Learning and Teaching Librarian
Telephone:020 7815 6697
Professional service:Library and Learning Resources
Steve has overseen the creation of three new libraries during his career (Crawley College - 1994, Ravensbourne - 2009, University of Chichester - 2012). He is a member of the International Committee of the European Conference on E-learning (ECEL), and has a particular interest in student attitudes to Learning Resources following the introduction of the student fees regime.
Steve’s research interests cover the student experience in the current fees regime and its impact on Library Services, and the teaching of information and digital literacies in a Higher Education environment. He has had articles published in the professional press and is a frequent reviewer for the Information Management & Library and Information Research journals. Steve has authored chapters in ‘The End of Wisdom?: The Future of Libraries in a Digital Age’ by Wendy Evans (Editor), David Baker (Series Editor) and ‘M-Libraries 4: From Margin to Mainstream - Mobile Technologies Transforming Lives and Libraries’ by Mohamed Ally (Editor), Gill Needham (Editor).
A Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP) and a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (HEA), Steve is also a member of the International Committee of the European Conference on E-learning (ECEL), and an independent adviser to the Copyright Licencing Agency (CLA) Data Collection and Surveys department on the application of copyright in Higher Education.
Steve has presented at a range of national and international conferences on the subjects of plagiarism and creativity, outreach and community engagement for library services, and career progression for library workers. He works with the Copyright Licencing Agency on applications of copyright in Higher Education, and has, in the past, presented at local schools and colleges on the transition from school and college study to Higher Education.