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Creating reading lists and adding them to the library catalogue

Library Services, Subject Advisor
(2011)
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This resource supports the Course Design module of the University of Birmingham’s PG Cert. It is designed to assist the leader of a workshop for academic teaching staff on the topic of creating and submitting reading lists. It was created as part of the JISC/HEA-funded DELILA project; it also stands alone for any user wanting to find about about creating reading lists and have them added to the library catalogue.

Learning Level :Continuing Professional Development
Date :2011 (Publication)
Requirements/
Instructions :
This is a University of Birmingham-focussed resource and directs users to UoB resources and services; however it can be adapted for use by replacing UoB-specific information with that from another institution.
Media of Output :Powerpoint
School/College/
Faculty :
Corporate Services
Department :Academic Services, Library Services
Subjects : ZA Information resources
Projects :Developing Educators Learning and Information Literacies for Education (DELILA)
Funders :JISC, Higher Education Academy (HEA)
Series/
Collection :
DELILA
Keywords :DELILA; JISC; HEA; UKOER; PGCert; PG Cert; design and plan; reading lists; course support
ID Code :750
Submitted :24 Feb 2011 10:36
Last Modified :09 Jul 2011 16:00
UKPSF Codes :
+ UKPSF A1 - Design and planning of learning activities and/or programmes of study
+ UKPSF A2 - Teaching and/or supporting student learning
+ UKPSF K2 - Knowledge and understanding of -- Appropriate methods for teaching and learning in the subject area and at the level of the academic programme
+ UKPSF K3 - Knowledge and understanding of -- How students learn, both generally and in the subject
+ UKPSF K4 - Knowledge and understanding of -- The use of appropriate learning technologies
+ UKPSF V4 - Commitment to encouraging participation in higher education, acknowledging diversity and promoting equality of opportunity
SCONUL 7 Pillars :
+ SCONUL Pillar 3. The ability to construct strategies for locating information
+ SCONUL Pillar 4. The ability to locate and access information
+ SCONUL Pillar 6. The ability to organise, apply and communicate information to others in ways appropriate
JACS/JORUM Subjects :
+ Education

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