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- #CityLIS Guest Views: Derek MacKenzie Number crunching in the summer time
- #CityLIS Student Perspectives: Nancy Beckett-Jones at the CILIP Conference 2017, 5 – 6 July 2017.
- CityLIS Research Student Profile: Richard Gartner
- #CityLIS Student Perspectives: References and Recommedations for those joining CityLIS in September 2017 by Mariana Strassacapa Ou.
- #CityLIS Student Perspectives: Volunteering at CityLibrary by Isabel Martinez Carrasco
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#CityLIS Student Perspectives: References and Recommedations for those joining CityLIS in September 2017 by Mariana Strassacapa Ou.
Student Perspectives is our series of guest posts written by current #citylis students. Current Library Science student Mariana Strassacapa Ou offers some reflection and recommendations for incoming CityLIS students. *** I’m a full-time MSc Library Science 2016-2017 student, which means at … Continue reading
#CityLIS Student Perspectives: digital libraries complicate library history, part iii / my independent study by Mariana Ou
Student Perspectives is our series of guest posts written by current #citylis students. This post is by current #citylis student, Mariana Ou, and is the third and final part of a series of reflections on her Independent Study about Library History. … Continue reading
*** This CityLIS Reflections and Research post describes our collective repository project on Humanities Commons. *** Many of you will already have noticed our CityLIS group on Humanities Commons. Humanities Commons is a trusted, nonprofit network where humanities scholars can create a … Continue reading
CityLIS is delighted to congratulate our research student Deborah Lee on the award of her PhD. Debbie was awarded her PhD with only typographical corrections, a rare occurrance, and testimony to the talent (and effort!) Debbie has put into her … Continue reading