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Wednesday, November 7 • 2:30pm - 3:10pm
How can digital course resource lists transform teaching and learning?

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Digital course resource lists can be an incredibly powerful tool in supporting teaching and learning, but often don’t receive the careful attention required to successfully serve students.

In this session, two senior UK librarians will detail how they work with resource list technology to successfully administer course resource lists curated by faculty, improve resource discoverability, and transform the academic experience.

Drawing upon many years of experience with technology that integrates course resource list and copyright management solutions, the speakers will share:

*Initial university goals and eventual milestones when integrating the system
*How their processes evolved and what they ended up delivering
*How the initiative resulted in new efficiencies with digital learning resource discovery, access, and consumption
*How digital resource lists provide an invaluable stimuli for collection development strategies
*How resultant aggregate data informs and improves collection management and can enrich educational analytics
*How their initiatives fit within the wider university strategic plan

The session will conclude with ample time for questions from attendees.

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Mark Bush

Head of Commercial Development, Talis. A SAGE Company
Interested in hearing about approaches and challenges associated with course reading lists in North America. Talis works with over 60% of UK universities to provide course resource list systems in support of student experience and effective collections management.
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Ian Snowley

Dean of Student Learning Development and University Librarian, University of Lincoln
I joined the University of Lincoln, as University Librarian in September 2009, before that he was Head of Higher Education at the British Library.My professional career began in Public Libraries followed by posts in the Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food and the Department... Read More →

Nick Woolley

Director of Student and Library Services, Northumbria University
From Westminster, London, Nick is a graduate of the University of Exeter, the University of Sheffield, and London Metropolitan University. Nick is currently Director of Student and Library Services at Northumbria University and has worked in many different roles in several academic... Read More →

Wednesday November 7, 2018 2:30pm - 3:10pm EST
Ashley Room, Courtyard Marriott 125 Calhoun Street, Charleston, SC 29401