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Digital literacy training for students

Digital literacy is a key skill students must develop both to succeed at University and to thrive in our digitally connected, global society and Academic librarians have long provided teaching sessions to equip students with the research skills they need. These might be scheduled as one-off sessions in the library but are more effective and have greater […]

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Designing student learning by integrating publisher resources in Blackboard

Integrating publisher resources in Blackboard

Publisher resources are made available for many key academic texts and are used in a number of academic contexts.  In this presentation, Rachel Lander, Course Leader for MSc Purchasing and Supply Chain Management at the University of Westminster, describes how integrating publisher resources into Blackboard can support independent learning.  She also talks about the challenges […]

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University of Westminster guidance for finding and using e-books

Accessing e-books: a guide for educational development course students

e-Books Sometimes a little bit fiddly to access, using and finding and using e-books confidently is something that comes with practice.  In order to help educational development course participants, on modules leading to award of MA Higher Education, the Library has put together these guidance notes on how to find and use e-books using the […]

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