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Updated links to shortlisted resources

October 9, 2014

Things have moved on since I originally posted the shortlist of the evaluated resources, and hyperlinks have changed. I have updated the links (09 Oct 2014), below:

  • Cardiff UniversityEmbedded information literacyPostgraduate students, integration of information and digital literacies into the University Graduate College skills development programme
  • Cranfield UniversityOnline information literacy tutorialUndergraduate / postgraduate students, highly interactive online tutorials on a wide range of IL issues; attractively and imaginatively packaged.
  • Glasgow Caledonian UniversityPG IL module (‘Pilot’)Postdoc researchers, online tutorials on wide range of IL issues (developed for postdocs, but also suitable for graduate students).
  • Loughborough UniversityeMRSG: East Midlands Research Support Group: early career researchers, online interactive tutorials on disseminating research outputs and reference management. Resource developed jointly by four East Midlands HEIs.
  • LSEMY592Postgraduate students, structured 6-week course on many aspects of IL
  • Open University, Ready to researchPostgraduate students, a set of online tutorials, structured within a broad range of IL topics.
  • Oxford UniversityResearch Skills ToolkitPostgraduate students, a set of interactive online resources
  • University of BathInformation Skills for Research PostgraduatesPostgraduate students, extensive programme of courses throughout the academic year, mostly on literature searching, but also on copyright, plagiarism, use of databases. Some discipline-specific resources.
  • University of BirminghamRaising your research profileWorkshops on publishing, bibliometrics and social media.
  • University of DurhamTraining Resources 1213Postgraduate students, range of  IL courses
  • University of EdinburghResearch Data MANTRA coursePostgraduate students, online tutorials on all aspects of research data management.
  • University of ManchesterMedia & Information resourcePostgraduate students, researchers, podcast-based online resource covering wide range of IL issues.
  • University of NottinghamEffective Literature SearchingPostgraduate students (early stage), 5-day course on literature searching
  • University of SalfordSalford Postgraduate Research Training (SPoRT)Postgraduate researchers, wide-ranging programme of workshops reflecting the structure of the RDF; selected sessions available on aspects of IL.
  • University of WarwickDigital ResearcherEarly career researchers, module-based, 18-week online learning programme on social media in the research lifecycle.
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