If you didn’t already know, this week (17th-23rd May) is Learning at Work Week!
This year’s theme is ‘Made for Learning’ and focuses on our capacity to learn and the importance of connection and community for developing empowered people and dynamic organisations.
It won’t surprise you to hear that libraries are real champions of lifelong learning and the team here at UHCW Library are no exception – we’re here to support you with improving your knowledge and information skills regardless of whether you are a library regular, or haven’t set foot in one in years!
So to mark the occasion, and champion our services, here are a few quick suggestions of how you can use the Library to enhance your learning, wherever you are with your career:
Use the drop-down menu in the top-right corner of our website to explore our wide range of e-resources, such as ClinicalKey, DynaMed and BMJ Best Practice. Try searching our Catalogue for a wide range of academic and professional texts, but also our extensive fiction collection for when you need a break!
Improve Your Skills
Check out our course brochure to find out more about our Knowledge Skills Training, or browse the Training page for course information. Already attended a Library training session? Check out the Training Resources page for additional learning resources.
Ask questions! Drop us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org to see how we can best support you in accessing our resources. Don’t see the training you need? Email our Knowledge Skills Librarian to discuss your learning needs: Beth.Jackson@uhcw.nhs.uk
If you’d like to find out more about engaging with lifelong learning, follow us over on Twitter @UHCWLibrary where we’ll be sharing some of our favourite resources and activities across the week.
You might also like to follow our colleagues in the Learning & Development Team @UHCW_LD for more information.