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#citylis Reflections and Research: David Bawden on Alfred Holt and the Agamemnon; an information history anniversary
This #citylis Reflections and Research post is by David Bawden and has also been published on the his blog, The Occasional Informationist, on July 30th 2016. This piece is about the days when steam power helped join the gaps in the … Continue reading
#citylis Reflections and Reasearch: “A point along a line”: the future of knowledge organization by David Bawden
This #citylis Reflections and Research is a slightly amended copy of a letter published in a special issue of ‘Knowledge Organization’ (issue 3 of volume 43, 2016), devoted to developments in thesauri and other formal vocabularies. The editors of the … Continue reading
This #citylis Reflections and Research post is by Lyn Robinson and was originally published on thelynxiblog on June 27th 2016. *** Here is a brief synopsis of the paper which @ludiprice and I presented at the Fan Studies Network Conference, … Continue reading
Student Perspectives is our series of guest posts written by current #citylis students. This post is by current #citylis student, Rachel Giles. *** My first taste of library work came through an internal vacancy at the Imperial War Museum (IWM) where … Continue reading