Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Call for Papers - SCONUL Focus

As the CONUL representative on the SCONUL Focus editorial team, I would like to draw to your attention that the  latest issue (62) is now online. . This isuse includes two  interesting articles by Nora Hegarty on lunchtime training in the library in the Limerick Institute of Technology and shelf-signposting. James Molloy and Susan Boyle describe their experience of converting a poster presented at LILAC to an eposter, a concept we are likely to hear lots more about.

This will be the last issue which will also be produced in hard copy.

We have extended the deadline for issue 63, focusing on innovations in accessing e-content, until end-February. More information 

Issue 64 (copy date 31 May 2015) with put the spotlight on innovations in determining user experience and views of our services and on how we are responding to feedback

Issue 65 (copy date 30th September 2015) will focus on shared services and partnership initiatives

Helen Fallon

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