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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


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


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


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


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


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


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 JISC services

%

8.5

25.0

48.3

Undergraduates

Postgraduates

Staff

Supporting Further and Higher Education


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


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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