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- CityLIS Writes: Ask the Crowd: Ethnographic Methods and Community Engagement Strategies in Digital Libraries by Irene Tortorella
- CityLIS Student Perspectives: When Librarians and Archivists Get Radical by James Hobbs
- CityLIS Research Student Profile: Jerald Cavanagh
- CityLIS Writes: Gregorian chant and the story of musical documentation by David Baker
- #CityLIS Events: Visit to the Internet Archive by Sophie Johnston
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*** This post is by our CityLIS student James Hobbs. Here, James reports on some of the issues arising at the recent Radical Voices conference, which took place at Senate House, on March 3rd, 2017. This post first appeared on … Continue reading
*** We are delighted to welcome three new research students to CityLIS for 16/17. In this post, Jerald Cavanagh tells us a little about his background and shares his initial research plans. Jerald will examine, explore and evaluate the different … Continue reading
***This essay was written by CityLIS student David Baker in December 2016. It is reproduced here with the author’s permission as part of our CityLIS Writes initiative.*** Gregorian chant is the name given to a large collection of monodic (i.e. … 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