- Prizes Announcement
- Scary Stories on the Web: How does Digital Folklore Trick its Readers?
- Modern forms of publishing include writing blogs and posting diverse content on social media. In this context, how do library and/or information services relate to questions of identity in the twenty-first century?
- Suggested summer reading for returning PT students
- The evolution of scientific scholarly communication
With the exception of embeds to and from external sources and direct quotations, CityLIS News is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.
Unless otherwise stated articles on this blog give the views of their respective authors and not the position of City, University of London.
Tag Archives: dissertations
Originally published on The Occasional Informationist blog, 27 April 2020 In a blog post of five years ago, I noted the academic quality and professional relevance of the dissertations produced by CityLIS Masters students, and the wide range of topics … Continue reading
This is the third in an occasional series of posts in which we celebrate and publicise the excellent work done by CityLIS students in the dissertation projects. Each post will focus on a topic, and present a series of dissertations … Continue reading
Uodated to include dissertations submitted up to January 2019. This is the second in an occasional series of posts in which we celebrate and publicise the excellent work done by CityLIS students in their dissertation projects. Each post will focus … Continue reading
Updated to include dissertations submitted in January 2019. This is the first of an occasional series of posts in which we celebrate and publicise the excellent work done by CityLIS students in their dissertation projects. Each post will focus on … Continue reading
This Guest Post is by CityLibrary’s (and our) Research Libarian, Diane Bell, and is about how she went about choosing her Dissertation topic… *** I have recently completed an MA in Academic Practice degree run by the Learning Enhancement and … Continue reading