• Learning how to share

    Staff Development: eShare: Making the most of your Digital Repository What is eShare? Why do we have it? How can it benefit me? Come along for an introduction to our digital repository for teaching and learning and see how you can make the most of eShare. eShare offers you the opportunity to showcase your work […]

  • Flexible help in the University Library….we’ll come to you!

    Did you know that the University Library has introduced a new ‘roving’ member of staff?  These staff are out on the floors and available to support you with any IT and library issues.  The staff can help with everything from logging in queries, to support with printing and copying, to help with microsoft packages. No […]

  • Did you know…

    That Learning Services provide support for the AV technology within the classroom or lecture theatre environment. If you are in a classroom and are experiencing a problem, your first point of contact would be to call the Learning Services helpline on ext 4286. We provide three operational levels of technical support; Level 1 – The […]

  • New wiki site and support tool for Edge Hill staff

    Learning Services has recently launched a new wiki site which is available to the whole staffing community of the University.  This new resource offers staff important information about our department and the key areas where we can offer help and support to ensure that staff get the best use of our staff resources and services. […]

  • Research support from Learning Services

    Are you a research student or an academic member of staff engaged in research? Learning Services can help you to identify relevant resources and develop your research skills. The research support team of Yvonne Smith, Craig Collinson and Elaine Czotter provide 1-2-1 and group sessions in areas such as bibliographic management, academic writing, information resources and IT […]

  • ZETOC – keeping informed of new publications

    Zetoc is a great tool for keeping up-to-date with new developments in your field. It provides access to the British Library’s electronic Table of Contents service which contains around 20,000 current journals and the 16,000 conference proceedings published per year. The database covers 1993 to date, and is updated on a daily. It includes an […]