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Collaborative evidence-based ebook acquisition in Scotland
Wendy Walker and Colin Sinclair
Marketing and launching the reading lists service to academics and students
Helen Rimmer and Sian Downes
Adopting patron-driven acquisition as UWE’s sole method of e-book acquisition
Ted Spilsbury and Matt Durant
New manuscript found at City, University of London
Rob Hodgson and Simon Bralee
Rare books and printed special collections at Bangor University
Elen Simpson, Shan Robinson and Mairwen Owen
Conservation challenges at the National Library of Scotland
Isobel Griffin and Claire Thomson
Managing large collections-based projects at Maynooth University
A collections perspective
Marie G. Cullen and Mary Robinson
TEiLA for Buckinghamshire New University Library
The potential of staff-less academic libraries in the UK
A thought piece
John Dowd and Mike Dainton
Moving from Eprints to Worktribe research management system and developing a repository module
Lyn Gibson, Laura Ennis and Joyce Templeton
Libraries and research support in small and teaching-led universities
Contextual problems around nascent services in dynamic times
Carly Lightfoot and Kevin Sanders
Superhero librarians are coming
Get your capes on!