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Use of Electronic Information: Fact and Fiction. David House University of Brighton and JCALT. JISC Strategy. “Build an online information environment providing secure and convenient access to a comprehensive collection of scholarly and educational material”.

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Use of electronic information fact and fiction

Use of Electronic Information: Fact and Fiction

David House

University of Brighton and JCALT

Supporting Further and Higher Education


Use of electronic information fact and fiction

JISC Strategy

“Build an online information environment

providing secure and convenient access to a

comprehensive collection of scholarly and

educational material”

Supporting Further and Higher Education


Use of electronic information fact and fiction

Monitoring and evaluation framework

JUSTEIS

http://www.dil.aber.ac.uk/dils/Research/JUSTEIS

JUBILEE

http://online.northumbria.ac.uk/faculties/art/information_studies/imri

Supporting Further and Higher Education


Use of electronic information fact and fiction

Undergraduate use of EIS

%

68.5

63.8

21.9

19.7

19.2

10.4

10.0

8.5

1 Search engines

2 E-mail

3 Other web EIS

4 Other HEI web site

5 Own HEI OPAC

6 Other HEI web site

7 Local EIS

8 JISC negotiated services

Source: JCALT (01)31

Supporting Further and Higher Education


Use of electronic information fact and fiction

Undergraduate use of EIS

%

46.9

19.6

15.6

10.9

10.0

9.8

6.8

6.5

6.5

5.1

4.1

2.5

6.8

1 Course work

2 Background research

3 Planning leisure activity

4 Job search or application

5 Preparation for project work

6 Seminar presentation

7 Online shopping

8 Revision

9 Dissertation

10 Bibliography/reference checking

11 For someone else

12 Planning events

13 Other

Supporting Further and Higher Education


Use of electronic information fact and fiction

Regular use by postgraduates and staff

PG

%

61.8

53.9

25.0

23.7

19.7

17.1

13.2

13.2

Staff

%

79.3

79.3

48.3

62.1

51.7

41.4

37.9

34.5

Search engines

E-mail

JISC services

Own HEI OPAC

Own HEI web site

Single e-journals

Other HEI web site

Other web EIS

Supporting Further and Higher Education


Use of electronic information fact and fiction

Staff use of EIS

%

24

14

14

10

10

7

3

3

3

3

Student administration

Bibliography/reference checking

Leisure activity

For someone else

Teaching preparation

Background research

Project preparation

Online shopping

Seminar presentation

Research proposal

Supporting Further and Higher Education


Use of electronic information fact and fiction

Use of JISC services

%

8.5

25.0

48.3

Undergraduates

Postgraduates

Staff

Supporting Further and Higher Education


Use of electronic information fact and fiction

JISC EIS Teaching and Learning Initatives

Developing the DNER for Learning and Teaching (5/99)

“… to extend the usefulness of JISC services for learning

and teaching…”

Exchange for Learning Programme (X4L) (2/02)

“… to explore the re-purposing of existing and forthcoming

JISC funded content suitable for use in learning.”

Linking Virtual Learning Environments and Digital Librairies

Digital Libraries and the Classroom: Testbeds for Transforming

Teaching and Learning

Supporting Further and Higher Education


Use of electronic information fact and fiction

Possible stages in the development of ICT

in teaching and learning

Stage

1. Enhance existing T&L material

2. Provide additional T&L support

(complement existing provision)

3. Facilitate move from T to L

(transforming the curricula and assessment)

4. Significant replacement of Teaching

5. Almost total replacement of Teaching:

leading-edge technology

Supporting Further and Higher Education


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