"E-learning and information literacy: initiatives and challenges" IFM Healthcare & Libraries for Nursing study day
On Monday 14 November 2005 Information for the Management of Healthcare & Libraries for Nursing held a study day at Leeds University Library.
Copies of the powerpoint presentations have now been made available on this page
. They include:
Information literacy: present and future challenges
Health students are often required to become information literate with inadequate time provided in the curriculum. Can defining the skills help? In the future, how will Google Scholar and metasearch engines change our lives?
Peter Godwin (Academic Services Manager, London South Bank University)
Implementing an information literacy audit in the School of Healthcare, Leeds University
Alison Lahlafi (Faculty Team Librarian, Leeds University Library) and David Clarke (School of Healthcare, Leeds University)
Overview of key e-learning themes
David Peacock, (Knowledge Services Manager, Northumberland Tyne & wear SHA and NHS Library and Knowledge Development Network (LKDN) Executive member)
Introduction to the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) e-learning resource, 'Finding articles with BNI'
Caroline Lynch and Angela Perrett (RCN)
Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) for a virtual learning environment (VLE) for nurses
Karen Smith, Information Specialist/Health Information and Training Librarian, York University
Facilitated Online Learning as an Interactive Opportunity (FOLIO): the experience of running a programme of online learning for health librarians
Lynda Ayiku, Information Officer (Review Body for Interventional Procedures and Special Projects), (ScHARR), Sheffield University
Workshop: Made to measure: evaluating the effectiveness of Information Literacy (IL) training
Alison Brettle (Research Fellow, Salford University) and Joanne Greenhalgh (Senior Research Fellow, School of Healthcare, Leeds University)
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