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News about SADL

We are currently reviewing the future of the SADL programme with LSE Library, following the launch LSE Life to understand the impact of the programme and how we can make it sustainable and have a wider impact.

We are hoping to launch a collaborative digital literacy programme in Lent Term 2017, as developing digital literacies in our undergraduates remains a […]

Jane Secker

About Jane Secker

Digital Literacy and Copyright Advisor at LSE's Centre for Learning Technology

September 30th, 2016|SADL Project, Staff Post|0 Comments|

#LDSM2016 at LSE

LSE SADL, a partnership programme between LSE Library and LTI, has on the 15th June hosted the 3rd London Digital Student MeetUp (#LDSM2016). The LDSM is an event designed to facilitate networking, sharing of experiences and exploring new themes in the field of digital literacy and student engagement in the London Area. It is an event for Students and […]

Sonia Gomes

About Sonia Gomes

Sonia is the Learning Support Library Assistant for LSE’s Library Information Skills programmes as well as the Student Ambassador for Digital Literacy project (SADL). She has worked with LSE Archives and Special Collections and has a special interest in collections such as The Women's Library and the Hall-Carpenter Archives.

The 2016 Summer London Digital Student Meet-Up is here!

LSE SADL is hosting the Summer 2016 London Digital Student Meet-Up!

The LDSM is an informal opportunity for students in the London area, involved in Digital Literacy/Student Partnership projects to share ideas and discuss the benefits of such projects on their studies as well as on their personal and professional lives. Come along to hear how other student projects are […]

Sonia Gomes

About Sonia Gomes

Sonia is the Learning Support Library Assistant for LSE’s Library Information Skills programmes as well as the Student Ambassador for Digital Literacy project (SADL). She has worked with LSE Archives and Special Collections and has a special interest in collections such as The Women's Library and the Hall-Carpenter Archives.

May 19th, 2016|Staff Post|0 Comments|

Summer Term, make it a Summer of Innovation!

Summer term, a term of exams and other forms of assessment for you to show:

what you know
How well you know it
How well you can demonstrate it under pressure

Why not make it exciting too? As you prepare for your assessments, note down all the annoying things you come across throughout the day and then use them to generate innovative solutions […]

Sonia Gomes

About Sonia Gomes

Sonia is the Learning Support Library Assistant for LSE’s Library Information Skills programmes as well as the Student Ambassador for Digital Literacy project (SADL). She has worked with LSE Archives and Special Collections and has a special interest in collections such as The Women's Library and the Hall-Carpenter Archives.

April 29th, 2016|2015-16, Staff Post|0 Comments|
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    SADL and Statistics: an interview with Professor Pauline Barrieu

SADL and Statistics: an interview with Professor Pauline Barrieu

Dr Jane Secker, Programme Manager for SADL caught up with Professor Pauline Barrieu, Deputy Head of Department in Statistics at LSE. Statistics students have always made up an important part of the student ambassador cohort and this year seven of the nine Senior Ambassadors, providing support for the programme, were from this department. Jane was interested to know why […]

Jane Secker

About Jane Secker

Digital Literacy and Copyright Advisor at LSE's Centre for Learning Technology

SADL – Up for a Party!

The Student Ambassador for Digital Literacy Programme (SADL) has another graduated cohort ready to celebrate its achievements. In its third year, the programme run by LTI and the Library offers students and staff an opportunity to learn, share and collaborate in workshops and surgeries to produce resources fit for the 21st century.
At the celebration, staff will present the ambassadors […]

Sonia Gomes

About Sonia Gomes

Sonia is the Learning Support Library Assistant for LSE’s Library Information Skills programmes as well as the Student Ambassador for Digital Literacy project (SADL). She has worked with LSE Archives and Special Collections and has a special interest in collections such as The Women's Library and the Hall-Carpenter Archives.

Re-Imagining Education Conference at LSE

The SU at LSE is adding it’s last touches to this year’s arrangements for discussions about re-imagining education at LSE and here are:

Just a couple of dates for the diary below!

– Thursday 11th February – 6pm-8pm – Saw Swee Hock Building: First Floor Cafe – Launch of the Students Union Education Consultation Report – We will be holding a […]

Sonia Gomes

About Sonia Gomes

Sonia is the Learning Support Library Assistant for LSE’s Library Information Skills programmes as well as the Student Ambassador for Digital Literacy project (SADL). She has worked with LSE Archives and Special Collections and has a special interest in collections such as The Women's Library and the Hall-Carpenter Archives.

February 3rd, 2016|2015-16, Staff Post|0 Comments|

Why is digital literacy important?

Happy New Year and welcome to 2016! SADL is all about ‘digital literacy’ but you may be reading this wondering, what is digital literacy and why does it matter? Digital literacy can be many things, but in terms of the SADL project, some of the things we understand it to be:

the ability to find and evaluate information for your […]

Jane Secker

About Jane Secker

Digital Literacy and Copyright Advisor at LSE's Centre for Learning Technology

Celebrate Christmas with the LSE Library

Now that you have survived the first term of 2015 why not relax and catch up with your viewing using this great resource from the LSE Library! Box of broadcasts (available within the UK) has thousands of TV and radio programmes you can choose from. It is a Christmas tradition for many British families to watch the Queen’s speech […]

Sonia Gomes

About Sonia Gomes

Sonia is the Learning Support Library Assistant for LSE’s Library Information Skills programmes as well as the Student Ambassador for Digital Literacy project (SADL). She has worked with LSE Archives and Special Collections and has a special interest in collections such as The Women's Library and the Hall-Carpenter Archives.

December 15th, 2015|2015-16, Staff Post|0 Comments|

What is the most important thing you’ve learned from SADL?

As part of the Evaluation and Impact study of SADL, we asked our Ambassdaors and Senior Ambassadors to tell us what the most important thing they had learned from being part of this programme. You can listen to our students tell you.

Jane Secker

About Jane Secker

Digital Literacy and Copyright Advisor at LSE's Centre for Learning Technology