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Supporting Education at Cambridge

Student Experience in Libraries

Leads for Student Experience

Daniele Campello (Psychology Library)

Dominic Dixon (Assessment & User Experience)

Greg Jennings (Medical Library)

Frances Marsh (Biological Sciences)

Tom Sykes (Divinity Library)

Amy Theobold (Judge Business School)

Vasiliki Vartholomeou (Christ's College)

Group Aims

Cambridge University Libraries aim to work together to provide an unrivalled education and student experience.

  • Our students must have appropriate access to study space and essential services for the times that they need to study, in line with student wellbeing recommendations 
  • We want our students to find the resources and services that they need quickly and easily, and in a timely manner 

Supporting online learning and teaching

Cambridge University Libraries are supporting the changes to online teaching and learning. Information and case studies of good practice are available for library staff to explore.

Student Experience

Student Alone Studying
Student Experience Activities
   Surveys, qualitative research and data gathering; feedback on library experience
   Oversight of library work on the set of LibGuides for Cambridge University Libraries
   Investigate technology to enhance teaching & learning both online and in physical spaces
   SpaceFinder site: review and promotion
   Oversight of borrowing policies for all patrons, but especially students
   Support for University-wide projects impacting students
   Widening Participation:  build a one-stop-shop for the wider institution in support for WP
   Support for University projects eg Transition year.
   Feedback on Enquiries and Support (see the Support Group)
   Book purchase suggestion forms (in liaison with Collections Group)
   Resource Discovery - iDiscover for student experience (in liaison with Collections Group)
Students Studying in AMES Library

All photos on this guide are from Alice the Camera

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