- 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
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Tag Archives: information literacy
Student Perspectives: CILIP Wales Conference – Knowledge and Information Literacies. Cardiff, 16 May 2019
Student Perspectives is our series of posts written by current CityLIS students. This review of the CILIP Wales Conference: Knowledge and Information Literacies, held in Cardiff on May 16th 2019, is written by Catherine Jenkins. Catherine is currently a part-time … Continue reading
We are pleased to announce that we are adding a new elective module to the choices available to our MSc/MA Library Science students. The new module addresses LIS concepts as they relate to children and adolescents, and it will be … Continue reading
This Guest Post by CityLibrary Librarians Diane Bell and Alex Asman looks back at a session they ran for CityLIS students earlier this year. *** LibGuides is an easy to use content management system which is used by City, University … Continue reading
We are delighted to welcome Shohana Nowrin back to CityLIS as she begins her PhD research. Here, Shohana briefly introduces herself and her work on information literacy. *** Hello everyone!! It’s me, Shohana Nowrin, and I am very excited to … Continue reading
CityLIS Reflections and Research: Why LIS doesn’t have a quick fix for the post-factual society … and why that’s OK by David Bawden
This CityLIS Reflections and Research post is by David Bawden and how Library and Information Science can help in a post-factual society. *** The irony is that by now it was supposed to be perfect. For most of my working … Continue reading