ISSN 1745-5790 (online)
ISSN 1745-5782 (print)
The list of contents for SCONUL Focus 49 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.
E-book readers: what are librarians to make of them?
The first six tools for practical Library 2.0
No audition required!
The true value of volunteering
How to bid for funding
Postcards from the (research) edge: staying in touch with students throughout their PhD travels
Michelle Blake, Nicola Wright
‘IS for you week’ at the University of Brighton
Playing the long game: reclassifying UEA library
Self-service reservations: a review of a pilot at Anglia Ruskin University
Norman Boyd, Sarah Allen
Explaining abstract concepts with concrete examples – entity registry and research activity data
SCONUL Study Tour to Denmark and Sweden May 2009
Compiled by Geoff Gilbert
RLUK/SCONUL digest of scholarly communication news
Frederick J. Friend
‘Subject repositories: European collaboration in the international context’ – a conference organised by the Nereus Consortium
Conference reviewed by Antony Brewerton,
Book review: Bite-sized marketing: realistic solutions for the overworked librarian
Reviewed by: Antony Brewerton,