Here are the slides for Kate Bradbury’s presentation: Researchers Count: Helping our Researchers Prepare for the Next REF.
Here are the slides for Sam Oakley and Susan Glen’s talk: What We Learnt from our Researchers.
Information and Digital Literacies & the Researcher
A WHELF / GW4 event sponsored by CILIP Cymru Wales, CILIP IL Group and Cardiff University Libraries
Committee Rooms 1 & 2, Glamorgan Building, Cardiff University Friday November 28th 2014
10.00-10.30 Arrival and registration with hot beverages. Sponsored by Cardiff University Libraries.
10.30-10.35 Welcome by Janet Peters (Director of University Libraries and University Librarian, Cardiff University)
10.35-12.00 Keynote & workshop: Moira Bent (Faculty Liaison Librarian & National Teaching Fellow, Newcastle University). Sponsored by CILIP IL Group.
12.00-1.00 TeachMeet Round 1 – attendees choose 4 ‘meets’ from the following (abstracts appended to programme):
Beth Hall (Bangor University) Judith Hegenbarth (University of Birmingham)
Mari Ann Hilliar (Cardiff University)
Samantha Jones (Cardiff University)
Kellie Snow (University of Bristol)
1.00-1.55 Light buffet lunch. Sponsored by CILIP Cymru Wales.
1.55-2.20 Kate Bradbury (Cardiff University) Helping our researchers prepare for the next REF
2.20-2.45 Sam Oakley & Susan Glen (Swansea University). What we learnt from our researchers: research workshops at Swansea University
2.50-3.50 TeachMeet Round 2 – attendees choose 4 ‘meets’ from the following (abstracts appended to programme):
Alison Harvey (Cardiff University)
Joe Nicholls (Cardiff University)
Lis Parcell (Jisc RSC Wales)
Steve Smith (Aberystwyth University)
Amy Staniforth (Aberystwyth University)
3.50-4.00 Round-up and close
The Glamoran Building is number 49 on the map. The building has an accessible ramp and also has a hearing loop system. We are located off of King Edward the VII Avenue.
**Save the date!**
Information Literacy and the researcher: supporting research excellence
A WHELF / GW4 event held at Cardiff University, 10.30am – 4.00pm, Friday November 28th 2014.
This free event is an ideal opportunity to share ideas and expertise with colleagues from across Wales and the South-West.
Have you been using an innovative approach, technique or programme to support your institution’s researchers? Do you have any creative ideas which may help colleagues at other institutions enhance their existing programmes? Or, would you simply like to share your examples of good practice? If so, we want to hear from you! A general call out for speakers will be following soon.