This week Sheila Webber and Professor Sheila Corrall will again be contributing to a number of events.
Tuesday 14 July
Sheila Corrall is chairing a panel session on The future of professional education in which representatives of different LIS sectors will debate the fitness for purpose of current provision and priorities for the future at the Umbrella conference.
Sheila Webber is presenting a paper on Inquiry Based Learning as a First Year Experience at the Learning Through Enquiry Alliance conference taking place in Reading.
Wednesday 15 July
Sheila Corrall is speaking on The changing librarian: librarians of the future at the ARLIS 40th anniversary conference, Tradition and Transformation, in Cambridge.
Sheila Webber is co-presenting (with Keri Gray of Weekes-Gray Recruitment) a session Professional inspiration to join the communities of Second Life at the Umbrella conference.
Thursday 16 July
Sheila Corrall is speaking at RIN/RCUK expert workshop (in London) on improving information-handling skills and competencies on Strategic coordination and collaboration between organizations with an interest in training provision and facilitating a breakout session.
Sheila Webber will be back in Sheffield, meeting with Professor Leila Green (Edith Cowan University). Sheila was invited to participate in the Accessible 3D Virtual Learning Environments project, joining Professor Jackie Marsh (University of Sheffield, Educational Studies) in developing of case studies for pedagogy in 3D environments.