The Library & Knowledge Service Learning Technologists have created a series of workshops to help you enhance your teaching with the use of technology.
Each session is stand-alone but would be complemented by the other sessions in the ‘Learning Technologies’ series.
Sessions are taught in our Library training rooms at RSCH and PRH
Numbers are limited so reserve your place at iris.bsuh.nhs.uk
- introduces and identifies advantages and challenges to this approach.
Tuesday 1 May 2018 – 11.00am – 12.30pm, PRH
Tuesday 5 June 2018 – 12.00pm – 1.30pm, RSCH
- identifies strategies for engaging learners and how to apply them to your teaching.
Tuesday 17 April 2018 – 12.00pm – 1.30pm, RSCH
Tuesday 15 May 2018 – 11.00am – 12.30pm, PRH
Tuesday 19 June 2018 – 12.00pm – 1.30pm, RSCH
- investigates health education podcasts and shows how to utilise tools and techniques to create your own short video.
Tuesday 10 April 2018 – 12.00pm – 1.30pm, RSCH
Tuesday 8 May 2018 – 1.00pm – 2.30pm, PRH
Tuesday 12 June 2018 – 12.00pm – 1.30pm, RSCH
- introduces the fundamentals of video creation for educational use and develops your confidence to begin to create and host your own video
Tuesday 24 April 2018 – 12.00pm – 1.30pm, RSCH
Tuesday 22 May 2018 – 11.30am – 1.00pm, PRH
Tuesday 26 June 2018 – 12.00pm – 1.30pm, RSCH
It’s been a long old winter but spring is finally here. What better time to learn something new or fine-tune your existing skills?
Whether you’re preparing for academic courses, presenting at a journal club or researching patient care, the Library and Knowledge Service provides a range of teaching sessions that will help you:
We offer expert instruction and guidance in our dedicated teaching rooms at our libraries at Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton and at the Princess Royal Hospital, Haywards Heath.
Book onto one of our scheduled courses at the Royal Sussex County Hospital or Princess Royal Hospital, or to arrange teaching at Mill View Hospital: http://www.bsuh.nhs.uk/work-and-learn/library-services/training-courses/
NEW: If you have an educational, teaching or facilitating role at BSUH, look out for our new learning technology courses – log into iris.bsuh.nhs.uk and browse under “Learning Technologies” in the course search function.
Whether you’re writing course assignments, embarking on research or keeping track of your professional reading, help is at hand with your library and EndNote referencing software.
Why should I use EndNote?
Inserting in-text references and compiling bibliographies to your report, research paper or assignment can take hours. Referencing software, such as EndNote, speeds up the process by compiling a database of any references you use, letting you add selected references into your work at the touch of a button.
And if you need to switch styles from Vancouver to Harvard, EndNote makes the changes for you automatically in a matter of seconds. You can also allow team access to one reference library for effective collaboration.
How do I access EndNote?
EndNote Online (or basic) is the free version of EndNote and has everything you need for successful referencing:
- Create an online account to search, save and use your research sources
- Use built-in connections to search the most popular databases
- Save and organize the references you find (up to 50,000)
- Integrate with Microsoft® Word to properly cite and format your paper
- Choose from the most popular bibliography formats, including Harvard, Vancouver and APA style
Once you have registered for an account, you can access EndNote from anywhere. EndNote is also available as an iPad app via the iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/endnote-for-ipad/id593994211?mt=8
*EndNote desktop version is more complex than the web version and has additional tools:
- Unlimited storage capacity
- Create and save advanced searches
- Customise views and displays
- Edit reference import filters & output styles
- Cite tables, figures, & equations
- Use term lists for auto-entry
- Full library sharing—up to 100 users
- Annotate and highlight PDFs
- Create or customize your own bibliographic formatting styles
- Create smart groups of references for instant sorting
*EndNote desktop is installed on a number of the PCs in our libraries so can only be used onsite.
Help in using EndNote
Teaching on using EndNote referencing software is available in all our libraries. We’ll take you step-by-step through the process, from creating your own account and importing references to creating your own bibliography. Reserve your space on our hour-long workshops here: www.bsuh.nhs.uk/library/information-skills/using-endnote/
“EndNote training was excellent.” Public Health Information Specialist
Note: our scheduled teaching uses EndNote Online as this is available anywhere. Contact us if you would like training on the more advanced EndNote desktop version.
Just released: our January to March 2018 teaching dates!
Whether you’re returning to study, updating your CPD or researching patient care, the Library and Knowledge Service provides a range of teaching sessions that will help you:
- Find authoritative healthcare research effectively and efficiently to support patient care, service improvement, research, professional development and coursework
- Critically read research papers in order to evaluate and understand the evidence
- Learn how to use Twitter effectively for professional networking
- Use Endnote reference software to store and manage your references
- Critically appraise qualitative research to identify validity and bias
- Use reflective writing in your nurse revalidation NMC form
We offer scheduled sessions in our dedicated teaching rooms at our libraries at Royal Sussex County Hospital, Brighton and at the Princess Royal Hospital, Haywards Heath.
Teaching at the library at the Mill View Hospital, Hove is carried out by the Mental Health Librarian who will arrange a session on request.
Book onto one of our scheduled courses at the Royal Sussex County Hospital or Princess Royal Hospital, or arrange teaching at Mill View Hospital: http://www.bsuh.nhs.uk/work-and-learn/library-services/training-courses/
New teaching dates announced for PRH!
This popular course is suitable for anyone who teaches staff, trainees or students and aims to enhance teaching using learning technologies.
Each session lasts only 90 minutes and is stand-alone but would be complemented by the other session.
Follow the links below for more details and to book your place.
Session 1: Flipped classroom: getting ready to learn – introduces and identifies advantages and challenges to this approach.
Session 2: Active learning: getting engagement in the classroom – identifies strategies for engaging learners and how to apply them to your teaching
Explore all our courses at https://www.bsuh.nhs.uk/library/information-skills/
The Library and Knowledge Service offers a variety of services to help implement evidence in practice.
- We find evidence to answer your specific clinical or managerial questions.
- We run teaching to refresh your skills in finding, evaluating and managing healthcare research.
- We send you short updates on the latest publications in your field.
Now all of these services can be accessed more easily via our KnowledgeShare website.
Logging in allows you to update your professional interests and receive email updates on the latest research, request an evidence search, see previous search requests, book onto or cancel attendance at teaching, and download certificates of attendance.
You can also connect with other members of KnowledgeShare across the country to collaborate and share knowledge.
Log in at www.knowledgeshare.nhs.uk with an NHS OpenAthens password (register first if you don’t have one already) or contact us to find out more.
We couldn’t agree more with B. B. King so we’re delighted to release our teaching programme for this autumn.
Here are just some of the skills we would love to share with you:
See our website for details, dates and booking, or contact us for more information.