Focus 52

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

The list of contents for SCONUL Focus 52 can be found below. Each article is in PDF format.

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Doing things differently
Valerie Stevenson

The positive power of disruption
Ken Chad

A week in the life…
Kay Munro

Student expectations and the NSS: action planning at Northumbria University Library: a case study
Dilys Young

Citations count: the provision of bibliometrics training by university libraries
Elizabeth Gadd

E-only journals: incentives and barriers: or why don’t we just do it?
Michael Jubb

Making a splash with ORCA: Cardiff University’s Institutional Repository
Louise Harrington

The EHRI Project: building an online archive for European Holocaust research
Rebecca Kahn

Towards a metadata ecology for 21st-century education and research
David Kay, Paul Miller & Owen Stephens

‘If the library is the heart of the university, then information literacy is the brain’: promoting ‘Information literacy week’ at Salford University
Sue Barker-Mathews, Maggie Costello

Library induction: online vs face-to-face
Carol Elston, Michelle Schneider

Achieving more with less: acquisitions in hard times
Belinda Roker, Catherine Williams

BIC and the e4libraries accreditation scheme
Alan Hopkinson

The value of libraries for research: some themes
Michael Jubb

Tech tips for libraries: Twitterfeed
Paul Stainthorp

One potato, two potato: ‘Mashed Library’, two years in
Chris Leach, Paul Stainthorp

The SCONUL seven pillars model of information literacy: 2011 update
Moira Bent, Ruth Stubbings

British Universities Film & Video Council

Academic librarian awarded a National Teaching Fellowship

News from member libraries

What do they really really want? Student expectations
Reviewed by Suzie Kitchin

Mission impossible? Satisfying disabled students’ needs:
Janice Bell, Enid Pryce-Jones

Personalised Library Services in Higher Education symposium
Reviewed by Michelle Blake

University Science and Technology Librarian’s Group: Information Literacy event
Reviewed by Jon Fletcher

Preparing collections for digitization
Reviewed by Valerie Stevenson

The intranet management handbook
Reviewed by Valerie Stevenson

Brenda Elizabeth Moon MA MPhil PhD FRSE