Liaison Librarian with responsibility for the delivery of professional library services to NTU customers to support learning, teaching and research.
Her main set of responsibilities are:
- academic liaison
- participation in internal and external quality processes; supporting course development to ensure that the provision of the relevant learning resources meets the requirements of the University's quality agenda and those of external bodies
- design, delivery and evaluation of information and digital literacy provision
- to lead cross-NTU Library service development within a designated area of activity – Induction and Student Transition
- the delivery of face to face and online / offline enquiry services
- to be a point of reference in relation to copyright legislation and its implementation within the University.
Sharon is a chartered member of the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (MCLIP) and is on the committee for the CILIP sub-group Academic and Research Libraries Group East Midlands. Sharon also holds the Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy.
LIGGETT, A., MCGARVEY, V. and POTTER, S., 2012. HEA/JISC Open Educational Resources case study: pedagogical development from OER practice: research ethics OER: can they be 'radically re-purposed and remixed'? York: The Higher Education Academy.
PRICE, S., POTTER, S. and DONALDSON, A., 2010. Developing independent learners. In: Developing Students as Scholars. Proceedings of the Annual Learning and Teaching conference, Nottingham 29 March, 2010. Nottingham: Nottingham Trent University, pp. 32-33.See all of Sharon Potter's publications...