Monthly Archives: May 2012

E-books and libraries Scoop.it magazine

I have created my first ever Scoop.it magazine issue! (Ok, so you’re probably not as excited as me, but I’m really excited!) My first issue is on the topic of e-books and libraries. I’d been planning another blog post on … Continue reading

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CILIP Wales conference 2012 – my ramblings

For this year’s CILIP Cymru/Wales conference the key theme of leadership was interspersed throughout most of the sessions during the two days. Before I go into detail, most of the conference presentations are available on the CILIP Wales website. Content Leadership was … Continue reading

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Doing 23 Things (but not all at once)

Some of you may be aware of the 23 Things ‘thing’. It’s a self-directed online course for your personal and professional development which focuses on learning 23 things about the Internet and particularly newer technologies and Web 2.0 things. The … Continue reading

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Consultation on transferring Public Lending Right function and funding

Many library staff will be aware of the Public Lending Right scheme in the UK and Ireland which pays authors for the number of times their books have been borrowed from public libraries. The scheme has been in place for … Continue reading

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