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Making the modern academic librarian: the Supporting Researchers in the 21st Century Programme - Sewell


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Making the modern academic librarian: the Supporting Researchers in the 21st Century Programme - Sewell

  1. 1. Making the Modern Academic Librarian The Supporting Researchers in the 21st Century Programme Good Fair Nearly 500 staff across libraries and levels 72% rated sessions as excellent Over 30 events for library staff in 2016 Interactive workshops and hands on training Designed & presented by Claire Sewell, Research Support Skills Coordinator, Office of Scholarly Communication, Cambridge University. Email: Competing priorities and workloads can make finding time to attend formal training difficult. As a result of feedback we are investigating blended learning approaches and making all static content available via Moodle as default.We also continue to respond to developments in scholarly communication by increasing the range of training we offer and work with staff to offer tailored training opportunities. What? Open to all Cambridge library staff and running year round, Supporting Researchers aims to educate and inform about the rapidly evolving area of scholarly communication. Using a mixture of workshops and formal training the programme aims to ensure that staff are fully equipped to support the Cambridge research community in the 21st century. Why?Scholarly communication is the process of scholars sharing their research findings with the wider academic community and beyond. Supporting this activity offers exciting challenges for library staff but in order to take full advantage they need to develop their skills. Supporting Researchers offers them a chance to do this within a local context. Example slides Office of Scholarly Communication Moodle