E is for e-learning: essential ingredient or artificial additive?. Andrew Booth, Senior Lecturer in Evidence Based Healthcare Information, ScHARR, University of Sheffield. FOLIO ( F acilitated O nline L earning as an I nteractive O pportunity). Is
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Senior Lecturer in Evidence Based Healthcare Information, ScHARR,
University of Sheffield
a distance learning programme of 12 professional development modules for health librarians, funded by the NeLH Librarian Development Programme and delivered by ScHARR, University of Sheffield
The team structure:
Education, Training and Development for NHS Librarians: Supporting e-learning (2003)
Shakespeare. Love’s Labour’s Lost.
Act 1 Scene ii.
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