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Inspire learners, drive attainment - make FE learning resource services front and centre

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Karla Youngs, head of digital content services for further education and skills, Jisc

Hear from two very different colleges where leaders of learning resources and learning services share their real and inspiring examples of how they have respectively driven learner engagement and attainment via library and learning resource services, to become the beating heart of a college.

Jisc experts will also share how you can gain more content and interactive learning resources, use less of your budget, and save time sourcing titles. You will also hear how to overcome internal challenges to drive adoption and usage of resources and have a positive impact on your learners.

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Inspire learners, drive attainment - make FE learning resource services front and centre

  1. 1. London – 11 June Inspire learners, drive attainment – make FE learning resource services front and centre Karla Youngs, head of digital content services for further education and skills, Jisc Angela Leavens, head of learning resources and e-learning, Strode College Colin Sawers, learning resources manager, Chesterfield College
  2. 2. London – 11 June Inspire learners, drive attainment – make FE LRCs front and centre Karla Youngs, head of digital content services for further education and skills, Jisc
  3. 3. Do more with less •With less effort and less cost you can further embed/integrate curriculum relevant learning resources for all. •Enhance the learner experience whilst truly demonstrating the added value of libraries as a service 3 We’re here to help
  4. 4. Helping you add value •Provide an excellent service to your learners & teachers by gaining more content and increasing access to curriculum relevant resources. •Use less of your budget by integrating free digital resources, in addition to enjoying discounted licence costs. •Save time sourcing relevant titles, being safe in the knowledge that content is vetted by Jisc. •Join a community of peers to ask questions and gain visibility of effective practice •Access library and digital resource expertise and practical help and support 4 Being a member of Jisc allows you to:
  5. 5. FE and skills learning resources •A level content •Vocational – BTEC, Cache •GCSE (Nationals) English and Maths •Support site 5 E-books for FE Jisc Collections licenced content •Arts and Humanities •Health and Life Sciences •Science, Engineering and Technology •Social Sciences
  6. 6. FE and skills learning resources • Hairdressing training • Health and social care training • Citizen Maths • Geospatial data service Posters are available – please ask! 6 Service spotlight
  7. 7. FE and skills learning resources •Construction training •Digital and IT training •Education and childcare training Free trials and discounts available Posters coming soon – please ask! Follow news and updates: https://twitter.com/FE_Jisc https://www.jisc.ac.uk/content/resources 7 Just launched!
  8. 8. customerservices@jisc.ac.uk jisc.ac.uk Thank you Karla Youngs Head of digital content services for FE and skills karla.youngs@jisc.ac.uk
  9. 9. London – 11 June Making FE Learning Resource Services Front & Centre Angela Leavens, Strode College
  10. 10. Strode College •Small, Rural Tertiary College •Single campus •1410 full time students •550 A Level / 650 L3 Voc •170 L2 / 40 Foundation Learning •140 HE Students •490 Apprenticeships / 450 Traineeships •T Levels! 10 Street, Somerset
  11. 11. Strode Support Services LRC •3 full time staff •2 part time / term time staff (LRC & AV) •Jisc Band I •LMS – Heritage •VLE – Moodle – used well throughout the College IT Services •3 full time staff (currently recruiting) •1 Apprentice + 1 Admin PT •93 Servers (virtual) •Storage Network, 1200 Desktops, CCTV, Databases…. •Parts of Campus 3G/4G/5G Dead zone
  12. 12. Ebooks for FE •Achievable for everyone here •No budget, no additional staff •Marc Records in Heritage •Moodle is home page for student internet access •Integrate into VLE (moodle) •Every course has Digital Library Block (html) •Shibboleth for off campus / home access 12 The Strode Story
  13. 13. Databases on the VLE •Jisc Collections •Loads of free content / trials •On campus IP access + Shibboleth for off campus •Authenticate with College username & password •All included on course Digital Libraries block •Own Digital Libraries Moodle Page •Every database we subscribe to – image & hyperlink •How to use guides / youtube links •Linked to course pages Strode
  14. 14. Actions • Make it visual • Put content where the students will see it – what do they use? • Set up off campus access • Marketing •Drip feed – little and often •Get involved at Key points throughout the year • Enrolment / Induction / Open Evenings / Tutorial / Workshops / Events – WBD •Moodle banners / Splash screens / Social media / TV / posters •Appeal to staff competitive nature - League tables e.g. Top 5 eBooks Get out of the LRC •Staff Development Day training sessions •Drop into team rooms – offer support14 Stick with it – if you build it they will come…
  15. 15. customerservices@jisc.ac.uk jisc.ac.uk Thank you Angela Leavens Head of Learning Resources & Leisure Courses aleavens@strode-college.ac.uk Strode College, Church Road, Street, Somerset 01458 844564
  16. 16. London – 11 June Inspire learners, drive attainment – make FE learning resource services front and centre Colin Sawers – Chesterfield College
  17. 17. • General FE college, also delivering HE • 2,500 students on 16 to 19 study programmes • 1,300 adult learners, 2,700 apprentices, 520 HE students • Ofsted rating – 3 requires improvement • Single campus in Chesterfield, Derbyshire • Apprenticeship centres in Manchester, Nottingham and Birmingham • High number of students from deprived backgrounds • Attainment at 16 lower than the region and England • Unemployed 18-21 year olds higher than rest of the East Mids • Financial cuts Background – Chesterfield College 17 Inspire learners, drive attainment – make FE learning resource services front and centre
  18. 18. • Increasing the use of content on our ClickView service to ensure value for money • Worked with the English and Maths team to source video content to support GCSE Maths and English • Learning resources staff were given permission to upload the content to Moodle from the Maths and English co-ordinator Initial project Inspire learners, drive attainment – make FE learning resource services front and centre18
  19. 19. GCSE Maths example 19 Inspire learners, drive attainment – make FE learning resource services front and centre
  20. 20. • Increase in usage of ClickView videos of 227% on previous year • Raised awareness amongst maths and English curriculum staff • Led us to think about how we could replicate this for other resources Results! 20 Inspire learners, drive attainment – make FE learning resource services front and centre 0 500 1000 1500 2000 2500 3000 Sept Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug ClickView usage 2016/17 compared to 2017/18 2016 2017
  21. 21. Challenges around e-books • High staff turnover • Difficult to engage with teaching staff • Low usage of e-books and books generally • Stretch and challenge agenda • Information skills sessions had lost focus • Requirement as part of business plan process for us to have targets to work towards • Financial constraints – need to get best value from our resources • Difficult to offer workforce development 21 Inspire learners, drive attainment – make FE learning resource services front and centre
  22. 22. e-books for FE • Following the success of ClickView we wanted to try and replicate this with e-books for FE • Negotiated with the Technology Enhanced Learning Manager for us to have full editor access to Moodle • This allowed us to access any course page and the ability to add a range of learning resources • We identified relevant e-books for each course and provided chapter level links on the VLE 22 Next steps… Inspire learners, drive attainment – make FE learning resource services front and centre
  23. 23. Top 10 titles this year Inspire learners, drive attainment – make FE learning resource services front and centre23 Data taken from JUSP
  24. 24. Results! • 2016/17 to 2017/18 – 199% increase • So far this year 219% increase on the period September to April compared to last year 24 Inspire learners, drive attainment – make FE learning resource services front and centre 0 2000 4000 6000 8000 10000 12000 Sep Oct Nov Dec Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun July Aug Usage of e-Books for FE 2016/17 2017/18 2018/19
  25. 25. • Challenging group of staff to work with as field based • Only come to Chesterfield occasionally • Opportunity to attend festival • Stall to show print books and also e-books they could use with their apprentices • Followed this up with telephone/Skype support for tutors and learners • For classroom based learners we delivered a pop-up library Festival of work based learning 25 Inspire learners, drive attainment – make FE learning resource services front and centre
  26. 26. Information skills sessions • Online search skills • Overview of e-book platforms • How to reference e-books in referencing sessions 26 Inspire learners, drive attainment – make FE learning resource services front and centre
  27. 27. customerservices@jisc.ac.uk jisc.ac.uk Thank you Colin Sawers Learning Resources Manager sawersc@chesterfield.ac.uk

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