Learnscope Intern projects: How the library can help you
Flexible Learning: the role of Libraries Leonie Pope and Susannah Ball 2003 Learnscope project Purpose
Outcomes Achievements Purpose To raise the awareness of teaching and library staff of the significant expertise that libraries and library staff can provide
in the development of flexible and online learning resources. Participants Box Hill library staff, interns, support & teaching staff Chisholm library staff Swinburne library staff Process
Session 1 Explored possibilities Session 2 Intern demonstrations and preparation for S3 Session 3
Library Staff presentations What is Flexible Learning? Flexible Learning expands choice on what, when, where and how people learn. It is a learner centred approach to education and training that covers a range of delivery modes, including blended delivery, e-learning, online,
self-paced and self-directed learning. Example of an online resource For your professional development, do your research on the Internet to experience how helpful this technology is to help you learn and discover new things and information. You may use one of the Internet sites in the Resource Section or click on this site. http://www.looksmart.com.au
Outcomes Participants response Swinburne, Chisholm, Facilitator Box Hill Expanded teachers expectations of library staff Planned approach to working with teachers Increased collaborations with teaching and online support staff
Achievements Further integration of library services with teaching programs Support for teachers in the development of online resources Support for students using online learning resources Support for teachers through
the Intern program Research assistance Searching tips/search engine advice Links to library resources catalogue, databases etc Support for teachers continued Assist in organisation of information within online resources
Metadata keyword instruction Copyright and citation advice Support for teachers continued Induction and support of students using online resources via StudentWorld Effective research techniques training for students
Ongoing relationships Assist with the development and updating of online resources Create web-based activities for online modules eg Webquests,quizzes Provide feedback on students use of online modules Ongoing relationships
continued Creation of thesauri to support searching StaffWeb and StudentWeb Involvement in the shaping of new version of StudentWeb Increased control of the structuring and layout of the Centres online content Reflections on our current involvement
Contribution to online resources more varied than expected Importance of involvement throughout the development of online resources Need for continued promotion of library services
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