Events

Tuesday November 09, 2010
Start: 9 Nov 2010 09:30
End: 9 Nov 2010 16:15

To meet the needs of librarians involved in the acquisition of electronic resources, UKSG is pleased to offer a practical one-day Licensing and Negotiation Skills course.

Course summaryUKSG training awarded the CILIP Seal of Recognition

Electronic publishing has brought major changes to learned information provision, hugely impacting the role and responsibilities of information professionals. 

Monday November 15, 2010
Start: 15 Nov 2010 09:30
End: 15 Nov 2010 16:00

 

Thursday November 18, 2010
Start: 18 Nov 2010 10:00

This new one-day seminar from UKSG follows on from the UKSG Usage Statistics Training Seminar, which has now been running successfully for several years.

Thursday November 25, 2010
Start: 25 Nov 2010 09:45
End: 25 Nov 2010 17:45

Usercentric: new strategies for scholarly communication

Users’ information habits and expectations are changing. Those of us who have traditionally been involved in meeting their information needs – librarians, publishers, subscription agents and other technology vendors – find ourselves at risk of disintermediation. What are we doing about it?

Monday December 06, 2010
Start: 6 Dec 2010 10:00
A one-day seminar for those interested in the day-to-day handling of e-resources in Further Education Colleges.

Summary/why you should attendUKSG training awarded the CILIP Seal of Recognition

Whilst there are similarities between the academic demands placed on both Higher Education and Further Education libraries with regard to providing users with appropriate collections of learning materials, the constraints and challenges in applying this to e-reso

Tuesday January 18, 2011
Start: 18 Jan 2011 16:00
End: 18 Jan 2011 17:00

 Webinar Details

UKSG Transfer: a collaborative project to improve journal transfers
January 18, 2011, 11 am EST/ 4pm GMT

Monday April 04, 2011
Tuesday April 05, 2011
Wednesday April 06, 2011
Tuesday May 10, 2011

Course summaryUKSG training awarded the CILIP Seal of Recognition

This one-day training seminar will give a practical hands-on introduction to accessing, collating, utilising, presenting and marketing e-resource usage statistics.  Experts from different sectors will provide their perspectives on the role and importance of usage statistics.  Future developments in the provision and exploitation of usage stati

Wednesday May 25, 2011

To meet the needs of librarians involved in the acquisition of electronic resources, UKSG is pleased to offer a practical one-day Licensing and Negotiation Skills course.

Course summaryUKSG training awarded the CILIP Seal of Recognition

Electronic publishing has brought major changes to learned information provision, hugely impacting the role and responsibilities of information professionals. 

Tuesday June 07, 2011

Course summaryUKSG training awarded the CILIP Seal of Recognition

The UKSG is able to call on the extensive experience of its members in sourcing expert speakers from the various sectors of the serials industry to present a practical overview of all aspects of serials and e-resources management.

The emphasis is on developing a sound basic understanding of the details of serials and

Wednesday June 22, 2011
Start: 22 Jun 2011 09:00

Course summaryUKSG training awarded the CILIP Seal of Recognition

Thursday September 08, 2011

Course summaryUKSG training awarded the CILIP Seal of Recognition

This one-day training seminar will give a practical hands-on introduction to accessing, collating, utilising, presenting and marketing e-resource usage statistics.  Experts from different sectors will provide their perspectives on the role and importance of usage statistics.  Future developments in the provision and exploitation of usage stati

Tuesday September 20, 2011
Start: 20 Sep 2011 08:47

Webinar format

For the first time UKSG will be running its popular ERTU course as a series of four webinars.  The full content of the original one-day course will be split into four 1½-hour sessions, with Session 1 on 20 September, Session 2 on 21 September, Session 3 on 27 September and Session 4 on 28 September.  Each session will commence at 14.00 BST.  The webinar format will suit those who may not be able to leave the office for a full day or who find training venues difficult to reach, those who wish to sa

Wednesday September 21, 2011

Webinar format

For the first time UKSG will be running its popular ERTU course as a series of four webinars.  The full content of the original one-day course will be split into four 1½-hour sessions, with Session 1 on 20 September, Session 2 on 21 September, Session 3 on 27 September and Session 4 on 28 September.  Each session will commence at 14.00 BST.  The webinar format will suit those who may not be able to leave the office for a full day or who find training venues difficult to reach, those who wish to sa

Thursday September 22, 2011

Webinar format

For the first time UKSG will be running its popular ERTU course as a series of four webinars.  The full content of the original one-day course will be split into four 1½-hour sessions, with Session 1 on 20 September, Session 2 on 21 September, Session 3 on 27 September and Session 4 on 28 September.  Each session will commence at 14.00 BST.  The webinar format will suit those who may not be able to leave the office for a full day or who find training venues difficult to reach, those who wish to sa

Friday September 23, 2011

Webinar format

For the first time UKSG will be running its popular ERTU course as a series of four webinars.  The full content of the original one-day course will be split into four 1½-hour sessions, with Session 1 on 20 September, Session 2 on 21 September, Session 3 on 27 September and Session 4 on 28 September.  Each session will commence at 14.00 BST.  The webinar format will suit those who may not be able to leave the office for a full day or who find training venues difficult to reach, those who wish to sa

Saturday September 24, 2011

Webinar format

For the first time UKSG will be running its popular ERTU course as a series of four webinars.  The full content of the original one-day course will be split into four 1½-hour sessions, with Session 1 on 20 September, Session 2 on 21 September, Session 3 on 27 September and Session 4 on 28 September.  Each session will commence at 14.00 BST.  The webinar format will suit those who may not be able to leave the office for a full day or who find training venues difficult to reach, those who wish to sa

Sunday September 25, 2011

Webinar format

For the first time UKSG will be running its popular ERTU course as a series of four webinars.  The full content of the original one-day course will be split into four 1½-hour sessions, with Session 1 on 20 September, Session 2 on 21 September, Session 3 on 27 September and Session 4 on 28 September.  Each session will commence at 14.00 BST.  The webinar format will suit those who may not be able to leave the office for a full day or who find training venues difficult to reach, those who wish to sa

Monday September 26, 2011

Webinar format

For the first time UKSG will be running its popular ERTU course as a series of four webinars.  The full content of the original one-day course will be split into four 1½-hour sessions, with Session 1 on 20 September, Session 2 on 21 September, Session 3 on 27 September and Session 4 on 28 September.  Each session will commence at 14.00 BST.  The webinar format will suit those who may not be able to leave the office for a full day or who find training venues difficult to reach, those who wish to sa

Tuesday September 27, 2011

Webinar format

For the first time UKSG will be running its popular ERTU course as a series of four webinars.  The full content of the original one-day course will be split into four 1½-hour sessions, with Session 1 on 20 September, Session 2 on 21 September, Session 3 on 27 September and Session 4 on 28 September.  Each session will commence at 14.00 BST.  The webinar format will suit those who may not be able to leave the office for a full day or who find training venues difficult to reach, those who wish to sa

Wednesday September 28, 2011
Start: 20 Sep 2011 08:47
End: 28 Sep 2011 08:47

Webinar format

For the first time UKSG will be running its popular ERTU course as a series of four webinars.  The full content of the original one-day course will be split into four 1½-hour sessions, with Session 1 on 20 September, Session 2 on 21 September, Session 3 on 27 September and Session 4 on 28 September.  Each session will commence at 14.00 BST.  The webinar format will suit those who may not be able to leave the office for a full day or who find training venues difficult to reach, those who wish to sa

Thursday October 06, 2011

Course summaryUKSG training awarded the CILIP Seal of Recognition

The UKSG is able to call on the extensive experience of its members in sourcing expert speakers from the various sectors of the serials industry to present a practical overview of all aspects of serials and e-resources management.

The emphasis is on developing a sound basic understanding of the details of serials and

Thursday October 27, 2011
Start: 27 Oct 2011 09:00

Workshop summaryUKSG training awarded the CILIP Seal of Recognition

We all have to manage projects.  Whether you are implementing a new system, migrating services, managing a vendor selection process, managing an office move or creating a new product or service, we are often managing projects without the support of a professionally trained project manager.  We are expected to deliver more with less, and it mustn’t go wrong on

Monday November 07, 2011

This event has been cancelled.

 

Course summary

This one-day seminar is aimed at librarians, publishers and intermediaries who want to gain a basic understanding of the overarching financial planning strategies and structures which govern the ways in which the various sectors work and interact.

UKSG is able to call on the extensive experience of its members in sourcing expert speakers from the various sectors of the information industry to present a practical overview of all aspects of financial resource management.

Wednesday November 16, 2011

A Problem Shared? 
Understanding shared services and the drive
for efficiency in scholarly communications

 

To view the recorded presentations please click here.

 

Thursday November 24, 2011

Course summaryUKSG training awarded the CILIP Seal of Recognition

Many of us working directly with e-resources in libraries would like to feel more confident in our understanding of the related technology.  Managing e-resources and making them available to end-users is quite different from dealing with print products, but many of us have moved from one to the other, picking up expertise informally.  As a result we probably all have

Thursday December 08, 2011
MANY THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS: Alexander Street Press, Cengage Learning EMEA, Credo Reference, EBSCO, Oxford University Press and Wolters Kluwer Health - Ovid.

Event summaryUKSG training awarded the CILIP Seal of Recognition

Promoting your e-resources successfully

UKSG presents the third in their popular series of events focusing specifically on managing e-resources in the Further Education sector.

Thursday February 02, 2012
Start: 2 Feb 2012 09:00
End: 2 Feb 2012 16:00

Course summary/why you should attendUKSG training awarded the CILIP Seal of Recognition

Libraries have access to more data than ever before about the way that their electronic resources are being used by readers, and advances in standardisation led by the COUNTER initiative are making these more accessible and reliable as a basis for decision making.

Monday March 26, 2012
Start: 26 Mar 2012 08:00

Hashtag: #uksglive

2012 Annual Conference and Exhibition

The UKSG's 35th Annual Conference was held at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre in Glasgow. The following resources relating to the conference are available:

2012 conference programme

Notes for delegates

Tuesday March 27, 2012

Hashtag: #uksglive

2012 Annual Conference and Exhibition

The UKSG's 35th Annual Conference was held at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre in Glasgow. The following resources relating to the conference are available:

2012 conference programme

Notes for delegates

Wednesday March 28, 2012
Start: 26 Mar 2012 08:00
End: 28 Mar 2012 14:00

Hashtag: #uksglive

2012 Annual Conference and Exhibition

The UKSG's 35th Annual Conference was held at the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre in Glasgow. The following resources relating to the conference are available:

2012 conference programme

Notes for delegates

Monday May 21, 2012
Start: 21 May 2012 09:00

Workshop summaryUKSG training awarded the CILIP Seal of Recognition

We all have to manage projects.  Whether you are implementing a new system, migrating services, managing a vendor selection process, managing an office move or creating a new product or service, we are often managing projects without the support of a professionally trained project manager.  We are expected to deliver more with less, and it mustn’t go wrong on

Wednesday May 23, 2012

Event summaryUKSG training awarded the CILIP Seal of Recognition

What is Open Access?  Are you baffled by the terminology and uncertain as to what it’s all about?  Do you want to know which publishers are doing it, why and how they’re doing it, and what librarians have to do with it?  Are you looking for facts and a clear understanding?  Then come to this UKSG seminar when all will be
revealed.

Wednesday May 30, 2012
Thursday June 14, 2012
Start: 14 Jun 2012 09:30

 

To meet the needs of librarians involved in the acquisition of electronic resources, UKSG is pleased to offer a practical one-day Licensing and Negotiation Skills course.

Thursday June 21, 2012
Tuesday September 11, 2012
Tuesday October 09, 2012

Course summary

This one-day seminar aims to present a practical introductory overview of all aspectsUKSG training awarded the CILIP Seal of Recognition of journals and e-resources management.

Friday October 12, 2012
Wednesday November 14, 2012

Course summaryUKSG training awarded the CILIP Seal of Recognition

Many of us working directly with e-resources in libraries would like to feel more confident in our understanding of the related technology.  Managing e-resources and making them available to end-users is quite different from dealing with print products, but many of us have moved from one to the other, picking up expertise informally.  As a result we probably all hav

Thursday November 15, 2012
Start: 15 Nov 2012 09:00
End: 15 Nov 2012 17:00

Rethinking collections:
approaches, business models, experiences

Users now cast their 'discovery net' beyond conventional notions of a library collection, and the wider digital transition is causing all parties to reassess how they acquire and provide content.  How are libraries, publishers and intermediaries meeting the challenge?  How will these changes contribute to an improved researcher/student experience? 

Wednesday December 05, 2012
Start: 5 Dec 2012 09:00

Event summaryUKSG training awarded the CILIP Seal of Recognition

Promoting your e-resources successfully

UKSG presents the fourth in their popular series of events focusing specifically on managing e-resources in the Further Education sector.

Wednesday March 06, 2013
Start: 6 Mar 2013 14:00

The launch of a new series of webinars, which aim to bring our most popular face-to-face seminars into a virtual environment.

The main webinars are to be preceded by three complimentary, thirty minute sessions, to give delegates useful background knowledge about UKSG, its members and two of its key projects, KBART and Title Transfer.

Start: 6 Mar 2013 14:00

The launch of a new series of webinars, which aim to bring our most popular face-to-face seminars into a virtual environment.

The main webinars are to be preceded by three complimentary, thirty minute sessions, to give delegates useful background knowledge about UKSG, its members and two of its key projects, KBART and Title Transfer.

Start: 6 Mar 2013 14:00

UKSG is delighted to announce the launch of a new series of webinars, which aim to bring our most popular face-to-face seminars into a virtual environment.

The main webinars are to be preceded by three complimentary, thirty minute sessions, to give delegates useful background knowledge about UKSG, its members and two of its key projects, KBART and Title Transfer.

Booking is now open for these introductory sessions. We will soon be providing further details and registration information for the full webinar series.

Thursday March 14, 2013
Start: 14 Mar 2013 14:00

2013 sees the launch of a new series of webinars, which aim to bring our most popular face-to-face seminars into a virtual environment.

The main webinars were preceded by three complimentary, thirty minute sessions, to give delegates useful background knowledge about UKSG, its members and two of its key projects, KBART and Title Transfer.

Start: 14 Mar 2013 14:00

UKSG is delighted to announce the launch of a new series of webinars, which aim to bring our most popular face-to-face seminars into a virtual environment.

The main webinars are to be preceded by three complimentary, thirty minute sessions, to give delegates useful background knowledge about UKSG, its members and two of its key projects, KBART and Title Transfer.

Booking is now open for these introductory sessions. We will soon be providing further details and registration information for the full webinar series.

Thursday March 21, 2013
Start: 21 Mar 2013 14:00

2013 sees the launch of a new series of webinars, which aim to bring our most popular face-to-face seminars into a virtual environment.

The main webinars were preceded by three complimentary, thirty minute sessions, to give delegates useful background knowledge about UKSG, its members and two of its key projects, KBART and Title Transfer.

Start: 21 Mar 2013 14:00

UKSG is delighted to announce the launch of a new series of webinars, which aim to bring our most popular face-to-face seminars into a virtual environment.

The main webinars are to be preceded by three complimentary, thirty minute sessions, to give delegates useful background knowledge about UKSG, its members and two of its key projects, KBART and Title Transfer.

Booking is now open for these introductory sessions. We will soon be providing further details and registration information for the full webinar series.

Monday April 08, 2013
Start: 8 Apr 2013 08:00

2013 Annual Conference and Exhibition

The UKSG 36th Annual Conference and Exhibition took place from 8-10 April 2013 at the Bournemouth International Centre

The following resources relating to the conference are available:

Tuesday April 09, 2013

2013 Annual Conference and Exhibition

The UKSG 36th Annual Conference and Exhibition took place from 8-10 April 2013 at the Bournemouth International Centre

The following resources relating to the conference are available:

Wednesday April 10, 2013
Start: 8 Apr 2013 08:00
End: 10 Apr 2013 14:00

2013 Annual Conference and Exhibition

The UKSG 36th Annual Conference and Exhibition took place from 8-10 April 2013 at the Bournemouth International Centre

The following resources relating to the conference are available:

Tuesday May 21, 2013
Start: 21 May 2013 09:00

Workshop summaryUKSG training awarded the CILIP Seal of Recognition

We all have to manage projects. Whether you are implementing a new system, migrating services, managing a vendor selection process, managing an office move or creating a new product or service, we are often managing projects without the support of a professionally trained project manager.

Wednesday May 22, 2013
Start: 22 May 2013 09:00

Event summaryUKSG training awarded the CILIP Seal of Recognition

What is Open Access? Are you baffled by the terminology and uncertain as to what it’s all about? Do you want to know which publishers are doing it, why and how they’re doing it, and what librarians have to do with it? Are you looking for facts and a clear understanding of what is happening in the UK? Then come to this UKSG seminar when all will be revealed.

Thursday June 06, 2013
Start: 6 Jun 2013 09:00

To meet the needs of librarians involved in the acquisition of electronic resources, UKSG is pleased to offer a highly practical one-day Licensing and Negotiation Skills course.

Friday June 07, 2013
Start: 7 Jun 2013 10:00

Course summary

This one-day seminar aims to present a practical introductory overview of all UKSG training awarded the CILIP Seal of Recognitionaspects of journals and e-resources management in the morning and incorporates an overview of the technical work undertaken by The British Library in Boston Spa, West Yorkshire in the afternoon, followed by an optional tour of the site.

Tuesday June 11, 2013
Start: 11 Jun 2013 09:30

Course summaryUKSG training awarded the CILIP Seal of Recognition

Many of us working directly with e-resources in libraries would like to feel more confident in our understanding of the related technology.  Managing e-resources and making them available to end-users is quite different from dealing with print products, but many of us have moved from one to the other, picking up expertise informally.  As a result we probably all hav

Wednesday June 19, 2013
Start: 19 Jun 2013 09:00

RUNNING IN DUBLIN FOR THE FIRST TIME!

Workshop summaryUKSG training awarded the CILIP Seal of Recognition

We all have to manage projects. Whether you are implementing a new system, migrating services, managing a vendor selection process, managing an office move or creating a new product or service, we are often managing projects without the support of a professionally trained project manager.

Start: 19 Jun 2013 14:00

19th June 2013, 2pm: The Mobile Advantage: Developing mobile services and resources for libraries and content providers, hosted by Ben Showers (Jisc) and Jo Alcock (Birmingham City University)

Session aim

To equip attendees with an understanding of the current mobile landscape and to help them consider the impact this has on libraries, publishers and users in providing access to resources and services.

Learning outcomes

By the end of this webinar, attendees will be able to:

Wednesday June 26, 2013
Start: 26 Jun 2013 14:00

26th June 2013, 2pm: Navigating through the New Library Systems Landscape, hosted by Ken Chad (Ken Chad Consulting Ltd)

Wednesday September 04, 2013
Start: 4 Sep 2013 10:00

Our next webinar is hosted by Andrew Cox, Lecturer, The Information School, University of Sheffield and we are delighted to offer it free of charge.

The webinar introduces the issue of RDM, libraries’ roles in supporting RDM and is an opportunity for you to think about how RDM might open up new opportunities for you. It concludes with a quick guide to key resources to find out more, including detail of RDMRose, a JISC funded free to use and reuse set of learning materials for self directed or facilitated CPD on RDM tailored for information professionals.

Tuesday September 10, 2013
Start: 10 Sep 2013 10:00

Course summary

This one-day training seminar will give a practical introduction to accessing, collating, presenting and utilising e-resource usage statistics by:

Thursday October 10, 2013

Course summary

This one-day seminar aims to present a practical introductory overview of all aspects of journals and e-resources management.

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