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