Tag Archives: eLearning

LIHNN Introduction to Literature Searching MOOC – Follow Up Survey

The LIHNN Introduction to Literature Searching MOOC took place in the autumn of 2015. You can read about the development of the course and the initial evaluation in the report which was published in January 2016. In January of this year … Continue reading

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Follow that leader (Part 2) by Matt Holland

Experience of Edward Jenner Foundations Programme Just some background This is a reflection on the Second part of the Three part Edward Jenner Foundations Programme.  Part One is Launch and Part Three is Advanced.  Launch & Foundations are free.  Advanced … Continue reading

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Follow that leader …

Some Background This is a first reflection on completing Launch, part one of the The Edward Jenner Programme. This programme features in the Knowledge for Healthcare blog, Build your leadership skills with the NHS Leadership Academy. It’s a three part … Continue reading

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CPD and all that by Matt Holland

Two weeks into a MOOC on Recommender Systems (see the next LIHNNK UP, Land of Geek column) and I realise the college level algebra required to complete the assignments was far beyond that required for CSE maths. For younger readers, … Continue reading

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FreE–Learning: Developing an information skills e-learning package without a budget by Alex Williams

“Online learning has unique advantages, overcoming barriers of introversion and physical distance, creating new ways to communicate and shaping identity…” (Nursing Times, 2010). Effective justification for spending time away from clinical environments and duties is a barrier for staff to … Continue reading

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Crowd sourcing the PEST Analysis by Matt Holland

January. LQAF 2015 is on the horizon. You will be planning revising the library strategy then? Yes? No? Oh well. In the spirit of sharing tasks that are common to us all, here is a first draft of PEST 2015. … Continue reading

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Information literacy/information skills teaching will eat your library service, if you are not careful by Matt Holland

Does your focus on information literacy teaching effect your service delivery to the detriment users? Here are some possibly heretical thoughts to keep in mind when trying to deliver big library information skills teaching through a small (health) library and … Continue reading

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