- Identify the main ways in which developments in scholarly communication are changing how research (any discipline) is disseminated. What are the implications for publishing, and for library and information services?
- How has the rise in open access legal research impacted publishers and library and information services?
- The role of library and information services in navigating onlife and questions of identity
- Bookish Identities: How the Online Reading Community Empowers the Self
- Scholarly Communication in the Health Sciences: the Covid-19 Pandemic is Pushing the Move towards Timely, Transparent and Open Communication.
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The Student Perspectives category collects posts written by current CityLIS students. Nina Byrom looks at the benefits and potential drawbacks of integrating data mining into library and archive catalogues from the perspective of the digital humanities. You can follow Nina … Continue reading
Student Perspectives is our series of guest posts written by current CityLIS students. This post is written by current CityLIS student, Anna Gialdini. Anna explores science fiction imaginaries of libraries and archives. She considers the dangers of removing the human from … Continue reading
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
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
*** 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