‘All your data are belong to us’: the weaponisation of library usage data and what we can do about it

All your data are belong to us webinar recording of session December 2022 with Anthony Sinnott and Caroline Ball

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Webinar Week 2022: Recordings

Thank you to everyone who attended NAG #WebinarWeek 2022 and contributed to the lively discussion. An even bigger thank you […]

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Open Access

A place to pull together resources from across the NAG site about Open Access along with external links recommended by […]

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Collective Funding for Open Access Books: How Libraries and Publishers Can Banish the BPC

Books are not journals – how we fund OA for books need not (and ought not) follow the same models […]

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Wellbeing Collection Development: compiling a national resource

How do we choose titles for wellbeing collections in libraries? Increasingly a strategic priority for libraries and their parent organisations, […]

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Open Access Monographs: where we are now and how to make mandates a reality

A COPIM webinar hosted by the National Acquisitions Group In early 2022 the major research funding body in the UK […]

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Living with Kortext

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Increasing access to Library Film Collections

Exploring the implications of copyright in post lockdown provision of Audio-visual material.Ruth Burns and Neil Sprunt, University of Manchester Library […]

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Implementing a new library system after 20 years – what we learnt about moving to OCLC’s WMS at Leeds Beckett

with Julie Cleverley and Debbie Morris, Leeds Beckett University. A webinar in our “Library Perspectives” series documenting the experience of […]

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Memory Bags – #NAGplf22

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Libraries of Sanctuary – #NAGplf22

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#NAGplf22 Birmingham

Thank you to everyone who attended our fantastic Public Libraries Forum in Birmingham on 11th May. This page pulls together […]

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