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Our next #uklibchat on Monday 5th March is on: Fictional Librarians and Stereotypes (our chat agenda is available). This month your March host Gaby K revisits her 2004 MA Dissertation … Continue reading
Our #uklibchat on Monday 6th Feb is on: Simple/small changes that make a difference (our chat agenda is available). We’re happy to have Jennifer Bayjoo’s article on how a simple … Continue reading
“Man is whole only when he is at play” ~ Schiller (1954) Playful learning covers a dizzying variety of approaches, perhaps demonstrated best in a library context by Edinburgh University … Continue reading
Last month post exploring the topic of LIS Student Research we had Michelle Bond, one of the founders of LISDIS – the Library and Information Sciences Dissertations Conference agreed to write a … Continue reading
When we decided on the topic of LIS student research we knew we wanted approach LISDIS to contribute to the discussion. Happily for us, Michelle Bond, one of the founders … Continue reading
For the upcoming #uklibchat on creative collaborations, we are very pleased to present a feature article by Gary Green, Digital Services Lead at Surrey Libraries, on the importance of collaborating … Continue reading
Our next chat is on May 2nd at 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm BST Topic: SWOT in libraries The Agenda is open so please add your questions. The inspiration for … Continue reading