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- CityLIS Virtual Dissertation Collections. 1. Art and artists
- Reflections on the Cities, Embodiments and Technologies Conference
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Category Archives: Events
CityLibrary staff would like to offer a workshop for CityLIS students giving an overview of using LibGuides technology to create subject topic and software guides and incorporating interactive content. LibGuides is an easy to use content management system used by thousands … Continue reading
Interdisciplinary Symposium: 6th-7th November 2017 City, University of London Organisers: Lyn Robinson & Joseph Dunne Website: https://documentingperformance.com Twitter: @DocPerform #DocPerform #CityLIS Programme Register Following our successful launch last year, the DocPerform project team are delighted to announce that our second … Continue reading
*** This post is by current MA/MSc Library Science student Sophie Johnston. Here she describes the background to the CityLIS forthcoming visit to the Internet Archive. Sophie is our student rep for Library Science for 16/17.*** I am now in … Continue reading
On Monday 20th March 2017, CityLIS will welcome back our smashing colleagues Binni Brynolf and Simon Barron, who will lead an informal discussion about radical librarianship and the politics of librarianship, what the Radical Librarians Collective is and does, and … Continue reading
We are delighted that our friends from Sue Hill/TFPL will return to CityLIS in 2017 to deliver another series of their fabulous Employability Workshops. Each of the three workshops will take place on a Monday evening, from 5.00pm – 6.00pm … Continue reading