Courses for Secondary Schools
Mobile Technology and the School Library
Mobile technology is playing an increasingly important role in the forward-looking school library. Join Sarah Pavey, author of the recent School Library Association publication ‘Mobile Technology and the School Library’ (SLA June 2014) as she examines some of the issues surrounding the use of mobile technology in school.
|Wednesday 6 May 2015||9.30am - 3pm||Falcon House, Winchester||SLIB0130|
Strategic Leadership for LRC Managers
This course is intended to provide essential guidance for LRC Managers on the strategic aspects of running a secondary school learning resources centre. SLIB0119
|Wednesday 25 February 2015||9.30am - 3.30pm||SLS Fareham||SLIB0119-14AA|
Non-Fiction in the Spotlight
This year’s free seminar for secondary schools will focus on the value of non-fiction collections and ways to make better use of them.
|Monday 26 January 2015||9.30am -12.30pm||Winchester Discovery Centre||SLIB0129|
A workshop providing supportive training on the Eclipse.net library management programme, to enable schools to get more effective use and value from this expensive resource. SLIB01114
|Wednesday 24 June 2015||9.30am - 3.30pm||Falcon House, Winchester|
Decipher Your Data
This course will enable you to exploit the powerful and sophisticated flexibility of Views in Eclipse.net Silverlight. Views can be used to examine all aspects of your catalogue, to monitor borrowers’ loan patterns, and to highlight curriculum and fiction resources to your borrowers. SLIB0132
|Thursday 26 February 2015||1pm - 3.30pm||Falcon House, Winchester|
How to book
The course headings are linked through to HCC's central course administration system where you will find more details and booking information.
Your designated school booker, usually the admin officer, will have a login for the system. You will need the course code to book.