Focus 59

ISSN 1745-5790 (online)

ISSN 1745-5782 (print)

The list of contents for SCONUL Focus 59 can be found below. Each article is in PDF format.

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New technologies and new roles

The future of library systems
Ben Showers, Suzanne Enright

Putting research into practice: mobile technologies in libraries
Jo Alcock, Annmarie Lee

The holistic librarian: 23(+ 1) things for RDM at the University of Exeter
Hannah Lloyd-Jones

Using RFID technology at University of Sussex
Catherine Evans, Annette Moore

The HIKE project: evaluating Intota and KB+ for the UK marketplace
Amy Devenney, Graham Stone

An academic year of summoning support via text message at the University of Salford
Judith Turner

Web-conferencing, screen-sharing and online meeting rooms
Leanne Young

Twitter at Canterbury Christ Church University
Ian Clark

Papers from the Lancaster Alma Day, 3 June 2013
David Summers

EDINA releases a new look SUNCAT
Zena Mulligan

University of East London: the new Stratford Campus Library
Cathy Walsh

Self and peer assessment as a method of improving quality
Helen Fallon, Jon Purcell

From 59 to 95 in a year: improving the student experience in politics
Sarah Brain

The establishment of a staff development network amongst partner libraries in the south of England
Steve Rose, Lisa White

Core content modules at Leeds Metropolitan University
Erin Nephin, Wendy Luker, Karen Fisher, Lindsay Joyce

Creating a new Harvard referencing guide at the University of Lincoln
Helen Williams, Judith Elkin, Marishona Ortega

Evaluation of a self-audit tool to support information skills development in postgraduate students
Suzie Kitchin , Dr Sue Lampitt

Fifth birthday of a new approach to LIS education in North Wales
Paul Jeorrett

MOOCs and libraries: the good, the bad and the ugly
Sarah Davis

News from member libraries

Book Review: Digital dieting: from information obesity to intellectual fitness
Reviewed by Will Reid