Spring Forum 2019 – #UHMLG19 – all the slides

We were delighted to have such a great line up for our “Literacy in all its forms – digital, academic, information, health, and more” Spring Forum, in the wonderful venue of the Royal Society of Medicine.

Improving literacy has always been at the core of a librarians role, but the definition of literacy is evolving all the time, not least with the new definition of Information Literacy released by CILIP in 2018. This spring forum is about all things literacy – information, health, digital and more.

Our speakers did us proud.

Speakers and titles

  • Ruth Carlyle
    Health literacy: life support from library and knowledge specialists

ruth carlyle slide - health literacy

view the whole of Ruth’s presentation

Watch Ruth in action:

view the whole of Dawn and Graeme’s presentation

  • Lisa Jeskins
    The IL Definition: what CILIP and the Information Literacy Group did next…

view the whole of Lisa’s presentation

Watch Lisa in action:

view the whole of Helen’s presentation

Watch Helen in action:

  • Hannah Bond,  Peer Assisted Learning Administrator, University of West of England
    Peer to Peer Support: How Academic Wellbeing is supported at UWE Bristol.

view the whole of Hannah’s presentation

watch Hannah in action

view the whole of Cheryl’s presentation

Watch Cheryl in action:

 

Lightning Talks:

All the lightning talks were recorded, and the slides are available below:

    • Manfred Gschwandtner, Learning and Research Librarian, Canterbury Christ Church University
      Reviewing the role of librarians in supporting student’s digital capabilities

view the whole of Manfred’s presentation

    • Jane Shelley, Anglia Ruskin University
      Information literacy and the active curriculum

view the whole of Jane’s presentation

    • Siobhan Linsey, Outreach Librarian for Taunton and Somerset NHS Foundation Trust and Somerset Partnership NHS Foundation Trust.
      Health Literacy Awareness: An Early Intervention for Long-term Impact

view the whole of Siobhan’s presentation

    • Natasha Howard, Library Manager, NELFT
      Health literacy project: progress report

view the whole of Natasha’s presentation

    • Veronica Philips, Reader Support Assistant, Cambridge University Medical Library
      Teaching literacy: preliminary outcomes of a PGCERT in teaching and learning in higher education on information literacy training

view the whole of Veronica’s presentation

    • Eleanor Barker, Reader Support Assistant, Cambridge University Medical Library
      STEM showcase: information literacy speed dating

view the whole of Eleanor’s presentation

    • Ruth Jenkins, Academic Support Librarian, University of Edinburgh
      Developing information and research literacy through a Wikipedia assignment
    • José Lopez Blanco, Faculty Librarian, Bournemouth University
      Critical Thinking for health students. First experiences of teaching critical thinking skills from a librarian’s perspectives

view the whole of Jose’s presentation

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