We enjoyed great hospitality in Brighton, and speakers who were challenging, inspiring and stimulating in equal measure.
It’s with pleasure that we share the slides/presentations from all our speakers. There was tweeting aplenty too, and these have been storified (thanks @viche). If any blogs are written up about any aspect of our summer residential, we’d love to link to them too, so please let us know.
- Changing the NHS Workforce through collaboration and partnership
- STEP by STEP: Developing national e-learning modules on literature searching
- Sarah Lewis, Library Services Manager Stoke Manderville launching the new Service Transformation E-Learning Project product
- “Following the Leader…ship programme: an ongoing journey of self discovery
- Computing for Primary in the modern age
- Adam Young @youngdeputy, Headteacher & Taryn Jackson, Curriculum and Lower KS2 Phase Leader, St George the Martyr CE Primary School
- Crossing the road without a lollipop lady: exploring ways to navigate information traffic in a secondary school library
- Amy Icke, Digital Learning Platform Manager, The Girls’ Day School Trust
- Facilitating faculty for the students of today: A brief exploration of the changing landscape of teaching medical students and practical ways of supporting our educators across the digital divide
- Tim Vincent @tim_vincent, Learning Technologist, Brighton and Sussex Medical School
- Academic libraries: looking to the future
- Liz Jolly @liz_jolly, Director of Student and Library Services, Teesside University
We thank our sponsors, and all attendees – it was a great way to celebrate our 10th anniversary. And we were delighted to recognise this by thanking our 2 longest standing committee members – Betsy Anagnostelis and Iain Baird @iainbaird– both of who have been in the group since it’s formation.
We also celebrated our membership tipping over the 100 mark – with 122 members (as of June 2017). We marked this by gifting our 100th member, Ruth Jenkins of University of Edinburgh @kangarooth, free attendance at one of our 2018 events.
Since we’re also looking to the future, we particularly welcomed all our first time attendees. One lucky first timer also gets free attendance at one of our 2018 events: Diana Hilmer, of University of Buckingham @dianahilmer was the recipient.
Date for your diary: Friday 23rd March 2018 – our Spring Forum is booked in at the Royal Society of Medicine. Looking forward to seeing you then.