Monday, May 09, 2016

ALISS articles: Libquizzes, polling, lecture capture...

The latest issue of ALISS quarterly is published (priced, free to ALISS members): as always it contain a number of short articles, including:
- Skills in Seconds (Deborah M. Furness, Head of Reference Services, UCL Library Services)
- Two-way learning with LibQuizzes at UCL Institute of Education (Barbara Sakarya, International Collections Librarian & Information Literacy Coordinator, UCL Institute of Education.)
- All the shapes your learning takes: the development of a library welcome toolkit (Leanne Young, Distance Services Librarian, University of Sunderland and Klaire Purvis, - Academic Liaison Librarian, University of Sunderland)
- Lecture capture: creating and sharing learning resources made outside of the lecture theatre (Angela Newton, Library Learning Advisor (Skills@Library)University of Leeds)
- Using live mobile polling (Poll Everywhere) to engage students in Information Literacy. (Anne Archer, Assistant Liaison Librarian, Newcastle University (formally Library and Information Officer Newcastle Libraries); Joanne Ghee, Library and Information Officer Newcastle Libraries; Dr David Archer, University of Sunderland)
- Disability- higher education, libraries, teaching and learning. Bibliography- January 2016- (Heather Dawson)
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Photo by Sheila webber: Peacock butterfly, April 2016

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