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M25 2014 lms jp

  1. 1. Janet Peters Director of Library Services and University Librarian, Cardiff University
  2. 2. Outline: 3 plots 1. WHELF (Wales HE Libraries Forum) 2. Wales Information Literacy Framework 3. Shared LMS
  3. 3. Context. . .  WHELF began in 1993, but has changed …  Welsh Government: clear strategic intent for higher education (employability, widening participation; Digital Wales) ○ Open & online report: ‘Competitive threat to HE in Wales’; ‘opportunities afforded by technological development’; ‘economies of scale’; ‘constrained public expenditure’; ‘is Wales working collectively?’  HE: new student fees model  Mergers: new relationships and challenges
  4. 4. WHELF: past & present  2011 1. Aberystwyth 2. Bangor 3. Cardiff 4. Cardiff Met 5. Glamorgan 6. Glyndwr 7. Lampeter 8. National Library of Wales 9. Newport 10. Open University in Wales 11. Swansea 12. Swansea Met 13. Trinity 14. University of Wales  2014 1. Aberystwyth 2. Bangor 3. Cardiff 4. Cardiff Met 5. Coleg Genedlaethol Cymru 6. Glyndwr 7. National Library of Wales 8. Open University in Wales 9. South Wales 10. Swansea 11. University of Wales Trinity St Davids and Swansea Met
  5. 5. Conspiring to develop a new plot  In 2012, WHELF collectively undertook:  Appreciative enquiry session: what are we good at?  What can we - Wales - and us - academic libraries - offer?  Rich pictures: creative SWOT analysis and prioritisation  How are we going to get there?: strategies and actions  WHO can help us? WHOM can we help?
  6. 6. Co-conspirators
  7. 7. Plotting. . . e-Learning rich picture – Professor Gilly Salmon
  8. 8. Mission  WHELF’s mission is to promote collaboration in library and information services, seek cost benefits for shared and consortial services, encourage the exchange of ideas, provide a forum for mutual support and help facilitate new initiatives in library, archives and information service provision.
  9. 9. Student Experience and Employability International and Globalised University Research and Enterprise Workforce Development And Lifelong Learning Strategic themes Welsh context Quality & impact of service Shared services Sustainability & value for money Legal compliance
  10. 10. How?  Members responsible for areas of Strategy  Sub-groups  WHISD (Staff development – Libraries and IT)  Copyright  Archives and Special Collections  ALIS Wales (supporting disabilities)  Reading lists
  11. 11. Key conspirator  Rachael Whitfield  WHELF Development Officer  Email: ○ r.b.whitfield@swansea.ac.uk  Web: ○ http://whelf.wordpress.com/  Twitter: ○ https://twitter.com/WHELFed
  12. 12. Current outcomes  Shared LMS  Shared e-resource procurement (WHEEL)  Colloquium  Walk-in Access  HE in FE conference  Shared repository for WW1  Annual report/blog/Twitter  Wales Information Literacy Framework
  13. 13. 2. Wales Information Literacy Framework  WHELF set up cross-sectoral workshop, including Welsh Government in 2009  Funding obtained from CyMAL  Steering Group established and Project Manager appointed  Now in year 5; adopting sustainable model  Network of Academic Library Information Literacy Champions established
  14. 14. Outcomes  Framework  Units  Case studies
  15. 15. Unit Code Title Level Credits Unit ID Last Registration HC73CY131 Information Literacy Llythrennedd Gwybodaeth Three 3 CCZ143 31/07/2015 HC74CY001 Information Literacy Llythrennedd Gwybodaeth Four 3 CCZ144 31/07/2015 HD3E1CY031 Information Literacy Llythrennedd Gwybodaeth Entry One 3 CCZ138 31/07/2016 HD3E2CY029 Information Literacy Llythrennedd Gwybodaeth Entry Two 3 CCZ139 31/07/2016 CQFW Units Welsh Information Literacy Project Units Units are available at entry level 1, entry level 2, entry level 3, level 1, level 2, level 3 and level 4 of the Credit and Qualifications Framework for Wales (CQFW). The units are now all available in Welsh from the Agored website:
  16. 16. Wales Information Literacy project: Case studies
  17. 17. 2. Shared LMS  Phase 1a: Scoping study funded by CyMAL (2011)  Phase 1b: Feasibility study funded by Jisc Digital Infrastructure programme (2012)  Agreed to adopt ‘consortium with governance’ model  The approach requires all participating HE’s to jointly procure the same LMS system, located in the cloud, but with individual instances for each HEI rather than a single instance.  Phase 2: Procurement (2013/14)  Appointed Programme Manager  Procurement led by Cardiff University Purchasing department  Phase 3: Implementation (2015 – 17)
  18. 18. Governance  Steering Group – all WHELF Directors  Working Group – representatives from all libraries, including NHS health libraries  Funding – project funding obtained for Feasibility and Procurement Phases; plus 50% of Programme Manager for Implementation Phase; remainder to be covered by HEIs.
  19. 19. Timescale
  20. 20. References  WHELF web site. Available at: http://whelf.wordpress.com/  Welsh Government (2014) Open and online: Wales, higher education and emerging modes of learning. Available at: http://wales.gov.uk/topics/educationandskills/publications/rep orts/report-of-the-online-digital-learning-group/?lang=en  Welsh Information Literacy Project (2011) Information Literacy Framework for Wales. Available at: http://welshlibraries.org/skills/information-literacy/  Cardiff University (2013) Welsh Shared Service Library Management System Report. Available at: http://blogs.cardiff.ac.uk/sharedlms/wp- content/uploads/sites/49/2013/03/JISC-Shared-LMS- Report.pdf

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