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Editorial

Amy Stubbing, who has a number of years' experience working in a variety of library and archive settings and currently works at the University of Westminster as the Customer Services Manager, is being sponsored by UKSG to attend the American Libraries Association conference in Washington, DC.
Brie Betz, Director of Product Management at ProQuest, discusses the changing landscape of academic research, and highlights some of the findings of recent ProQuest studies aimed at better understanding how users access information, and how they prefer to access information.
The six early career professionals who were sponsored to attend the 2019 UKSG Annual Conference and Exhibition at Telford in April share their experiences of the conference.
Sarah Kember, Professor of New Technologies of Communication at Goldsmiths and Director of Goldsmiths Press, puts the case for a tailor-made open access policy for AHSS.
Various UKSG committee members share their personal highlights from the UKSG 2019 Conference.
Dave Puplett, Head of Library Services at the University of Greenwich, asks if librarians are inclined to waste the opportunities for change and innovation which a crisis can offer in the interests of maintaining the status quo and getting back to normal as quickly as possible.
Andrew Barker explains what is a bit different about this year's UKSG conference and which sessions in the packed programme he - and others - are particularly looking forward to.
On International Women’s Day, Jill Emery celebrates nine women in the library & information science field who have forged paths, led information industries, and served as inspiration to others working in the field.
Claire Sewell, Research Support Skills Coordinator at Cambridge University Libraries, calls for a change in how staff are chosen for roles in research support and urges librarians and PhDs to cooperate and learn from each other.
Marilyn Clarke, Acting Head of Library Services and Head of Discovery Services, Goldsmiths Library, University of London, challenges librarians to institute real and positive change through social justice work, to self-decolonise - now!