Slides from the 2016 Summer Residential

The 2016 Summer Conference was held at the Village Hotel in Glasgow on the 23rd and 24th June. 

The topic was Delivering and supporting excellence in teaching and learning. 

All the speakers were excellent and we had a very interesting two days, especially as we discovered the result of the Brexit vote half way through!

The UHMLG Committee would like to thank all our speakers for their excellent talks. We would also like to thank our sponsors, Elsevier, MedHand, Oxford University Press and Wolters Kluwer who helped make the event a success.

The presentations are all below.

Vicki Cormie, on behalf of the UHMLG Committee


Thursday 23 June

Alison Brettle (Acting Director Post Graduate Research, University of Salford): Demonstrating the value of health and academic library, information and knowledge workers

UHMLG contributors:

Iain Baird: Qualified Success – obtaining a teaching qualification

Delyth Morris: Evaluation studies of information literacy programmes for taught students in Higher Education – a systematic review

Angela Young: Flipping information skills teaching

Anne Welsh (Lecturer, UCL): Specialist learning within generalist teaching – what do early career health librarians need to know?
Friday 24 June

Murray Hope (Policy and Strategy Advisor (Scotland), Higher Education Academy): Inside out – different views of learning and teaching in the UK higher education landscape

Sheila MacNeill (Senior Lecturer (Blended Learning), Glasgow Caledonian University): Learning analytics – a brave new world or back to the future?

Melissa Highton (Assistant Principal Online Learning, University of Edinburgh): Excellence in learning technology – what, where, when, why, who and how

Show and tell presentations from UHMLG members:  Padlet (Caroline Plaice) and Turning Point (Jon Andrews) in the delivery of information skills teaching sessions and the development of a RefWorks tutorial (Emma Shaw) – (Additional Link to RefWorks Demo)


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