- “The processes and concepts of collection development and collection management by 2025 will be dramatically different from those in 2000.” An assessment
- Current CityLIS student Caroline Stafford wins BIALL Student Award for 2021
- Ways in which developments in scholarly communication are changing how research is disseminated. 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
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Tag Archives: #citymash
In this Guest Post, #citylis PhD Candidate and Co-Organiser of HASLibCamp, Ludi Price reflects on the importance of sharing experiences before sharing her experience of Unconferences and looks ahead to the forthcoming HASLibCamp, which will hosted by City University London … Continue reading
In June 2015, #citylis was thrilled to play host to #citymash – a library unconference where LIS students and professionals found friends, food, and new technology. In this post, our fabulous @dourgirl records the background to this event, offers some … Continue reading
Join James Atkinson, Matt Finch, Ernesto Priego and members of team #citylis at Clapham Library Fun Palace from 1pm on Saturday 3rd October 2015! Info here. Continue reading
Student Perspectives is our series of guest posts written by current #citylis students. In this post James Atkinson writes about his presentation for #citymash: “What about the future?” Continue reading
This post is by #citylis Library Science student Dominic Allington-Smith, who reports from #citymash: libraries and technology unconference at City University London. Continue reading