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This text was originally posted by David Bawden on his blog https://theoccasionalinformationist.com/2021/10/09/documentation-and-the-museum-object/ — A rather sad post for the first one after a break. CityLIS PhD student Christopher Serbutt sadly died last year, after a long period of ill-health, so … Continue reading
“The processes and concepts of collection development and collection management by 2025 will be dramatically different from those in 2000.” An assessment
***Caroline Stafford examines the processes and concepts of collection management over the first quarter of the 21st Century. This essay won the 2021 BIALL Student Award.*** Introduction The legal information sector was established in the late 19th century and has … Continue reading
This great news shared by Caroline Stafford. — In June 2021, I was delighted to find out that I had been awarded the BIALL Student Award for 2021. BIALL (British and Irish Association for Law Librarians) is the UK’s leading … Continue reading
For those of you planning to study for a masters in Library or Information Science, LIS, here are some suggestions for background reading in preparation for your course. This is a personal selection of printed books, (although some may be … Continue reading
*** We are delighted that Rachel Cummings has returned to CityLIS as a research student. In this post, Rachel shares some initial thoughts on her research interests, as she begins her journey as a full-time PhD student. Rachel will be … Continue reading