Key aspects of the role
- Strategic development and promotion of technology enhanced learning (E-Learning) for the organisation
- Maintaining spaces and providing equipment to explore new technologies for healthcare
- Planning and delivering technology enhanced learning for the organisation
- Liaising with Subject Matter Experts (SMEs) in the creation and modification of E-Learning courses and content.
- Supporting those wishing to access technology enhanced learning
- Administering E-Learning systems
- Reporting on use of technology enhanced learning and new technologies for learning within the organisation
Skills and knowledge
You may require a high level of knowledge and skills in the following CILIP Professional Knowledge and Skills Base (PKSB) sections to work within this role:
Ethics and Values. Underpinning healthcare ethics and values by providing the best available evidence at the right time, in the right place, to inform decision-making and enable better outcomes for patients and populations.
Professional development. Reflecting on practice and being self-aware about performance.
Organistional and environmental context. Developing an awareness of new initiatives, programmes and services that are emerging in the organisation.
Wider library, data, information and knowledge sector context. Networking across the healthcare economy, both information providers, data analysts and health informaticists, to support shared learning and joint working.
Collection management and development. Understanding and catering to the breadth of actual and potential user groups
Data Management. Identifying and harnessing data’s value in strategic planning and business decisions, using an evidence-based approach to health knowledge service development and policy.
Information exploitation and use. Awareness of the value and limitations of search interfaces, technologies, AI and machine learning, in the context of seeking information via sources such as databases and the internet.
Iinformation governance and compliance. Maximising the use of information resources available to the service within the limits of licencing regulations.
Information management. Advising the organisation on the opportunity to improve information management.
Literacies and learning. Tailoring training for different audiences and adapting the offer for different learning styles.
Records management and archiving. Creating and adhering to policy and strategy documents outlining collection development, retention, disposal, weeding and access rights for service users.
Customer focus. Service design and marketing. Maintaining awareness of the unique user profiles of different groups, using metrics, data and feedback to shape service and delivery.
Leadership, advocacy, influencing and personal effectiveness. Demonstrating self-awareness and emotional intelligence. Understanding preferred styles of working to inform interactions with others in order to build strong networks and develop partnerships.
Technology and communication. Linking technological solutions with user requirements and linking users with the appropriate expertise.