9th July 2015 | IDF | Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Perth and Kinross

Organisation: City of Glasgow College

Project Title: ULib2: investigating resource discovery tools within a library environment

Project Aim: This project builds on the successful and ongoing U-Lib Project which is investigating the potential of open source tools to redefine the LMS in a college environment. Our library practitioners’ workshop and student requirements gathering exercise have identified a need for an integrated resource discovery tool which will allow seamless searching across college collections and licensed e-resources. This kind of functionality is not currently available within college library services (SLIC Survey 2014) but has the potential to be of considerable value to the college sector

Award: £10, 795

 

Organisation: Grampian Information

Project Title: Aberdeen Pop Up Maker Space

Project Aim: This project aims to inspire creativity and innovation in young people through access to creative technology in their local community, supported by a Maker Coach and other local creative practitioners

Award: £10, 000

 

Organisation: New College Lanarkshire

Project Title: Libraries, Literacy & Liberation

Project Aim: The project proposes to develop an effective library service at HMP Shotts and Low Moss taking into account the specific needs of the local prison population in each case.

Award: £20, 000

 

Organisation: Perth College UHI

Project Title: Personal Learning Networks: Getting Connected in the Digital Age

Project Aim: To create a standalone training object to help library practitioners create a Personal Learning Network (PLN). This would be a notional six hour unit, at the end of which the process of creating a PLN would be underway

Award: £2, 155

 

Organisation: Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh

Project Title: Growing skills: a scoping study for the creation of a digital literacy programme for adults returning to education

Project Aim: To identify the digital literacy requirements of adults returning to education via participation in the distance learning programmes offered by the RBGE

Award: £7, 050