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Julie Luxton

 

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Julie Luxton - ()

  • Job title: Academic Engagement Manager, Library & Digital Support (Technology & Information Services)
  • Address: Room 212, Charles Seale Hayne Library, Drake Circus,
    Plymouth, Devon, PL4 8AA
  • Telephone: +441752587121
  • Alternative telephone: +441752587121
  • Facsimile: +441752587121
  • Email: J.Luxton@plymouth.ac.uk


Role
I lead the Academic Engagement Team 

Qualifications & background
1990 - 1994 University of Plymouth, BEd (Hons) Primary Mathematics (1st)   

1999 - 2004 University of Wales, Aberystwyth, MSc (Econ) Information and Library Studies  
 

Professional membership
Member of the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP)

Education Librarians Group (ELG)
 




Journals
Articles
Luxton JE  (2009)  'Departure From the Library Desk! One Undergraduate Programme’s Story of its Subject Librarian’s Evolving Role' SCONUL Focus  (45),  pp 41 - 44
Luxton JE  (2009)  'The impact of an information literacy curriculum on undergraduate student development and success: a critical analysis' Widening Participation and Lifelong Learning  11  (3),  pp 6 - 12
Conference Papers
Luxton JE  (2011)  'Empowering the academic: creative approaches to engaging academic staff with TEL to improve student access to information, a case study using Talis Aspire' LILAC.  British Library / London School of Economics 
Moody JM & Luxton J  (2011)  'Empowering the academic: creative approaches to engaging academic staff with TEL to improve student access to information, a case study using Talis Aspire' LILAC.  London 
Luxton JE  (2010)  'Empowering and Effective Communication: The Voice of the Subject Librarian' Futureproof: making libraries indispensable to learning, teaching and research.  Exeter University 
Luxton JE  (2010)  'The impact of an Information Literacy  Curriculum (ILC) on Undergraduate student development and success: a critical analysis' Mainstreaming equity, opportunity and success in higher education.  Edgehill University, Liverpool