- “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: Knowledge
Student Perspectives is our series of guest posts written by current #citylis students. This post is by current #citylis student, Reham Alharbi, and is an introduction to the Internet of Things. *** To begin with, what does it mean? Internet of … Continue reading
#citylis Reflections and Research: David Bawden and Lyn Robinson on Understanding – “A different kind of knowing.”
This #citylis Reflections and Research post is by David Bawden and Lyn Robinson is a slightly updated and extended version of a paper they presented at the 9th Conceptions of Library and Information Science, CoLIS9, conference in Uppsala, Sweden, on … Continue reading
#citylis Reflections and Research: David Bawden: The noblest pleasure: theories of understanding in the information sciences
This #citylis Reflections and Research post is by David Bawden and was originally published on The Occasional Informationist on March 21st 2016. — This is a modified and updated version of a chapter published in ‘Theory development in the information sciences‘ (edited by … Continue reading
The International Open Access Week returns to City University London with a lecture by Dr Cameron Neylon. Birley Lecture Theatre, R101, Franklin Building. Thursday, 22 October 2015, 17:30. Free. Requires registration. Continue reading