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Future fit: bringing together digital practices, learning resources and libraries

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A presentation at Connect More in England (Manchester), 27 June 2019.

Speaker: Lis Parcell, subject specialist (libraries and digital resources), Jisc.

If your college or university is looking to create a more digitally-enabled organisation, your library or learning resources service should be a key asset.

If you work in a library or learning resources service, you’ll know that your digital capability – whether it’s delivering online content, engaging users or facilitating digital literacy - is essential for helping students and academics succeed. But how can we maximize the potential of the library or learning resources service in digital practice? We will look at questions such as:

What technologies for learning and teaching do libraries need to have their eye on?
How might the shape and role of the library/learning resources service evolve amid rapid digital change?
How can staff collaborate across different roles in the digitally-enabled organisation?

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Future fit: bringing together digital practices, learning resources and libraries

  1. 1. Manchester – 27 June Future fit: bringing together digital practice, learning resources and libraries Lis Parcell
  2. 2. Photo by Hans-Peter Gauster on Unsplash
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  4. 4. What’s the perception of the library or LRC? • Go to www.menti.com and enter code 24 75 8 • Or point your phone/tablet camera at the QR code
  5. 5. University of Aberdeen library ©Isaxen via Flickr CCBY
  6. 6. 6 © David Hawgood via Geograph CC BY-SA 2.0
  7. 7. Where’s the digital practice in your library space? Physical and virtual space • Go to www.menti.com and enter code 24 75 8 • Or point your phone/tablet camera at the QR code
  8. 8. Where’s the current fit? Digital practice and libraries •Digital study space •Digital content •Digital systems for resource discovery, delivery and access •Digital literacy teaching and support •Digital professional networking (webconferences, blogs, Twitter) Image by rawpixel from Pixabay
  9. 9. More examples of current fit Digital practice and libraries •Library fully part of the VLE •Digital content creation (e.g. video) •Supporting others to create and curate content (e.g. copyright, OER, reading lists) •Digital tools for engagement (e.g. social media) •What else? Image by rawpixel from Pixabay
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  11. 11. To what extent is it happening? • Go to www.menti.com and enter code 24 75 8 • Or point your phone/tablet camera at the QR code Collaboration to develop digital practice
  12. 12. Connecting the pieces to enhance learning 10 tips for collaboration • Have a shared focus and common ground • Build on what you already have • Let each play to their strengths • Respect and value difference • Prepare to question familiar perceptions • Explore and learn together - as equals • Shared projects can provide a common language • Cultivate champions • Welcome students as partners • Celebrate your successes Image by Tumisu from Pixabay
  13. 13. Links to resources • https://wke.lt/w/s/G5u22G
  14. 14. customerservices@jisc.ac.uk jisc.ac.uk Thank you Lis Parcell @lisparcell Subject specialist – digital practice lis.parcell@jisc.ac.uk One Castlepark, Tower Hill, Bristol BS2 0JA 07918 564954

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