Monthly Archives: May 2011

Report back from “E-books and e-content 2011”, a conference held by UCL Department of Information Studies, 11th May

Three sessions, eight talks and a number of recurring themes at this (I think) annual event. for an outline and downloadable programme. Are books becoming just content, rather than whole units, now that technology enables “chunking“?   Will business … Continue reading

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What would our “library of the future”wishlist include?

Could I ask NEWT members to think about the question above and compile a list (via Lisa) of anything no matter how obvious; “blue sky”, expensive or fanciful. The reason I ask is this; as part of the wider discussions … Continue reading

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Using iPads and iPhones for roving reference enquiries

The latest issue of College and Research Libraries news has a very informative article regarding how their staff are making use of the iPad, and the challenges that they have come across.  For the last year we have made use of … Continue reading

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