Taking the Halberd to inefficient reading list acquisitions processes!

Taking the Halberd to Inefficient Reading List Acquisitions Processes! Electronic reading list systems are now commonplace in UK HE institutions […]

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Papers from Public Library Forum (Manchester 2019)

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NAG cd11 Follow up

Thank you to everyone who attended #NAGcd11 in Manchester this week; it was a great mix of new faces and […]

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NAG Public Libraries Forum November 2018

This event was held in Leeds on Thursday 8th November 2018. Slides available:

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#NAGcd10 Follow Up

Thank you to everyone who attended #NAGcd10 “Streamlining and Futureproofing your Collection.” It was great to see over 90 people […]

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NAG webinar: Carli Thatcher explains the Joint Consortia Books Agreement

Tuesday 23rd April 13:00 This free webinar will introduce the Joint Consortia Books Agreement, including the basics of what is […]

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Streamlining and Futureproofing your Collection

Wednesday May 15th 2019 sees NAG host the 10th edition of its highly successful Collection Development Seminar, taking place again […]

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#NAGcd9

Thank you to everyone who joined us at #NAGcd9 for “Practical Solutions to Impossible Problems” in Leeds.  Our speakers were: […]

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Record breaking numbers at #NAGcd8

Thank you to everyone who attended our Eighth NAG Collection Development Seminar – all 116 of you!  This was our […]

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Extreme Library Makeover!

FREE NAG public libraries event: Extreme Library Makeover! 24 May 2018, 1.30 – 4.00pm Leeds Central Library Join NAG for […]

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Collection Development Seminar 2018

“Valuing our Collections” 8th Collection Development Seminar for Academic Libraries Wednesday 23rd May 2018, Birmingham, The Studio (B2 5EP) This […]

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#NAG17 roundup

Over 80 delegates attended #NAG17 and enjoyed ten papers and four workshops from our excellent speakers. Special thanks must go […]

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