Lis Parcell looks at some ways learning and teaching staff can join forces with the library to enable the best possible student learning experience in the coming months.
Aligning physical and virtual resources to students’ requirements What is the issue? Traditionally courses have been designed around either on-campus delivery, distance learning, or a serial blend of the two. In some cases, for a given subject, it has been possible for students to select from these attendance modes. Different attendance modes would, however, often […]
In this guest post, Miranda Melcher uses a detailed example from her own experience to demonstrate how a change in delivery model can be an opportunity to embed creativity, accessibility and inclusiveness from the outset, with positive results for everyone. Miranda has taught in a variety of environments, including as a graduate teaching assistant in […]
Like any organisation responding to the pandemic, over the last few months we’ve been actively gathering intelligence from the sector to inform our response and planning. We’re uniquely positioned to garner insight from a wide range of sources: our account managers are in constant dialogue with members, our community events and JiscMail drive critical conversations, […]