Friday, February 24, 2017

New articles: Pedagogical practice; Coordination; Curriculum support; Student learning

SCONUL Focus issue 68 (2017) has been published. This is an open access journal with short practice-based articles. This issue includes:
- Editorial: Playing a positive role in enhancing teaching and learning: How do libraries demonstrate their own excellence? Steve Rose, Birmingham City University
- Library as third place: A strategic framework. Diane Bruxvoort, University of Aberdeen
- Developing a teaching and learning programme for librarians at UAL Library Services. Elizabeth Staddon and Leo Appleton, University of the Arts, London
- Personal learning networks: Collective intelligence and knowledge communities in the digital age. Donald Maclean, University of the Highlands and Islands
- Embedding information literacy through critical skills, collaboration and a new curriculum. Lorna Dodd, Maynooth University
- Developing a new co-ordinated approach to information literacy at the University of Chester. Jon Hardisty, Charlotte Gleeson, Paul Verlander, University of Chester
- Evolving pedagogical practice at Middlesex University: The state of our art. J. Adam Edwards, Middlesex University
- Is it possible to teach and learn collaborative skills while still having fun? Using an on-campus scavenger hunt to answer the question. Jane Burns, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland & University College Dublin
- Transforming student learning through ResourceLists@Bham. Ann-Marie James, Polly Harper, University of Birmingham
- Development of an Academic Integrity LibGuide: Experiences at University College Dublin. Maolsheachlann O’Ceallaigh, Jenny Collery,
Nessa Collinge, University College Dublin Library
- The university archive as teaching resource: From Corporate Service to Curriculum Support. Anna McNally, University of Westminster
- Embedding unique and distinctive collections into the curriculum: Experiences at Maynooth University Library. Barbara McCormack, Maynooth University Library
- Supporting teaching in the Henry Grunfeld Library. Gerry Power, The London Institute of Banking & Finance
Photoby Sheila Webber: cable car, Greenwich, December 2016

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