USTLG meeting 30th November 2016 full programme

The next meeting of the
University Science and Technology Librarians’ Group (USTLG)
will be held on:
Wednesday 30th November 2016

Venue: The Paul Hamlyn Library, Ealing campus
University of West London

Theme: How the library supports STEM students’ journey

Book your place via Eventbrite

Attendance at the meeting is free.
The usual charge for lunch is waived thanks to Elsevier.

PROGRAMME

10.00am – 10.30am:  Tour of the Library – optional, book in advance.
10.30am – 10.55am:  Arrive and register (tea/coffee.)
11.00am – 11.05am:  Welcome.
11.05am – 11.35am:   Edyta Krol, UWL “Keep calm and go to the library: how UWL Library supports students in the School of Computing and Engineering.”
11.35am – 12.05pm:   Kirsten Lamb, Cambridge, “Navigating a blank slate: what we learned from Engineering students in a refurbished library space.”
12.05pm – 12.35pm: Andrew Dodd & Susan Watson, Elsevier, “Elsevier’s Engineering and Geosciences solutions – supporting you and your users”
12.35pm – 1.30pm:  Lunch (sponsored by Elsevier.)
1.30pm – 2.00pm:    Laura Woods, Huddersfield “Using online interactive resources to reach students at point of need.”
2.00pm – 2.30pm:   Emma Stuart Edwards, Bath, “Not all ‘chalk and talk’: how the library supports Maths students with their placement year.”
2.30pm – 2.45pm: Tea/coffee.
2.45pm – 3.15pm:   Raj Harrison & Fiona Durham, Open, “Supporting STEM students at a distance: integrating skills and training at the OU.”
3.15pm – 3.45pm:  Angela Goldfinch & Ann Brew, Imperial “Referencing support for LaTeX users.”
3.45pm – 4.00pm: Closing remarks.
4.00pm – 4.30pm:  Tour of the Library – optional, book in advance.

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