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We are pleased to make all editorials from January 2016 freely available. If you feel inspired to write an editorial, please contact the Editors.

 

2018

Why convenience is the new access by Hayley Gibson and Roddy MacLeod, 28 September 2018

Making moves: lessons from a library migration by David Morgan, 14 September 2018

Makerspaces, innovation and creative learning by Carlos Izsak, 31 August 2018

96.7 shades of white by Ka-Ming Pang, 3 August 2018

Keep reading and start writing! by Steve Sharp and Lorraine Estelle, 20 July 2018

Introducing Think. Check. Attend. by Mohamad Mostafa and Philip J Purnell, 6 July 2018

NASIG 2018: engaging and collaborating for the future by Steve Oberg, 22 June 2018

Let's talk by Paul Tavner, 8 June 2018

Is there a better way? Collating print usage statistics by Helen Monagle, 25 May 2018

Keeping everyone communicating by Leo Appleton, 11 May 2018

UKSG's new subcommittee by Yann Amouroux, 27 April 2018

UKSG 2018: a conference in tweets by Leo Appleton, 13 April 2018

Think. Check. Submit - a review by Bev Acreman, 30 March 2018

Glasgow in April by Andrew Barker, 16 March 2018

Climate change in the subscription landscape by Colleen Campbell, 2 March 2018

Why convenience is the new access by Ben Kaube, 16 February 2018

Death of a repository by Andrew Gray, 2 February 2018

UKSG in 2018 by Bev Acreman, 19 January 2018

Growth and maturity in the self-publishing industry by Beat Barblan and Andrew Kovacs, 5 January 2018

2017

A Brit abroad! by Dominic Broadhurst, 15 December 2017

New perspectives by Leo Appleton, 1 December 2017

Insights November 2017 by Lorraine Estelle and Steve Sharp, 17 November 2017

Library conferences: why bother? by Leo Appleton, 3 November 2017

Open access in the spotlight by Nettie Lagace and Christine Stohn, 20 October 2017

Discovery tools: looking into the black box by Catherine Richardson, 6 October 2017

Machine learning and academic publishing – where are we today? by Michael Upshall, 22 September 2017

Diary of a library collaboration, aged 17¾ by Kate Petherbridge, 8 September 2017

On supporting scholarly communications in scientific research institutes by Tim Wales, 25 August 2017

European collaboration at the University of Helsinki by Ruth MacMullen and Kirsty Wallis, 11 August 2017

Insights July 2017 by Lorraine Estelle and Steve Sharp, 28 July 2017

UKSG eNews reaches 400! by Steve Sharp, 14 July

Racing to the Crossroads: a NASIG conference review by Sarah Bull, 30 June

Interim management by Jo Webb, 16 June

The challenge of open access compliance by Eimear Evans, 2 June

Librarian messages to publishers by Bernie Folan and Claire Grace, 19 May

Jazz, fireworks and food for thought by various, 5 May

Get out of the library by Donna Lanclos, 21 April

UKSG@40 by Hazel Woodward, 31 March

Insights March 2017 by Lorraine Estelle and Steve Sharp, 17 March

Digital literacy expertise by stealth – knowing stuff and doing stuff by Iain Baird, Teesside University, 3 March

Why copyright literacy is the key to unlocking our greatest privilege by Chris Morrison, University of Kent, 17 February

Libraries – one part of a Toyota? by Adam Blackwood, eLearning Advisor, 3 February

On peril and privilege and why we all need copyright literacy by Jane Secker, LSE, 17 January

You said, we did: listening to our members by Sarah Bull, UKSG Executive Director, 6 January

 

2016

Reflections: Conference and Forum by various, 9 December

Comparing apples and pears: the challenges of measuring e-book use by Jo Lambert, Jisc, 25 November

“What is the value of a library with no content?” by Dave White, University of the Arts London, 11 November

Digital citizenship and the role of the library by Leo Appleton, University of the Arts London, 28 October

Scholarly communications, researchers' needs, and innovation by Charlie Rapple and Yann Amouroux, UKSG Committee, 14 October

A solution to the problem with IPs by Andrew Pitts, Publisher Solutions International, 30 September

A charter for e-books? by Nicholas Lewis, Library Director, University of East Anglia, 16 September

The printed book is a very persistent thing by Karen Carden, University of the Arts London, 2 September

e>p and then what? by Daniel Albertsson, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, 19 August

From historical inquiry to e-learning: understanding the metaliteracies and digital capabilities required of researchers of tomorrow by Nazlin Bhimani, UCL Institute of Education, 5 August

Can transparency in publishing costs clear the way for open scholarly communications? by Shona Thoma, Maynooth University, 22 July

One year later: on being a librarian in Saudi Arabia by Stephen Buck, King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, 8 July

The changing face of current awareness: reflections from a London law librarian by Clare Brown, 24 June

Reading fellows by Wendy Morris, Kingston University, 10 June

Of conferences and carpets by Susan Hill, Surrey and Aberystwyth Universities, 27 May

How Readers Discover Content in Scholarly Publications by Tracy Gardner, Simon Inger Consulting, 13 May

Swings and roundabouts by various, 29 April

Data supporting research collaborations by Neil Smyth, University of Nottingham, 15 April

How to get the best out of UKSG 2016 by various, 1 April

Insights March 2016 by Lorraine Estelle and Steve Sharp (Insights editors), 18 March

E-books: the Utopia for HE students by Alex Ferguson, Liverpool Guild of Students, 4 March

Where are we now? Delivering content in academic libraries by Joanna Ball, University of Sussex, 19 February

E-info discovery and management for institutes in the South by Marc Goovaerts, Hasselt University, 5 February

The Think.Check.Submit campaign by Helen Dobson, University of Manchester, 22 January

2015 - a year in review by members of the UKSG Committee, 8 January