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- The Developments in Scholarly Communication
- Changes to STEM Scholarly Communication
- CityLIS Research Seminar led by Clare Thorpe: June 24th 12.00-14.00
- Suggested pre-course reading: CityLIS 2019-20
- Student Perspectives: CILIP Wales Conference – Knowledge and Information Literacies. Cardiff, 16 May 2019
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Tag Archives: workshops
CityLibrary staff would like to offer a workshop for CityLIS students giving an overview of using LibGuides technology to create subject topic and software guides and incorporating interactive content. LibGuides is an easy to use content management system used by thousands … Continue reading
In this Guest Post, #citylis PhD Candidate and Co-Organiser of HASLibCamp, Ludi Price reflects on the importance of sharing experiences before sharing her experience of Unconferences and looks ahead to the forthcoming HASLibCamp, which will hosted by City University London … Continue reading
In the first of two posts about the Lilac Conference, which is taking place in Dublin next week, #citylis (almost) Alumni, James Atkinson, writes about his involvement in one of the workshops that will take place there. Later, current #citylis … Continue reading
#citylis is honoured to kickstart the British Library Labs Roadshow 2016! Continue reading
Student Perspectives is our series of guest posts written by current #citylis students. This post is by #citylis student Tristan Hooper, who reflects on his experience participating in the #citylis zinemaking workshop at the Clapham Public Library Fun Palace on Saturday 3 October 2015. Continue reading