Focus 66

ISSN 1745-5790

The list of contents for SCONUL Focus 66 can be found below. The theme of this issue is Leadereship.

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Steve Rose, Birmingham City University

Leadership challenges: Some views from those in the hot seat

SCONUL Leadership Task and Finish Group
Alison Baud, Bath Spa University

An account of the LIBER Emerging Leaders programme
Jan Wilkinson, University Librarian & Director of the John Rylands Library and Roger Fielding, Roger Fielding Consulting

LIBER Journées
John Tuck, Royal Holloway University of London

CILIP Leadership Programme
Jo Alcock, Birmingham City University

Ten years of a Future Leaders Programme reflective journal
John Cox, National University of Ireland

Snapshots from participants in formal leadership development programmes

Demonstrating and developing leadership through Principal Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy: a personal account
Roisin Gwyer, University of Portsmouth

Leading organisational change through a shared values culture
Oliver Pritchard, University of Sunderland

Library as the ‘centre for everything’
Hugh Murphy, Maynooth University

A study of the UK information workforce
Simon Edwards, Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals

Use of webinars for information skills training
Evaluation of a one-year project at Canterbury Christ Church University

Manfred Gschwandtner, Canterbury Christ Church University

Sharing expertise
Lisa Jeffery, University of Portsmouth

Pulling in the punters: from the Poster Prom(enade) to CLS Showcase
Alison Sharman, University of Huddersfield, Nicola Howorth, University of Huddersfield, Lisa Balman, University of Huddersfield

Saving the Horniman Library
Helen Williamson, Horniman Museum

Brunel bands: A social history project
John West, Brunel University Library