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Gollum & the Librarians: What is Really Precious

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Special Collections librarians, indeed all librarians, are not merely lovers of rare books and Dewey; we are not merely wearers of glasses and tweed. Just as the ring was precious to Gollum, so too is the process of acquiring skills and using them precious for librarians. We are expert at knowing how to learn new skills and adapting said skills for our needs. We embody the student when we learn new subject matter and skills. This paper discusses how librarians are adept at acquiring knowledge and skills and then investigates how we take that learning experience and use it to form a learning process for the user. In addition this paper describes how the user can then adapt this process for subsequent learning experiences. This paper is based on my personal experiential learning journey in the health sciences following a Twitter exchange.

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Gollum & the Librarians: What is Really Precious

  1. 1. Gollum and the Librarians: What is Really Precious A&SL Annual Conference | 11 February 2016 Elaine Harrington | Special Collections Librarian University College Cork
  2. 2. Weird Mathematical Notation? For more see: http://www.libfocus.com/2015/06/hslg-2015-conference-athlone-1415-may.html
  3. 3. Gollum & the Ring Slide Credit: Palo. ‘The Promise 11 May 1909.’ Flickr. https://flic.kr/p/941EQj
  4. 4. Learning A Skill
  5. 5. Learning to Learn The extent to which an individual can recognise and acknowledge the limitations of his/her current knowledge, skill and competence and plan to transcend these limitations through further learning. Learning to learn is the ability to observe and participate in new experiences and to extract and retain meaning from these experiences. Slide Credit: Kennedy, Declan, Aine Hyland & Norma Ryan. “Learning outcomes and competences (B 2.3-3).” Learning Outcomes, Skills and Competences. Bologna Archive. Journal of the European Higher Education Area. (2009): 4.
  6. 6. Uncharted Territories Slide Credit: William Beauford. Map of Cork City, 1801. UCC Library.
  7. 7. Barriers to Learning Slide Credit: http://www.newstalk.com/Page-Not-Found:-the-internets-best-error-pages
  8. 8. Opportunities
  9. 9. Expectations Slide Credit: http://approachanxiety.com/2011/11/what-success-looks-like/
  10. 10. Feel the Fear & Do It Anyway Title of Slide Credit: Niamh Walker-Headon
  11. 11. Community of Learners
  12. 12. What Did I Value Most Which learning outcome is the one thing that students would retain from this course after leaving? Could I honestly say that I spent the most amount of time in the course teaching to the goal I valued most? Slide Credit: Bass, Randy. “The Scholarship of Teaching: What’s the Problem?” Creative Thinking About Learning & Teaching February 1999 1.1 For more see: http://www.slideshare.net/conulacil/venn-diagrams-when-special-collections-meet-information- literacy-elaine-harrington-ucc
  13. 13. Changing a Learner’s World
  14. 14. Be Future Ready Slide Credit: Darwin, Charles. “Tree of Life.” On the Origin of Species…
  15. 15. Where We’re Going… I will go on adventuring, changing, opening my mind my eyes, refusing to be stamped and stereotyped. Virginia Woolf, “Sunday October 29th 1933.”
  16. 16. Credits Slide 4 Palo. ‘The Promise 11 May 1909.’ Flickr. Accessed 5 Feb 2016. https://flic.kr/p/941EQj Slide 5 Kennedy, Declan, Aine Hyland & Norma Ryan. “Learning outcomes and competences (B 2.3-3).” Learning Outcomes, Skills and Competences. Bologna Archive. Journal of the European Higher Education Area. (2009): 4. Slide 6 William Beauford’s 1801 map of Cork City. Slide 7 “Page Not Found: The Internet’s Best Error Pages.” Newstalk 106-108FM 13 Aug 2013. Accessed 2 Feb 2015. http://www.newstalk.com/Page-Not-Found:-the-internets-best-error-pages Slide 9 Disco, Eric. “What Success Looks Like.” Approach Anxiety.com. 7 Nov 2011. Accessed 2 Feb 2016. http://approachanxiety.com/2011/11/what-success-looks-like/ Slide 10 Title taken from Niamh Walker-Headon’s presentation “Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway!” LIR Annual Seminar 2014. Slide 12 Bass, Randy. “The Scholarship of Teaching: What’s the Problem?” Creative Thinking About Learning & Teaching February 1999 1.1 Slide 14 Darwin, Charles. On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or, the Preservation of Favoured Races in the Struggle for Life.  London: John Murray, 1859. Slide 15 Woolf, Virginia. A Writer’s Diary: Being Extracts From the Diary of Virginia Woolf. London: Hogarth, 1975, p. 206.

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