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Health Info Libr J. 2005 Dec;22(4):262-6.

Access to learning resources for students on placement in the UK: what are the issues and how can we resolve them?

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  • Trent Strategic Health Authority, Sandiacre, Nottinghamshire, UK. richard.marriott@nhs.net

Abstract

AIM:

To compile a list of the issues regarding access to learning resources which affect students on placement in the UK and suggest some ways in which these can be resolved.

RESULTS:

Issues relating to PC access, network access, software, firewalls, disciplinary procedures, electronic information resources, virtual learning environments, service level agreements, physical access to libraries, book loans, reading lists and course committees are identified and discussed in relation to NHS libraries.

CONCLUSIONS:

Successful resolution of the IT and library issues, which are increasingly inter-linked, can help to ensure that students have a positive placement experience. Resolution will depend on close, regular liaison and can be assisted by negotiation of a clear Service Level Agreement.

PMID:
16293168
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