RLO workshops – January 2018

City RLO workshops: 

•             Friday 12TH January 1-2pm Charles Street  (12.3.10)

•             Monday 15th January 10-11am Charles Street (12.3.10)

 Collegiate RLO workshops: 

•             January 17th 1 – 2 C106  Collegiate Library

Please email your subject librarian if you want to attend.

 

RLO Workshops w/b 27th November 2017

We’re offering, in November and December, a series of drop-in workshops (booking not required), at both campuses, to support staff in creating and modifying RLOs. Everyone is welcome to attend the drop ins, whether you are a beginner or just need a refresher. If you would rather have 1 -2 -1 support please contact your librarian.

Date Time Location
Monday 27th 9-10am Owen 320
Tuesday 28th 11-12pm Collegiate C034
Wednesday 29th 2-3pm Charles Street 12.3.10
Friday 1st 1-2pm Collegiate C033

 

RLO workshop w/b 20th November 2017

We’re offering, in November and December, a series of drop-in workshops (booking not required), at both campuses, to support staff in creating and modifying RLOs. Everyone is welcome to attend the drop ins, whether you are a beginner or just need a refresher. If you would rather have 1 -2 -1 support please contact your librarian

Date Time Location
Monday 20th 1-2pm Owen 330
Wednesday 22nd 10-11am Heart of Campus HC.0.04
Thursday 23rd 3-4pm Charles Street 12.3.10
Friday 24th 11-12pm C034

RLO Workshops w/b 13th November

We’re offering, in November and December, a series of drop-in workshops (booking not required), at both campuses, to support staff in creating and modifying RLOs. Everyone is welcome to attend the drop ins, whether you are a beginner or just need a refresher. If you would rather have 1 -2 -1 support please contact your librarian.

Date Time Location
Monday 13th 12-1pm Charles Street 12.3.10
Wednesday 15th 3-4pm Collegiate C034
Thursday 16th 9-10am Stoddart 7324
Friday 17th 10-11am Collegiate C033

 

 

RLO – Online support

The following videos will help you both get started with your reading lists.

https://youtu.be/jgMK509pAQw – creating a list

https://youtu.be/G0MIIJROzZs – Adding a section

https://youtu.be/36DmJXDs4dA – Adding a book

https://youtu.be/_UIDNJ3McT4 – Adding a journal article

https://youtu.be/Q2U88c2WzbQ – Publishing and reviewing

https://youtu.be/0TuUffpV6Z8 – Adding to a Bb site

https://youtu.be/YNGMrxP8WDIGood Practice Guidelines for RLO

Engaging designs

The following three modules all had high usage statistic last year and show a range of approaches to designing your reading list, increased annotation of lists is one of our key targets this year, have a look at these lists and see what you think.

Education Policy and Context 0-18

Theory Supporting Practice

The Making of Modern Britain, 1780-1918

Further details on Best Practice can be found on the RLO Staff Guide

RLO workshop and Library Update

Just a quick note to let you know of the RLO  and Summer Update workshop that is running in September.

RLO

  • create lists, add to lists and copy lists – Bookmarking at SHU
  • divide lists into subsections
  • mark items as essential
  •  request a review so that the library obtains the materials you need
  • attach your list to your Blackboard module
  • locate the online help with requesting digitised items

Summer updates

  • Library Search
  • Help with Referencing
  • Subject guide

If you want to attend this workshop or arrange an alternative time please contact your Subject Librarian.

Tuesday 12th September 2017 3 – 4 pm Collegiate Library, C106

Rollover

Thanks to DylanRoll over of lists from 2016/2017 to 2017/2018 will be happening next week Wednesday 31st May before the Blackboard rollover. All the current year’s published lists will be copied over to the new academic year.

Please note that as this year’s Blackboard rollover will also assign new codes to modules, the new 2017/2018 lists in RLO will not link correctly until they are mapped to the changed codes. We will be working with our suppliers to complete this work over the following weeks.