Consortium of National and University Libraries

Annual Seminar 2018

 Teaching & Learning  Seminar  2018
Long Room Hub, Trinity College Dublin
1st November 2018

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Programme

10:00-10:30     Registration, Trinity Long Room Hub entrance lobby
                                 Tea/Coffee, Neill Hoey Lecture Theatre, Level 2, Trinity Long Room Hub

10:30-10:45     Welcome and introductions

 10:45-11:30     Keynote 1

Collaborating in the curriculum: Developing a confident librarian presence in an uncertain space using the poetic principle of appreciative inquiry.

Vicky Grant, Head of Library Learning Services, University of Sheffield

11:30-12:30     Lightning Talks 1

  1. Kathy Bradley, Coordinator, Skills Centre, University College Cork
                Boole Connects: embracing opportunities in UCC
  2. Karina Curley, Student Learning Officer, Student Support & Development Service,
                Dublin City University and Victoria Smyth, Humanities and Social Science Librarian, Dublin City University
                Academic skills development at DCU – a partnership approach
  3. Dr Mike Wride, Academic Developer & Caitríona Honohan, Subject Librarian, Trinity College Dublin
                Reflections on Teaching Practice: Trinity’s Special Purpose Certificate in  Academic Practice
  4. Questions/Panel Discussion

12:30-13:45     Sandwich Lunch, Neill Hoey Lecture Theatre, Level 2, Trinity Long Room Hub

13:45-14:30     Keynote 2

Opportunity knocks: leveraging collaborative efforts for teaching & learning excellence

Alan Carbery, Head of Academic Technology & Communication, Boole Library, University College Cork 

 14:30-15.30    Lightning Talks 2

  1. Dr. Paul Flynn, Lecturer & Programme Manager TechInnovate, Director MSc in
    TechInnovation, College of Engineering & Informatics, National University of Ireland Galway and Barry Houlihan, Archivist,  James Hardiman Library,  National University of Ireland Galway
            Learning and the Archives: New strategic platforms for archives literacy and
           partnerships
  2. Sinead Keogh, Librarian, Digital Services, University of Limerick, Kirsten Mulrennan, Archivist for Engagement, Exhibition and Outreach, University of Limerick and Dr Ciara Breathnach, Lecturer, Department of History, University of Limerick
           Getting bodies into the library – Introducing History students to archives using
          Coroner’s Records’
  3. Niall O’Brien, Teaching and Learning Librarian, Maynooth University Library
           MU Library and Critical Skills: Working with the Critical Skills Programme to foster
          information literacy at Maynooth University.
  4. 4. Questions/Panel Discussion

 

15:45   Seminar Close