Access to Core Course Materials Project: recommendations and conclusions to be presented to SCILTA

Secker, J. (2001). Access to Core Course Materials Project: recommendations and conclusions to be presented to SCILTA. London, UK: UCL Library Services.

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Abstract

The Access to Core Course Materials Project was undertaken jointly by Library Services and the Education and Professional Development Department. The Project ran for 18 months, beginning in July 2000. It explored the feasibility of improving access to core teaching materials using electronic delivery and considered whether traditional teaching support services provided by Library Services could be expanded to include electronic materials.

The project aimed to develop UCL’s use of traditional and electronic study packs and examined the feasibility of creating an electronic course materials service. One of the key objectives of the project was to produce costed recommendations about the feasibility of implementing a new service. These would be presented to the Sub Committee on Learning, Teaching and Assessment (SCILTA) at UCL. This document sets out recommendations, with relevant evidence from the project, and includes the associated cost and resource implications.

Item Type: Monograph (Project Report)
Subjects: Z Bibliography. Library Science. Information Resources > Z665 Library Science. Information Science
Divisions: Learning Development Centre
URI: http://openaccess.city.ac.uk/id/eprint/17637

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