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Working with partnership courses

Please refer to the relevant tab below for information on working with students on collaborative courses.

Where funding is received by the University of Worcester, students register with the University. Where funding is received by a partner college, students register with the partner.  PGCE courses delivered at partner organisations have a slightly different set of requirements.

Information from the Academic Quality Unit for staff working on University of Worcester collaborative courses is available on the Partner Institution Staff webpages.

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Working with students registered with the University of Worcester

 

Service level agreement

This agreement (pdf) sets out responsibilities for resource provision at the partner and the University.  Please refer to it when preparing a new course for approval and for partnership and periodic reviews.

 

Access to online resources

The majority of our online resources are licensed for use by students and staff on courses registered with the University.  Restrictions are in place due to licence agreements, please check the resources available (pdf) while preparing your course.

If you teach or support University of Worcester students on a registered course, you are eligible for access to a set of library resources. Please apply for registered lecturer or registered administrator / HE manager status to gain access.

Terms and conditions govern the use of these resources. Where access is allowed for staff in a partner organisation, this is limited to teaching or supporting University of Worcester students.  The online resources must not be used in relation to the teaching or support of other students at the partner organisation.

Key online resources are listed on your relevant subject guide.  The askalibrarian team offer email support with online resource queries. 

 

Resource lists

Course teams are responsible for providing resource lists for their students via Talis Aspire.  All partners delivering the same course should use the same lists.  Please note, we do not use the lists to purchase resources for collaborative courses; partner organisations are responsible for providing key resources for collaborative courses.

For further support please see our guidance for working with resource lists, or contact your Academic Liaison Librarian.

 

Digitisation service

This service provides electronic copies of book chapters or journal articles via resource lists.  You can request a copy by editing the relevant resource list.

 

Contact

Ann Craig is responsible for co-ordinating library services for University of Worcester students and staff at partner organisations.

 

Information for students

There is a set of information for students covering library services and resources provided by the University. The video included provides a useful overview for students.

Working with students registered with the partner

 

Service level agreement

This agreement (pdf) sets out responsibilities for resource provision at the partner and the University.  Please refer to it when preparing a new course for approval and for periodic reviews.

 

Access to online resources

Where partner organisations receive the funding for the course they are responsible for providing all online resources.

If you teach or support University of Worcester students on a registered course, you are eligible for access to a set of library resources.  Please apply for registered lecturer or registered administrator / HE manager status to gain access.

Terms and conditions govern the use of these resources. Where access is allowed for staff in a partner organisation, this is limited to teaching or supporting University of Worcester students.  The online resources must not be used in relation to the teaching or support of other students at the partner organisation.

 

Contact

Ann Craig is responsible for co-ordinating library services for University of Worcester students and staff at partner organisations.

 

Information for students

There is a set of information for students covering library services provided by the University. The video included provides a useful overview for students.

Working with students registered for a partner PGCE course

 

Service level agreement

This agreement (pdf) sets out responsibilities for resource provision at the partner and the University.  Please refer to it when preparing a new course for approval and for periodic reviews.

 

Resource lists

Course teams are responsible for providing resource lists for their students via Talis Aspire.  All partners delivering the same course should use the same lists.  Please note, the University do not use the lists to purchase library resources for collaborative courses.

For further support please see our guidance for working with resource lists, or contact your Academic Liaison Librarian.

 

Access to online resources

A subset of resources are licensed for use by students and staff on partner PGCE courses.  Restrictions are in place due to licence agreements, please check the resources available

If you teach or support University of Worcester students on a partner PGCE course, you are eligible for access to a set of library resources.  Please apply for registered lecturer or registered administrator / HE manager status to gain access.

Terms and conditions govern the use of these resources. Where access is allowed for staff in a partner organisation, this is limited to teaching or supporting University of Worcester students.  The online resources must not be used in relation to the teaching or support of other students at the partner oganisation.

Key online resources are listed on your subject guide.  The askalibrarian team offer email support with online resource queries. 

 

Contact

Ann Craig is responsible for co-ordinating library services for University of Worcester students and staff at partner organisations.

 

Information for students

There is a set of information for students covering library services provided by the University. The video included provides a useful overview for students.

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