Monthly Archives: January 2016

Overview of the Library Science Course at City University

In September 2013, I returned from my honeymoon ready to start Married Life.  I was also preparing to imminently start a Masters course at City University London in Library Science: the induction was about a week after our return. A few weeks ago I finished the course by handing in my dissertation, the idea for which … Continue reading Overview of the Library Science Course at City University

#Citymash 2015 – unorganising an unconference

In the summer of 2014, as a respite from my dissertation, I spent a day at Pi And Mash, a Mashed Library unconference held at Senate House library. Mashed Library, as its website says, aims to bring “together interested people and doing interesting stuff with libraries and technology “. I attended sessions covering topics such … Continue reading #Citymash 2015 – unorganising an unconference

University Science and Technology Librarians Group meeting at Imperial

Carole Rhodes of the USTLG introduced herself and the main aims and purpose of the group which meets twice a year in November and May alternating meeting places in an attempt to overcome the North/South divide. The next event will be in Chester. On arrival I took advantage of the  option to tour the Imperial College Library. … Continue reading University Science and Technology Librarians Group meeting at Imperial