Category Archives: Reflections and Research

*** This category collects posts about research at CityLIS ***

CityLIS Reflections and Research: Immersion: A New(ish) Way to Experience Art and the World

This post explores the potential links between immersive theatre and online interactivity. *** Immersive theatre has become a popular term in the UK over the past decade. It encompasses quite a broad range of performance practices, but at it’s most … Continue reading

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#CityLIS Reflections and Research: Relevance of law & ethics to information professionals by Paul Pedley

This #citylis Reflections and Research post is by Paul Pedley and gives some background to the module he runs, Information Law & Policy (INM361). *** CILIP’s Professional Knowledge and Skills Base maps the knowledge and skills in the library, information … Continue reading

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#CityLIS Reflections and Research: Theatre, Documentation, Archives and LIS by Joe Dunne

CityLIS was delighted to welcome Dr Joseph Dunne to our team, as Lecturer in Library Science (PT) at the start of the academic year 17/18. In this post, continuing on from Part One, Joe writes his next steps, including the … Continue reading

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#CityLIS Reflections and Research: Theatre, Documentation, Archives and LIS by Joe Dunne

CityLIS was delighted to welcome Dr Joseph Dunne to our team, as Lecturer in Library Science (PT) at the start of the academic year 17/18. Joe’s appointment allows us to explore concepts of documents and documentation sited at the boundaries … Continue reading

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