The April 2020 edition of Taking Stock (28:2) is available to NAG Members to view online.  This issue includes:

  • Jennie Hillyard           NAG: a hive of activity
  • Karen Colbron             Levelling the playing field for the acquisition of digital archival collections in UK Higher Education
  • Jane Secker and Chris Morrison        Understanding the value of the CLA Licence to UK Higher Education.
  • Chris Harrison             Is it a Bird? Is it a Plane? Challenging the binary divide between books and journals.
  • Dionne Hood               Partnership working in Reader Development at Bradford Libraries
  • Rebecca Gower and Jayne Kelly         Is it for teaching, or research or both? Collaborating on ebooks in Cambridge,
  • Maria Reguera             A new approach to children’s reading groups: NAG Public Libraries Project Grant
  • Natalia Gordon            Fear the change but create the workflow anyway: behind the scenes of an implementation
  • Lesley Lowe and Chloe French           Public Libraries and Further Education in Partnership
  • Sheila Candeland         This is Manchester, we do things differently here: the story of a collaborative model to support reading for pleasure.
  • A. J. Mackenzie            Breaking the perception of digital literacy, the contemporary conceptualisation of information technology.

Printed copies have been delayed due to Covid-19 however they will shortly be posted to all current NAG Members.

There will not be an edition of Taking Stock for Winter 2020 due to Covid-19.