I’m going to be giving a presentation, along with my colleague Mr Leach, about our Jerome library ‘un-project’, at the next EMALINK (East Midlands Library Information Network) workshop in the Pilkington Library at Loughborough University, on Wednesday, 24 November 2010. EMALINK Workshop Joint Lincoln University Library/ Loughborough University Library event The next generation OPACs Lab [...]
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I’m about to launch (along with Joss Winn and David Young) into a series of training sessions for University of Lincoln staff, entitled: Understanding Google Apps Straightforward online collaborative tools for researchers 90 mins (+ optional 30 min ‘surgery’) This training workshop will introduce you to some of Google’s collaborative applications that may be useful [...]
In January* this year, I drove through the snow to Milton Keynes (my first-ever visit), to the OU / Telstar workshop: Innovations in Reference Management 2010 (IRM10). Owen Stephens (Open University) comprehensively blogged and videoed the whole event, and it was fairly well discussed on Twitter, so I won’t attempt to provide a full report on all the [...]
How students should book and why we’re only advertising two weeks worth at a time.
The workshop on GMID (formerly known as Euromonitor) has been rescheduled to take place on June 15th in Room UL101 at 11am. GMID provides information on 52 countries for Industry data and 205 countries for our Countries and Consumers data. It enables research to be carried out on established, emerging and developing markets plus it has [...]
Colleagues, I’m pleased to share with you the agenda for the L&LR Away Day 2009. The Away Day, planned by the Library Staff Development Group, will be take place on 10th June 2009, at the Conference Centre, Riseholme Park. We look forward to welcoming all colleagues and offer our thanks to those who have kindly [...]
The slides that Philippa and I prepared for the “Copyright, teaching and Blackboard – staying legal” workshops are now available online. Please feel free to use, re-use, or edit. Copyright, teaching and Blackboard – staying legal by Philippa Dyson & Paul Stainthorp is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial-Share Alike 2.0 UK: England & Wales [...]