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Making library induction valued and valuable
An investigation into the viability of LibraryThing for promotional and user engagement purposes in libraries
(Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2013)
Purpose – LibraryThing is a Web 2.0 tool allowing users to catalogue books using data drawn from sources such as Amazon and the Library of Congress and has facilities such as tagging and interest groups. This study seeks ...
Web 2.0 and Libraries: Impacts, Technologies and Trends
In a world where computing power, ubiquity and connectivity create powerful new ways to facilitate learning, this book examines how librarians and information professionals can utilize emerging technologies to expand service ...
Minutes of EXPLORER Board Meeting April 2011
Minutes from the EXPLORER board meeting April 2011. Includes update on the project
EXPLORER Project Plan
Project Plan for the JISC funded EXPLORER project to enhance and embed DORA within DMU systems and processes
Emerging technologies as change agent within and across organisational cultures.
E-learning policy and project implementation can be said to act as a driver of change in educational institutions, but institutions can change in markedly different ways. This paper reports on recent qualitative research ...
Implementing the virtual library: the ELINOR project at De Montfort University
The ELINOR (Electronic Library and INformation Online Retrieval) project to develop a digitized collection of undergraduate texts and other learning materials has been operating at De Montfort University since March ...
A Community of Practice approach to delivering research support services in a post-92 Higher Education Institution: A reflective case study
(Taylor and Francis, 2017-05-19)
The need for research support in UK universities is growing at a fast pace and a number of different professional and academic units within universities are involved in the process. This case study takes place in a ...
Information skills for nursing students: development of an elearning package
(LILAC Conference, 2014-04)
An exploration of the practicalities and pitfalls of designing an information skills e-learning package for new Nursing and Midwifery students