Wednesday, 26 November 2014

ScHARRNews - Wednesday 26th November 2014

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TODAY

Wear Your Old Band T-Shirt to Work Day 2014
Time to take out that cherished, faded and stained t-shirt from the bottom of your wardrobe.  BBC Radio 6 Music are having their annual WYOBTSTWD on Friday 28 November 2014.A free coffee for everyone in HEDS who does it......
An exciting opportunity!
Vacancy: CLAHRC Research Programme Manager Grade: 8a Hours: Full Time Contract type: Fixed term until 31.12.2018 Job Ref: 389-A-14-3102 Department: Quality and Safety Research Unit Location: Bradford Institute for Health Research, Bradford Royal InfirmaryClosing date: 1st December 2014 If you would like to find out more about this exciting opportunity please click here. 

YESTERDAY

Conference Review: SEDA 19th Annual Conference, 13-14th November 2014
SEDA conference: wired for sound from Claire Beecroft Last week I attended the 19th Annual SEDA Conference. SEDA is the Staff and Educational Development Association, and the attendees included staff working directly in educational development, learning technologists, enthusiastic teachers and other support and academic related staff.The theme of this year's conference was "Opportunities
Information Resources Blog (formerly ScHARR Library Blog) reaches 100,000 views
The Information Resources Blog, as managed by the Information Resources (IR) team here at ScHARR, has reached an impressive 100,000 views. In fact, because I’m so late in sending out this blog post, we have now reached an even more impressive 107,000 views. Not bad hey? The blog was first set-up in 2007 and is aimed at fellow colleagues in the worlds of health information and higher education, wit
Post-publication review
ScHARR IR blogMaking research better, more accessible and more impactful (is that a word?) through social media.  Big issues and very much in our sights.In three online articles, HEDS very own Andy Tattersall looks at post-publication review from what it is, where to get it and how it fits in with traditional review.

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