Library and Learning Services (LLS) is a new department within the University which brings together the Centre for Academic Practice (CfAP), a specialist study skills unit which provides support to students through individual tutorials, workshops and taught modules, and the library. CfAP staff will work alongside academic librarians (ALs) in a team known as Learning Development which will focus on addressing students’ questions regarding study skills and research at their point of need. The creation of such a structure has proved successful at other Higher Education institutions, enabling possibilities for collaborative delivery, holistic support, the sharing of best practice and the discovery of new opportunities.
|Publication status||Published - 12 Jun 2012|
|Event||Library and Learning Services (LLS) Conference 2012 - University of Northampton, Northampton, United Kingdom|
Duration: 19 Jun 2012 → 19 Jun 2012
|Conference||Library and Learning Services (LLS) Conference 2012|
|Period||19/06/12 → 19/06/12|
Swinton, K., Beeson, H., & MacLellan, F. (2012). Collaborative Learning: Enhancing the student experience through LLS. Poster session presented at Library and Learning Services (LLS) Conference 2012, Northampton, United Kingdom.