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Forthcoming events

Details about the November conference programme and bookings are open for our new Introduction to Resource Discovery seminar.
Resource Discovery is a new seminar which gives an overview of what is discovery from the point of view of librarians, content providers and the technology services. It gives attendees insight into the discovery services landscape, metadata and processes behind scenes.
Our popular November conference is shaping up - thanks to everyone who submitted ideas. Our Programme Chairs Tasha Mellins-Cohen (Project Counter) and Katherine Rose (Imperial College) are currently putting the programme together.
Our annual conference next year is going to be held in the city of Glasgow from the 13-15 April 2023. The first call for papers is out now and you can read all about it here.
Our UKSG November conference is shaping up and we’d like to hear from you as we form the programme. Our theme is diversity, equity and inclusion through multiple lenses in scholarly communications.
Led by Lorraine Estelle and Katherine Stephan this webinar will help those who work with researchers offer straightforward advice to help them avoid publishing in places that they would want to avoid.
Plan M, predatory publishing and an introduction to eResources
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.
This two-part online event has been adapted from UKSG’s successful and long-running one-day seminar and aims to present a practical introductory overview of all aspects of e-resources management, encompassing e-journals, e-books and bibliographic and full-text databases. Taking place as two morning sessions on Thursday 23rd June and Tuesday 28th June.
This two-part online event has been adapted from UKSG’s successful and long-running one-day seminar and aims to present a practical introductory overview of all aspects of e-resources management, encompassing e-journals, e-books and bibliographic and full-text databases. Taking place as two morning sessions on Thursday 23rd June and Tuesday 28th June.