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The NCSC has issued an alert to the academic sector following a spate of online attacks against UK schools, colleges and universities.
The free workshop will share knowledge and experiences of using positive action to recruit Library Graduate Trainees to address the underrepresentation of Black, Asian, and Global Majority staff in libraries, and to work towards implementing such traineeships across many more libraries. All are welcome to attend.
We need to enable knowledge generation globally and not just for those who can afford to pay costly APCs. Publishing open access does not always have to be about paying a fee and researchers can, and should, explore other more innovative publishing models.
Library Carpentry is software skills training aimed at the needs and requirements of library and information-related communities. It provides a welcoming and safe learning environment to deliver digital skills training to information-related communities who don’t have previous experience in programming. These are hands-on workshops, which are designed to allow participants to practice skills as they learn.
Lancaster University Library is inviting students, staff and friends and neighbours from the local community to explore the work of the Library, the University and its community partners.
The Statement’s introduction provides context for library use of controlled digital lending as a mechanism for Interlibrary Loan.
"This evolving policy is a tool to publicize, measure, and grow your organization’s commitment to preserving scholarship." The policy is available for public comment from August to November 30, 2021.
The University of Suffolk is now live with OCLC's WorldShare Management Services as their new library services platform
The Library Publishing Coalition (LPC) and the International Federation of Library Associations' Library Publishing Special Interest Group (LibPub SIG) are partnering once again to survey the landscape of publishing in libraries across the globe.
EARLL (Early career Academic and Research Librarians in London) is a professional network for new and early career librarians in academic and research institutions based in and around London and the south east of England. EARLL are supported by UKSG and are the recipients of the UKSG Innovation Award 2019.