Monthly Archives: May 2016

CDP25: Changes to the Disabled Students’ Allowance – what does it mean for students, universities and libraries?

Foundling Museum, Brunswick Square, 24th April 2016. The government has proposed changes to the way Disabled Students Allowance (DSA) will be managed. This will have implications for Higher Education Institutions (HEI). Some changes could specifically have implications for Library Services. Many Librarians have been discussing what can be done to prepare, support students and anticipate … Continue reading CDP25: Changes to the Disabled Students’ Allowance – what does it mean for students, universities and libraries?

Measuring Value Conference at Birmingham City University, 4th May 2016

On May the Fourth, a day when the Force was with me at times, I ventured up to Birmingham for an Information Literacy conference at Birmingham City University.  The day didn’t start too well as I got lost trying to get out of Birmingham New Street station.  Back when I was a student in Birmingham, … Continue reading Measuring Value Conference at Birmingham City University, 4th May 2016