Tag Archives: Libraries

Whose library is it anyway? Thoughts from the CPD25 conference: Managing the Learning Environment (25th November 2014)

In 2014 I attended two CPD25 events on managing student behaviour. The first, held in March, was called ‘Managing Student Behaviour’, and was split between Customer Service skills-building in the morning and talks from representatives from different academic libraries in the afternoon. Because such a large part of managing student behaviour involves managing the environment, … Continue reading Whose library is it anyway? Thoughts from the CPD25 conference: Managing the Learning Environment (25th November 2014)

Finding Audio-Visual Resources at City Library

Dear All, I have been asked (by Samantha Halford) to blog about a recent training I attended which covered Audio-Visual resources and material that we have at City University. As this is my first blog  on this site I will keep this short (and sweet). The training was provided by Alex Asman  and the following … Continue reading Finding Audio-Visual Resources at City Library

Career Development Day for Library & Information Assistants

In February, Amy, James, Sue and I attended this event run by CPD25, which was aimed specifically at Library & Information Assistants. The event was held in the Hardy Room of the London Mathematical Society on Russell Square. The day was divided into two: in the morning Jeremy Clark from Sue Hill Recruitment held a … Continue reading Career Development Day for Library & Information Assistants