO PROFESSIONAL STATUS…..
    Experience
    Content Modules
    Work Based Project
    Formal Learning
    Content Modules
    Work Based Project
  • 4. NEGOTIATE YOUR AWARD TITLE WHEN PLANNING YOUR PROGRAMME. THE HONORS DEGREE IS
    BA PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE (LIBRARY & INFORMATION MANAGEMENT). WHAT’S INSIDE THE
    BRACKETS REPRESENTS YOUR KNOWLEDGE & LEARNING. FOR INSTANCE YOU MAY CLAIM
    THAT YOUR KNOWLEDGE IS IN HEALTH INFORMATION HENCE, YOU MAY NEGOTIATE
    AN AWARD TITLE EG (HEALTH INFORMATION MANAGEMENT). THE TABLE BELOW INDICATES THE
    COMPOSITION OF AWARDS AT UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL IN MIDDLESEX
  • 5. Who’s doing what?
    INFORMING CURRICULUM VIA BODY OF PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE
    UNIVERSITY-LEVEL LEARNING IN THE WORKPLACE
    INFORMATION & LIBRARY MANAGEMENT KNOWLEDGE
    FACILITATING AND ADVISING THE COLLABORATION
  • 6. Learn while you earn – a hybrid model of learning combining
    both traditional Higher Education and Work based Learning.
    Using this framework – a collaboration between Middlesex University’s
    Work based Learning Framework and Thames Valley University’s Library
    & Information Management modules, you can achieve a degree where you
    can negotiate your award title. On achieving an award, CILIP will be in a
    position to progress your Professional Status.
  • 7. In order to understand
    Work Based Learning in
    Higher Education
    look at the traditional approach to
    learning in universities…
  • 8. Traditional model of Higher Education…
    Students come to the University
  • 9. University tells you everything
    they think you need to know ..
  • 10. whereas ….
  • 11. Work Based Learning Model of Education
    You tell the university what you know and how you learned it ….
  • 12. And the university accredits what you have learned at work
  • 13. Work Based Learning
    recognises what you already
    know and have learned through work …
    for instance it could be …
  • 14. MANAGING RESOURCES
  • 15. or,
  • 16. LIBRARY DESIGN& SPACE PLANNING
  • 17. or,
  • 18. Organizing
    knowledge
  • 19. or,
  • 20. Harnessing ICT
  • 21. Earn your
    BA (Hons) Professional Practice (Information & Libraries Management)
    by…
  • 22. DEMONSTRATING
    KNOWLEDGE & LEARNING
    THROUGH
    EVIDENCE & REFLECTION
  • 23. DEVELOPING KNOWLEDGE THROUGH
    Content modules
    +
    Work based projects
  • 24. When can you start? Autumn 2010
    Deadline for Applications is SEPTEMBER 10, 2010
    SEP
    6
    SEP
    9
    SEP
    10
    SEP
    7
    SEP
    11
    SEP
    8
    SEP
    12
    THE PROGRAMME COMMENCES ON 27TH SEPTEMBER
    TO ENSURE YOUR PLACE GET YOUR APPLICATION IN AS EARLY AS POSSIBLE
  • 25. Further information from:
    Michael Martin, Adviser, Qualifications & Professional Development
    Michael.Martin@cilip.org.uk
    Rosemary McGuinness, Programme Leader & WBL components,
    r.mcguinness@mdx.ac.uk
    Avni Shah, WBL administrator – application pack & fee information
    a.shah@mdx.ac.uk
    Stephen Roberts & Tony Olden, Senior Lecturers, for information on
    content modules Stephen.Roberts@tvu.ac.uk, tony.olden@tvu.ac.uk
    Roy Baldwin, Strategic overview of collaboration
    roy@creativegateway.com
  • 26. Work Based Learning
    Professional Practice
    Libraries &
    Information Management
    Programme Development
    Rosemary McGuinness June 2010