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We are delighted to have such high calibre candidates consider standing for election to the board of trustees of UKSG. They are: Romy Beard, Consultant; James Bennet, CLA; Richard Bridgen, HEE; Claire Grace, Open University; Bruce Heterick, ITHAKA; Bethany Logan, Sussex; Ruth Phillips, Middlesex; Harriet Notman, Jisc; Philip Vaughan, Coventry; Charlie Rapple, Kudos; Katherine Rose, Imperial; Josh Sendall, Nottingham; and Uwe Stehle, Thieme
News about Elections, AGMs, the latest on the annual conference (including how to get an all-expense paid trip to both UKSG and NASIG, and the latest Insights articles.
Updates on the annual conference, announcing the date for our AGM and details on how to stand for election as a Trustee of UKSG and make you voice heard! Plus, the latest Insights article.
A round up of what's going on here at UKSG!
Save the date - UKSG Annual Conference Exhibits are open for booking soon!
UKSG offers a range of free webinars which support distance learning and attract professionals with diverse experience from a wide range of organisations throughout the world. We are looking for suggestions for our 2022 programme.
We are holding our event in person and online next March at the Scottish Exhibition Centre, where COP26 is currently being held. Sponsors are busy booking their exhibit booths and general exhibition bookings will open on December 9th 2021. If you would like to sponsor the conference and support UKSG, please email Chelsea Plunkett who is handling our sponsorship sales. If you are interested in receiving an alert when the general exhibit bookings are opened, please email Plus - details of the latest Insights publishing articles.
Welcome to this week's newsletter! Here is a summary of our upcoming events and recent Insights articles. If you have any suggestions for seminars or webinars, please do get in touch!
Discovery is a perennial theme and our guest editors have curated the articles Insights has published on this subject over ten years. This collection charts the irrevocably altered state of information discovery and shows traditional library catalogues competing with, adjusting to and leveraging search engine technology.
A roundup of upcoming events and the latest from UKSG Insights journal.

Upcoming events