Module 1: English for Specific purposes (Libraries, library terminology and library access)
English for Specific purposes (Libraries, library terminology and library access): this is targeted at all partners and will be integrated into official university structures and where feasible public and National libraries.
Module 2: IL Marketing skills for Academic staff librarians - Theory and practice
IL Marketing skills for Academic staff librarians- Theory and practice - Creating IL Awareness Campaign Strategies to address all Stakeholders
Module 3: Information Literacy 1
Information Literacy 1- for Librarians to train them to help learners find and use information effectively and ethically- this module will cover:
Module 4: Information Literacy 2
Information Literacy 2: for Librarians to train them to help Learners access information online and in print, to liase effectively with Library users + enhance their pedagogical and teaching skills.
Module 5: Information Literacy 3
Innovative online library services for 21st Century Librarians: aimed at librarians to help them develop new innovative online library services for Information Literacy:
Module 6: Information Literacy & Academic Writing 1
Information Literacy & Academic Writing 1: relating information literacy to academic writing. The contents include study skills for Academic Writing (Time management, Reading and Note Taking), developing critical analysis: the cognitive domain, basic principles of written English, Academic Writing and the process of composition, Academic Writing for different disciplines (e.g. writing for science and engineering, humanities, the Social Sciences).
Module 7 Information Literacy and Academic Writing 2
Module 7 is for graduate students to improve academic writing in study, research and publication relating Information Literacy. The topics include Information Literacy and Educational Technologies, Digital Publications Tools and other Technical Aids for Academic Writing, Information Literacy and Research data management, Academic Career Planning and Academic Writing, Getting Published, Dealing with your Research Supervisor, Research ethics, Project manamement skills incorporating Information Literacy Academic Writing and Research projects, Conferencing, Networking skills for Information Literacy, Writing for funding: writing effective funding applications for your University
Module 8: English for Professional Purposes?
English for Professional Purposes: aimed at all stakeholders to enhance competence in professional writing, to develop skills in successfully managing professional correspondence and the job application process.