The list of contents for SCONUL Focus 65 can be found below. Each article is in PDF format.
A full PDF of SCONUL Focus 65 can be downloaded here.
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'No librarian is an island’
Developing a shared and collaborative approach to service provision
Three is not a crowd
Working collaboratively across institutions: the White Rose Libraries partnership at the universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York
A friend in need is a friend indeed
The M25 Consortium’s preparations for disaster management
WHELF Shared LMS
Delivering a shared library management system for Wales
Gareth Owen, John Dalling
The Twelve Apps of Christmas
How collaboration between librarians and learning technologists brought success to an open online course
More than the sum of our parts
How three universities share the Drill Hall Library
A networking group for London satellite campuses
Ellen Christensen, Lynne Meehan
Collections management: share the experience @ York
University of York library 7 July 2015
Students as partners in recruitment
Using action plans to build partnerships at the University of York
Michelle Blake, Vanya Gallimore
Using a blog to showcase the library
The Maynooth University Library Quality Review
Bernadette Gardiner, Emma Boyce
Innovation in libraries
Report from the Business Librarians Association annual conference
Innovation and Evolution: Challenges and Opportunities for 21st Century Academic and Research Libraries.
Report on the Consortium of National and University Libraries (CONUL) Conference, 3-4 June 2015, Ireland