Category Archives: UKSG

How do academic libraries value their electronic resources?

UK academic libraries spend millions on electronic resources annually to support learning, teaching and research at their institutions. Demonstrating the value of these online resources presents a number of challenges for libraries, especially when it comes to attributing value to … Continue reading

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Are the digital natives getting restless? Reflections on the 2011 UKSG Conference

Last week I was fortunate enough to represent DMU Library Services at an annual UKSG Conference for the third time. This year’s event was held ‘oop North’ in Harrogate, a beautiful setting for a conference which I still believe to … Continue reading

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Reflections on UKSG and NASIG 2010 Conferences

I will hopefully again be representing DMU Library Services at the 2011 UKSG Annual Conference. This year’s conference is being held in Harrogate; I have never had the pleasure of visiting Harrogate before so I am looking forward to the … Continue reading

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