Focus 54

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

The list of contents for SCONUL Focus 54 can be found below. Each article is in PDF format.

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How are we doing?
Valerie Stevenson

The university library of the future
Conference report by Lys Ann Reiners and Valerie Stevenson

The university library of the future
Panel session: What will UK HE look like in 2021?

The Prince’s Dream
Michael Gorman

A week in the life
Bethan Ruddock

Proving value in challenging times
Heather Marshall

‘Moments of truth’: measuring how the library and student support service impacts upon the student experience
Leo Appleton

Library Impact Data Project
Graham Stone, Dave Pattern, Bryony Ramsden

LibQUAL+®: The SCONUL experience
Selena Killick, J. Stephen Town

Does your library need ‘More books’?
Simon Speight, Ben Taylorson

Comfort, stretch and panic: introducing a CPD framework for service and professional development
Maria Mirza, Carol Chatten, Emily Moffat

Developing research support
Antony Brewerton

Veni, vidi, video... making a library video for new students
Liz Murray, Helen Westwood, Samantha Halford

UKSG and Twitter: what we’re doing, why, and to what effect
Charlie Rapple

Twitter – a personal perspective
Catriona Fisher

The SCARLET Project: Augmented Reality in special collections
Guyda Armstrong, John Hodgson, Frank Manista, Matt Ramirez,

Open content for management education – an innovative approach by OpenScout
Cecilia Loureiro-Koechlin, Uta Schwertel

News from member libraries

JISC Collections 2011 Conference and AGM
Valerie Stevenson

A JISC digital literacies workshop – with a twist
Lis Parcell, Sharon Crossan

Supporting research and researchers
Reviewed by Penelope Street

Book review: A guide to teaching information literacy
Reviewed by Michelle Blake