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e-books for FE December 2021 newsletter

Welcome to the December 2021 issue of our e-books for FE newsletter. We’ve made it to the end of another challenging year! E-book usage remained high in November, with a total of 159,481 user sessions across the subscribing colleges – the second-highest ever recorded (the highest remains last November, with 164,646). Thank you for all […]

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Vocational Learning Resources November Newsletter

  Welcome to the November 2021 Vocational Learning Resources newsletter. This month we’re looking at the project we’re running to evolve our Vocational Learning Resources and how you can get involved, our new top 10 resources list, and our top users for October. Evolving the VLRs project The FE and Skills Content team are currently […]

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e-books for FE November 2021 newsletter

Welcome to the November 2021 issue of our e-books for FE newsletter. The nights are fair drawing in and Christmas is just around the corner! Jisc statement on e-book access The issue of e-text pricing and licencing has been in the news ever since the #ebookSOS campaign was launched a year ago, and Jisc has […]

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VLR Top Users for September

Welcome to our VLR top users for September! As we mentioned in our previous newsletter, we are going to start sharing and celebrating our top users for the VLRs for Construction Training, Digital and IT Training, Education and Childcare Training and Health and Social Care Training. We have two sets of data for log ins: […]

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e-books for FE October 2021 newsletter

Welcome to the October 2021 issue of our e-books for FE newsletter. Usage of Jisc e-books continues to rise, now that the new term has begun: there was an increase of 19% compared to September 2020. We hope that our new promotional materials are helping library services to spread the word among students and teaching […]

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Vocational Learning Resources September 2021 Newsletter

Welcome to the September 2021 issue of the Vocational Learning Resources newsletter. This month, we’re focusing on the key findings from Jisc’s 2021 digital experience insights survey for FE learners and what worked and didn’t work for students whilst they were learning remotely. We also have a reminder about subscriptions and VLR top users. Digital […]

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e-books for FE September 2021 newsletter

Welcome to the September 2021 issue of our e-books for FE newsletter. A new term begins, and there are many items of news this month – read on! Exclusive 15% discount on e-books titles until 30 September A reminder that all colleges who subscribe to e-books for FE can take advantage of a 15% discount […]

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A guide to promoting e-books – Ashford College

By Katie Butler (Digital Engagement Tutor, Ashford College) Jisc’s e-books for further education are a collection of curriculum-mapped titles covering various subject areas and qualifications. This collection gives unlimited and inclusive access to colleges, saving us time and money. However, not having a physical book to provide means we need to give our learners a […]

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Vocational Learning Resources August Newsletter

Welcome to the August issue of the Vocational Learning Resources Newsletter. This month, we have a reminder about the VLR promotional materials available on our support site and a couple of upcoming Jisc events that may interest you. Promotional Materials for VLRs We hope that you have either already subscribed to our Vocational Learning Resources […]

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e-books for FE August 2021 newsletter

Welcome to the August 2021 issue of our e-books for FE newsletter. With the e-book usage statistics now completed for this academic year, we can report that usage increased 51% over 2019-2020, and the grand total of user sessions across all colleges for the year was 1,194,909. We will be working with our internal marketing […]