- 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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Tag Archives: Higher Education
Student Perspectives is our series of guest posts written by current CityLIS students. This post is written by Lauren Cummings, who recently visited the Bibliothekartag in Leipzig, Germany. Lauren attended the conference with support from the John Campbell Trust. A … Continue reading
London Library School at City, University of London Open Afternoon: 24th November 2016 3.00pm – 5.00pm If you are thinking about studying for a masters in Library Science or Information Science, please come to our autumn open afternoon at City, … Continue reading
#citylis News: Call for Papers for Institute of Historical Research Library Workshop Series: Emerging Research in Library and Information Science
Calling all #citylis students! The Institute of Historical Research, part of The School of Advanced Study at the University of London, are looking for current graduate students to present a 15 minute paper on their own research in Library … Continue reading
As Lyn Robinson considers her sessions for the beginning of the new academic year, she offers some reflections on the present and future of higher education, her passion for teaching… and the joy of learning. Continue reading