DELILA goes to Glasgow

I’m pleased to announce that a DELILA will be involved in a half day training event hosted by Glasgow Caledonian University Library on Friday 9th September 2011. More details below including booking information, if you’d like to attend the event. Places are limited so book early

Venue:Room  4, CPD Building, Glasgow Caledonian University

Outline Programme
9.30-10.30
  Copyright for librarians
10.30-11.00
Coffee break
11.00-12.00
The DELILA project

Trainer : Jane Secker.

Jane is the Copyright and Digital Literacy Advisor at LSE. Facet have recently published her book on Copyright and E-learning and she will share some practical advice from her own work with staff at LSE. She was also the Project Manager for the JISC / Higher Education Academy funded project DELILA.

The copyright training session will be refresher training covering copyright issues for library staff when preparing teaching materials in paper and electronic format. It will be based on best practice at the trainer’s institution and also include hints on running copyright training for staff at your own institution. The session on DELILA will be an overview of the project with a chance to see some of the digital and information literacy resources the team have recently released as open educational resources.

The event is free, but places are limited. Contact Marion Kelt to book your place m.kelt@gcu.ac.uk

Not sure where GCU are? Use our travel directions page at http://www.gcu.ac.uk/theuniversity/howtofindus/traveldirections/

 

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