Conferences, publications & awards

Articles:

Schneider, M. and Howard, H. 2013. Don’t reinvent the wheel: resources to support the teaching of academic skills across the curriculum. Journal of Learning Development. 5, no pagination.

Schneider, M. and Elston, C. 2011. Library induction: online vs face-to-face. SCONUL. 52, pp.31-34.

Conferences and events:

Schneider, M. 2013. The Final Chapter: developing the academic skills of final year project students. LILAC, 25-27 March, University of Manchester.

Schneider, M and Kelsall. J. 2012. From e-learning to e-teaching: using real-time online support to maximise our reach. Hands on the future, 26th March 2012, University of Leeds.

Schneider, M. and Kelsall, J. 2012.  Webinar on how to use screen capture software to create e-learning resources. AldinHE conference. 2-4 April, university of Leeds.

Schneider, M. 2012. Don’t reinvent the wheel: resources to support the teaching of information literacy and academic skills across the curriculum. LILAC, 11-13 April, Glasgow Caledonian University.

Schneider, M. 2012. From e-learning to e-teaching: using real-time online support to maximise our reach. LILAC, 11-13th April 2012, Glasgow Caledonian University.

Schneider, M. 2012. Delivering webinars using Adobe Connect. Reflecting through a digital lens: how can Libraries support learning? 11th May, Leeds Trinity University College.

Schneider, M. 2011. The journey from Information Literacy to an Academic Skills  Strategy. Embedding information literacy: from strategy to practice, University of Bradford, 13 April.

Schneider, M. and Pullinger, D. 2010. Who dares to teach, must never cease to learn. LILAC, 29-31 March, Limerick.

Awards:

2013: Runner up Information Literacy Practitioner of the year

2012: Skills@Library team won Credo Reference Digital Award for Information Literacy

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