New Division of Library, Learning and Information Services

Posted by rmt22 at Jan 03, 2018 01:10 PM |
We have created a new division which brings together all of our key learning and information support teams.

The University Library, the Leicester Learning Institute, Information Assurance Services and the new Records Management service have combined to form the new Division of Library, Learning and Information Services, headed by Caroline Taylor, University Librarian.

The new Division brings together services which are at the heart of developing and disseminating knowledge, curating information and enabling excellence in teaching, learning and scholarship.

We are focused on delivering a step change in performance in key areas of teaching, learning and research practice and the new Division will continue to support students and academics in each of these areas.

Caroline Taylor said: “In the coming year, our focus will be on supporting a culture of innovation and digital proficiency, fostering excellence, quality and confidence in teaching, fostering good practice in the management of data and records, including research data and improving the quality of our learning and teaching resources.

“We are particularly focused on ensuring that the University’s unique and distinctive collections are enhanced and preserved. I look forward to working with colleagues across the new Division to ensure that in all this we place our students and staff at the centre of everything we do.”

Caroline is supported by her senior team:

  • Frances Deepwell, Director of the Leicester Learning Institute
  • Jo Aitkins, Associate Director, User Services
  • Joanne Dunham, Associate Director, Resources and Information
  • Neil Donohue, Associate Director, Academic Engagement and Scholarly Communications

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