The Aga Khan Centre opened in Summer 2018 and is “a place for education, knowledge, cultural exchange and insight into Muslim civilisations. The organisations that are located here work together to bridge the gap in understanding about Muslim cultures and to connect the public to global development issues.” Location and Building I first spotted The … Continue reading Visit to the Aga Khan Library
The Technology for All Conference (Monday 19 March) was put together and hosted by University of the Arts London at their Chelsea campus in Pimlico, right opposite Tate Britain. The event was brought together and included voices from members of staff from a range of departments as well as key accessibility partners, companies and suppliers. … Continue reading The Technology for All conference
On the afternoon of 27th April, I rushed down to Bloomsbury in time to attend the CPD25 event: Supporting Students and Staff with Mental Health Disorders. I had been very much looking forward to this event so I could learn more about how we can better look after our students (and staff) during their time … Continue reading Supporting Students and Staff with Mental Health Disorders
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?