Mr Daren Mansfield

    Academic Subject Librarian

    Library Specialist Support
    Library

    About Daren Mansfield

    Following graduation from the University of Essex in 2001 as a mature student, I started work at the Battersea site of Westminster Kingsway College as a Learning Centre Adviser, before becoming a Learning Facilitator and enhancing my stalwart belief in community education as an intrinsic part of society. I arrived at the University of Lincoln in 2003 to work as a subject librarian, and have supported a number of subject areas in addition to those in the Business School, including journalism, computing, media technology and the Centre for Educational Research and Development. I now support Accountancy and Finance, Advertising and Marketing, Economics, Events Management, Fashion Management, International Business, Modern Languages, Sports Business Management and Tourism in the Lincoln International Business School.

    Department Responsibilities

    I provide subject support for Accountancy and Finance, Advertising and Marketing, Economics, Events Management, Fashion Management, International Business, Modern Languages, Sports Business Management and Tourism, covering research skills and information gathering, referencing and essay writing skills.

    I am also a member of the Academic Writing Support team.

    Subject Specialism

    Accountancy and Finance, Advertising and Marketing, Economics, Events Management, Fashion Management, International Business, Modern Languages, Sports Business Management and Tourism

    Qualifications

    • Practical Solutions for Dyslexia: Study Support. — British Dyslexia Association, 2017
    • Teaching and Learning in a Digital Age (TELEDA-PG): introducing social media and e-resources — University of Lincoln, 2015
    • CIPD Certificate in Personnel Practice — Lincoln College, 2008
    • MSc Information Studies — Northumbria University, 2006
    • CIPD Certificate in Training Practice — Lincoln College, 2004
    • BA (Hons) English and European Literature — University of Essex, 2001

    Professional Affiliations

    • Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals
    • Higher Education Academy

    Research in the Lincoln Repository

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