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Influencing and leading the
Learning and Teaching
strategic agenda
Anna O’Neill
Director of Learning and Information Servi...
Setting the agenda
•What do you want to
achieve?
•Where can you make
the difference?
•Who needs to be
influenced?
Learning
•L&T committee
•Academic Standards
Committee
•Research Committee
ChiReadingLists (Talis Aspire)
•Online reading lists
required for
programme
handbooks
•Principal Lecturers
•Feature of L&T...
ChiPrints (Eprints)
•REF2020
•Research Data
•Postgraduate Centre
Teaching
•Teaching and Learning
Accommodation
Group
•AMB & Tech Park (new
buildings)
•CPD / external Moodle
/Instructional...
ChiPlayer (Panopto)
Fine Art department have
“moved to record all the
formal, lecture-driven
aspects… so students
could re...
To set the agenda – think about
the outcome!
a.oneill@chi.ac.uk
Informing &
Influencing strategy
Jane Gosling
Head of Library & Digital Support
Plymouth University
Talis Insight, April 2...
Organisation
Service
Strategy
Talis Insight, April 2016
Top down &
Bottom up
Talis Insight, April 2016
Opportunities
Talis Insight, April 2016
Examples
• Research support
• Information management
• Student experience – 24/7,
loans policy
• Aspire reading lists & DL...
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Library approaches to influencing and leading the institutional strategic agenda - Anna O'Neill and Jane Gosling | Talis Insight Europe 2016

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Library approaches to influencing and leading the institutional strategic agenda - Anna O'Neill and Jane Gosling | Talis Insight Europe 2016

  1. 1. Video Delivery Partner
  2. 2. Influencing and leading the Learning and Teaching strategic agenda Anna O’Neill Director of Learning and Information Services
  3. 3. Setting the agenda •What do you want to achieve? •Where can you make the difference? •Who needs to be influenced?
  4. 4. Learning •L&T committee •Academic Standards Committee •Research Committee
  5. 5. ChiReadingLists (Talis Aspire) •Online reading lists required for programme handbooks •Principal Lecturers •Feature of L&T Festival
  6. 6. ChiPrints (Eprints) •REF2020 •Research Data •Postgraduate Centre
  7. 7. Teaching •Teaching and Learning Accommodation Group •AMB & Tech Park (new buildings) •CPD / external Moodle /Instructional design
  8. 8. ChiPlayer (Panopto) Fine Art department have “moved to record all the formal, lecture-driven aspects… so students could revisit the often complex content” Best Practice Case Study Annual Monitoring 2014-15
  9. 9. To set the agenda – think about the outcome! a.oneill@chi.ac.uk
  10. 10. Informing & Influencing strategy Jane Gosling Head of Library & Digital Support Plymouth University Talis Insight, April 2016
  11. 11. Organisation Service Strategy Talis Insight, April 2016
  12. 12. Top down & Bottom up Talis Insight, April 2016
  13. 13. Opportunities Talis Insight, April 2016
  14. 14. Examples • Research support • Information management • Student experience – 24/7, loans policy • Aspire reading lists & DLE Talis Insight, April 2016
  15. 15. Video Delivery Partner

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