Tag Archives: Professional Standards Framework

Acknowledge the wider context in which HE operates recognizing the implications for professional practice: Value 4

The Higher Education landscape is a rapid changing environment and I feel that the new challenges of the 21st century will continue to transform our practice. I recently attended the 8th Librarians Information Literacy Conference (LILAC) in Glasgow where Lord … Continue reading

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Promote participation in higher education and equality of opportunity for learners: Value 2

In my previous post, I tried to address some of my considerations on how the design of learning activities reflects the level of my respect to the diverse student body in Stratford and Bloomsbury campuses. I really enjoy being in … Continue reading

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Respect individual learners and diverse learning communities: value 1

It is well established that the Higher Education environment is overwhelmingly diverse in its student body and so is my experience in supporting their learning across two universities (Birkbeck and University of East London) and two main campuses. My main … Continue reading

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Professional values of the UK Professional Standards Framework

My career in Higher Education started in 1997 when I undertook a professional role as a Librarian in the Kapodistrian University of Athens, Greece. Teaching students was a natural function of my librarian role; it came about as a need … Continue reading

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