- 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: Jisc
This guest post was written by Derek MacKenzie, Head of User Services at CityLibrary and #CityLIS Guest Lecturer. Here, Derek looks at the collection, uses and reasons for statistics in university libraries. *** The end of July always marks an … Continue reading
“Streamlining Deposit: An OJS to Repository Plugin” is the name of the Jisc-funded #dataspring collaboration between #citylis and Ubiquity Press. This guest post is a project update by Andy Byers, the project’s lead developer. Continue reading
Stephann Makri makes an update on the Jisc-funded #dataspring project on streamlining deposit. Continue reading
“Streamlining Deposit: An OJS to Repository Plugin” is the name of the Jisc-funded research and development collaboration between the Centre for Information Science and open access researcher-led publisher Ubiquity Press. Continue reading