- Posthumous PhD Award for Dr Christopher Serbutt: Documentation and the Museum Object
- “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?
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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?
***Elle Moyse considers how Web 2.0 reconfigures our sense of identity when it is presented as media. These ideas are discussed with reference to online journalism, blogging and social media. Elle is on Twitter @ElleMoyse. It is reproduced here with … Continue reading →
Student Perspectives is our series of guest posts written by current and former CityLIS students. This post is written by Sarah Crompton, who considers the social implications of big tech companies entering all parts of our lives. The original post … Continue reading →
Joseph Dunne-Howrie attended the Stories of Solitude conference on 3rd October 2018. He was interested in its interdisciplinary focus and it’s engagement with questions concerning participation in a networked world, intimacy, experiences of the live and the non-live, and speculations on … Continue reading →
Student Perspectives is our series of guest posts written by current CityLIS students. This post is written by current CityLIS student Stephanie McMullan. Inspired by the issues raised in the TV series ‘Bodyguard’, Stephanie considers the ethical implications of mass … Continue reading →
***This essay was written by CityLIS student Petra Killoran in January 2018. It is reproduced here with the author’s permission as part of our CityLIS Writes initiative.*** Lately in the social media landscape the horse has got the bit between its … Continue reading →