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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The Roehampton Kaleidoscope – #NAGplf22

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Play Talk Read and the Sandy Bear Challenge – #NAGplf22

Sandwell Libraries and Archives have recently developed two new schemes incorporating our use of library book stock with activities for […]

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