Monthly Archives: January 2012

Mary and David Medd: “mind map” of networks

I did a teaching session for MA students last night who were participating in the Understanding Education Research module here at the IOE. The aim of the session was to introduce the use of archives. One of the things i … Continue reading

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The value of our digital preservation projects to the wider community

The library’s two ongoing projects looking at digital preservation are just two  of nine that are feeding into a larger JISC funded project – Sustainable PReservation Using Community Engagement (SPRUCE). Launched at the beginning of the year and running for … Continue reading

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Library Postal Loans and Photocopying Service

Do you live far away from the Institute Library and find that because of this, you are unable to enjoy the full benefits of the rich physical library collection here at the IOE? Then the Postal Loans and Photocopying Service … Continue reading

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The film of the play of the book…

With the cinema release of War Horse this week, it looks like this much format shifted work will have equal success in its latest ‘life’. To accompany the release, Film Education have come up with a very useful website to … Continue reading

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How digitally literate are you?

How digitally literate are researchers and researcher development professionals? How is digital technology being used for research and to develop researchers? At what rate are higher education institutions embedding digital literacies in researcher development? In order to answer some of … Continue reading

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Welcome to the IOE

Welcome to all new students starting at the IOE this term. You’ll find the library on Level 4 of the  IOE building off the main concourse. If you’re not able to attend an induction session you’ll find lots of help … Continue reading

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Dickens 2012

“Next to Christmas Day, the most pleasant annual epoch in existence is the advent of the New Year”  – just one of the quotes from Charles Dickens featured in ‘Through the year with Dickens’ published at the beginning of the last … Continue reading

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