Focus 48

SCONUL Focus 48

ISSN 1745-5790 (online)
ISSN 1745-5782 (print)

The list of contents for SCONUL Focus 48 can be found below. Each article is in PDF format.

The copyright in items published in SCONUL Focus remains the property of the author(s) or their employers as the case may be. Items are accepted on the basis that SCONUL will normally expect to grant permission for the reproduction of articles, on paper or in other media, for educational/research purposes. This will include open access repositories, to which authors are encouraged to submit. Authors should contact the Chair of the Editorial Board if they would like to discuss this policy.


Why come to the library when the library can come to you?
Antony Brewerton, SCONUL Focus Editorial Board

Reaching out to researchers – from subject librarian to sales rep
Emma Thompson

Information literacy: as endorsed by Barack Obama and UNESCO
Peter Godwin

Bridging the gap: the importance of induction in underpinning information literacy
Laura Jeffrey

Creating a media-rich online induction
Denise Turner, Sue Myer

Information literacy and mobiles in Vancouver
Peter Godwin

Library questions? Ask us! Embarking on virtual reference at Anglia Ruskin University
Carol McMaster, Judith Wells, Jenny Cefai, Matthew Smith

Leeds Met Library Facebook application
Debbie Morris, Adam Watson

Next steps: developing federated access management to grow your institution’s e-business
Jane Charlton

‘How can we help?’
Catherine Walsh

Influencing skills: a how-to guide, or, How to get what you want without making enemies
Jo Norry

What makes an outstanding library team? The Times Higher Education leadership and management awards
Peter Williams

A week in the life … widget, anyone?
Lisa Jeskins

Black History Month at the University of East London
Michelle Marie Clarke-Campbell, Carol Hughes

Getting into the learning zone! Northumbria University’s Zones4Learning: a fusion of inspiration and practical nous
Annie Kilner

A new bookshop business at Edge Hill university
Mandy Phillips

Once upon a time in China
Laura Dunn

How do we compare? The experience of benchmarking a smaller university college library in the UK higher education sector
Peter Brooks, Theano Manoli

Business and health librarians in cross-site collaboration at City University London
Jacqui Gaul

USTLG rides again
Carole Rhodes

Going beyond Google: the invisible web in teaching and learning
Reviewed by Chris Leach

How to give your users the LIS services they want
Reviewed by Kathryn Ballard

‘The Student Experience’: the 2009 SCONUL autumn conference, British Library
Reviewed by Hazel Hall

RLUK/SCONUL digest of scholarly communication news
Frederick J. Friend

New service to recycle surplus stock

News from member libraries