The LNSS project will commence with the Project Kick off- PMC meeting to be held in Brasov in Nov 2015 where criteria and procedures for communications between partners, management and decision making structures and the functions of the Library Action Groups, Library Access Liaison Librarian and local project coordinators will be agreed. All partners will sign the Consortium agreement which will rule relations, methods of cooperation, disagreements, planning meeting agenda and the identification and agreement of control procedures, including problem solving procedures.
Preparation in the project will involve the implementation of Training and library needs detection, Library Strategic Review, needs analysis regarding Electronic library services, Mission Statement.
The Development phase will commence with ESP Training (Libraries and library terminology followed by the preparation of the ECTS Module Training Program + Training materials using EU Tuning Method. This is followed by LNSS Curriculum Training in Limerick, Piloting & Evaluation of Piloting of LNSS Curriculum in PC’s, Consortium Strategic Plan, Digital and Electronic Library Strategy.
Quality will be ensured through the Library Action Group Strategic Review, evaluation of LNSS Curriculum piloting and QA reports, QA Training. Important activities for Dissemination/Sustainability in the project include the LNSS National Awareness Days, Dissemination Workshops, LNSS modules testing & integration, the LNSS Online Platform, Final Project Conference.
The plan is to develop training program supported by ECTS modules (both hard copy in script form and online on project website platform) and embed in curricula in PC universities, public administration institutes and disseminate through public and National libraries involving them in the process to ensure maximum transfer effect to society at large.
We will determine in each case the required methodological approaches needed with respect to how to teach, and meet the needs of librarians and library staff. Each partner will design bespoke training programs to best meet their target market (i.e. University library staff, academic staff, students & student teachers, policy makers, public librarians) enabling flexible and responsive solutions that stem from an agreed set of principles and enabling all areas of libraries to be addressed. The pedagogical approach will stress communicative, learner-centered and a soft skills teaching approach