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This is a fantastic opportunity to listen to expert speakers with no travelling required. This is a free webinar - Please note that advance registration is required. This webinar will be recorded and all registrants will receive a link to the recording after the session.


April 26 2022 - 14:00
April 26 2022 - 15:00


United Kingdom

About the Event

Following the launch of the National Metadata Agreement between Jisc and OCLC in February 2022, this webinar will talk about current developments related to Plan M, as well as the roadmap for 2022/23 and beyond, as the current project draws to a close. The strategy for the next phase of Jisc’s work on establishing the NBK/Library Hub as core national infrastructure of a more efficient bibliographic metadata supply model will be discussed, and attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions and find out how they can get involved in providing sector insights to Jisc’s Library Hub team, that will help inform future developments.


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Rosie Hare

Rosie Hare

Services Coordinator Library Hub at Jisc


Rosie has worked at Jisc since November 2021 as a Services Coordinator for Library Hub. This role supports the operational and service delivery of the existing portfolio of Library Hub services, as well as engaging with Jisc member institutions and other organisations such as commercial and open access publishers to support and facilitate partnership working as part of the longer-term aims of establishing the NBK/Library Hub as a key component of national infrastructure. Previously, Rosie worked as the Learning Resources Development Manager at The Northern School of Art between 2017-2021 and has also held a number of library and learning technology roles in both the HE and FE sectors for the last 13 years.  




Neil Grindley

Director of content and discovery services at Jisc


Neil is responsible for areas of work that address how to effectively find resources that are relevant to learning, teaching and research. The resources in question may be analogue or digital and the challenge is not only to effectively provide ways of discovering those resources through the use of online services, but also to ensure that they remain discoverable and sustainable over time.

Before taking on the discovery role in 2014, Neil led Jisc's digital preservation programme for seven years and also led on the EC-funded 4C project looking at the costs of digital curation.

Prior to working at Jisc Neil worked in the HE sector for 15 years, mainly working in the area of digital humanities and art history/IT.


Learning outcomes

Learn about current and future developments related to Jisc’s Plan M project.

Subject level and previous knowledge required

Introductory and non-intensive, no previous knowledge or experience required.


This is a free webinar and is open to members and non-members of UKSG alike - Please note that advance registration is required.

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