Be Well @ NCL Recently, I attended a very useful event organised by CILIP, the library and information association, on libraries and student wellbeing. The first speaker introduced us to the ‘Be Well @ NCL‘ campaign, advertising their physical and online wellbeing collections. Basing the collection content on the national ‘Reading Well‘ scheme, the University…
Creation and Communication is our recognition of and engagement with the processes related to the production of information, whether we are consumers or creators.
Managing information successfully involves the accurate creation, application and storage of relevant information in such a manner that it maintains its value, is easily discoverable and can be successfully recalled and reapplied.
The Engineering Library is currently putting together a series of ‘Soundtracks for Students’ that we hope will provide suitable motivational backing music to accompany their time here.
Critical assessment is a vital research exercise which involves examining and evaluating sources.
Resource discovery is about finding pertinent answers to pertinent questions.
A year in the life of a School of Technology Support Librarian
I handle multiple types of information in my job role. Each type varies enormously by their definition, context, purpose and value.
Over the next couple of months, I am going to be taking part in, and reflectively blogging about, The Framework Five.