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All you need to startup is KnowHow - Nicola Kerr & Zelda Chatten

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All you need to startup is KnowHow - Nicola Kerr & Zelda Chatten

  1. 1. All you need to startup is KnowHow Nicola Kerr & Zelda Chatten
  2. 2. Who are we?
  3. 3. Skills support at Liverpool
  4. 4. Liaison Librarians embedded within the curriculum Skills support at Liverpool
  5. 5. Liaison Librarians embedded within the curriculum Individual School or Faculty Skills Support Officers Skills support at Liverpool
  6. 6. Separate services: Careers, Counselling, Centre for Lifelong Learning, Disability Support Liaison Librarians embedded within the curriculum Individual School or Faculty Skills Support Officers Skills support at Liverpool
  7. 7. What is a startup? Startup company. (2016, March 16). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 14:51, March 17, 2016, from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Startup_company&oldid=710354466
  8. 8. Phase 1
  9. 9. Developing the idea
  10. 10. Make a prototype
  11. 11. Launch the prototype We were keen to test things out straight away although we knew we were launching at the wrong time and without enough publicity. But despite everything people still came
  12. 12. Look for funding We were able to clearly demonstrate a gap in the market and show potential worth investing in
  13. 13. Find early partners We didn’t want this to just be a library thing. Having an initial external partner made things feel exciting and big!
  14. 14. Develop the prototype Keep developing, changing & detangling things until you’re ready to launch the next phase
  15. 15. Phase 2
  16. 16. No brains!
  17. 17. Communication We developed a clear communication plan to ensure all stakeholders were informed
  18. 18. Buy-in We needed buy-in from across the whole library service at all levels
  19. 19. Harry Anderson, Liverpool Guild of Students President boost academic confidence achievement insightful sessions
  20. 20. Flyers Social media Website Plasma screens Face to face Email Promotion
  21. 21. Collaboration & Partnership We’ve worked with different services across the university to deliver workshops & improve the programme
  22. 22. Next steps
  23. 23. improve and grow grow and improve
  24. 24. Measure success I found the content of the session of importance which other students should attend Improve my assignments quality Great session and time well spent, and picked up so many hints and tips
  25. 25. Challenges
  26. 26. Working with external partners
  27. 27. Working with external partners Knowing when to let go!
  28. 28. Getting the message out there Working with external partners Knowing when to let go!
  29. 29. What are our Top Tips? Work collaboratively Clear brand identity Listen to stakeholders Be ambitious!
  30. 30. Future
  31. 31. Think big
  32. 32. KnowHow is Liverpool skills
  33. 33. Liverpool skills is
  34. 34. Acknowledgements Liverpool Skyline with HMS Ark Royal photo by Living OS http://www.supercoloring.com/silhouettes/liverpool- skyline piggy by Gregor Črešnar from the Noun Project Meeting by Ainsley Wagoner from the Noun Project Fireworks by Juan Pablo Bravo from the Noun Project Rabbit by julian roman from the Noun Project Knitting by Ashley Fiveash from the Noun Project Plastic Cup Phone by iconsmind.com from the Noun Project Megaphone by Oliviu Stoian from the Noun Project Purse by Dima Lagunov from the Noun Project group by Nicolas Vicent from the Noun Project Tree by Mohamed Amine BENZAKOUR from the Noun Project Ladder by EliRatus from the Noun Project Synchronized Swimming by Gilad Sotil from the Noun Project

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