eBook pages added to Grammar and Health and Wellbeing sections
The training session for or Academic Video Online and ProQuest Education Database has been organised for Thursday 16th June 2022, from 10:00 am-11:00 am. If you or your colleagues are interested in attending please get in touch with us at email@example.com. Please see our latest blog post on Inside FET for details.
Some of the Careers and Computer Skills eBooks the library has available have been added as separate pages in those sections
New resource available: ProQuest's Publicly Available Content Database brings together on one platform publicly available scholarly content from a number of different sources from around the world.Content includes journal articles, pre-prints, books, conference papers and reports. Password required
New section under Practitioner Slkills: Blended Learning Policy Series - the presentations, documents and resources from the ETBI Quality section's webinars in support of ETBs’ blended learning infrastructure planning
A couple of Beginner ESOL resources (courtesy of Educoot) have been added to the FET Resources for Ukrainians in Ireland section
Two new blog posts have been published:
The Psychological First Aid for Practitioners recording and slides can also be found on the Document Library.
A new section under Resources: FET Resources for Ukrainians in Ireland includes some leaflets providing information, in English, Ukrainian and Ireland on the FET sector in Ireland and some ESOL resources (workbooks, teaching notes and audio files) generously supplied by Educoot
Two pages added: videos and slides for the keynote presentations at the recent FET Colleges Ireland Annual Conference 2022
Adult Education Guidance and Information Service contact details for Ukrainian refugees are now available.
New menu bar heading: Practitioner Skills, which gathers together new staff related sections: Communities of Practice, Copyright, ePortfolios, Getting Started in Research and Open Educational Resources. To make room, we've removed the COVID-19 tab, the relevant sections now sit under the About tab
After a successful trial period with some positive feedback, the ETBI FET digital library has subscribed to Academic Video Online, a.comprehensive video subscription platform available to libraries. It delivers more than 73,000 titles spanning the widest range of subject areas including anthropology, business, counselling, film, health, history, music, and more, with content aimed at both higher and further education institutions. Contact the library (with an institutional email) for access instructions.
A new blog post, The Voice of Apprentices in the European Year of Youth 2022 - Conference Write Up, has been published in our blog, Inside FET.
The ETBI FET Digital Library user survey is now open! This survey is open to both learners and practitioners in the Irish FET sector. Let us know how we’re doing and help the library grow and improve.
A new blog post, Green Business Programme & ‘Green Manager Programme’ for the Irish Hospitality Sector, has been published in our blog, Inside FET.
A new blog post, Development Education – Actioning Change From Local to Global, has been published in our blog, Inside FET.
A new blog post, Ireland Reads: ETBI Squeezes in a Read, has been published in our blog, Inside FET.
The Check-in Take-off (CITO) web application is an easy-to-use online self-assessment application, which provides a positive experience for adults to explore their learning goals, recognise their existing skills and identify what skills they could develop. ETBI and WWETB ETBI participated in the final conference of the CITO project, The recordings and presentations from this conference are available in the document library
A new blog post, Speak Easy - A Mental Health Support Service for Apprenticeship – An Adult Learning Initiative that Supports Positive Mental Health, has been published in our blog, Inside FET.
As part of the Further Education and Training (FET) Strategy 2014-2019, the National Adult Literacy Agency (NALA) was commissioned by SOLAS to complete a number of research projects,.One project, Marking Progress, focused on research into family literacy, aiming to work collaboratively with interested ETBs to produce and share relevant resources. As the project has ended and the webpages may be removed, the resources are being made available in the Literacy Resource section with the permission of NALA and the Marking Progress Project.
New blog post, Ireland Reads: Squeeze in a Read on February 25th, has been cross-posted to both the FET Health and Wellbeing Blog and Inside FET.
The library has subscribed to PressReader, an online platform providing access to over 7,000 newspapers and magazines. More information and access details are given in the PressReader guide
The guidelines, toolkit, frequently asked questions and final report of a SOLAS/ETBI project designed to support assessment of literacy and numeracy in the context of Further Education and Training (FET) programmes at NFQ Levels 4, 5 and 6.are now available in the document library
The Sales and Marketing subject guide now has an eBooks page with details of a few ebooks recommended to apprentices