Category: Welsh universities

WHELF Annual Report

The WHELF Annual Report for the academic year 2015-16 is now available. The report highlights the collective work of WHELF along with news and developments from the WHELF institutions. The report can be downloaded in English or Welsh from the

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WHELF Reps meeting summary October 2016

The WHELF Representatives met at Gregynog Hall on Thursday 28th October-Friday 29th October 2016. These are some of the topics that were addressed at the meeting. For the first session of the meeting we welcomed Einir Young, Director of Sustainability

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Sconul Focus article on the WHELF Shared LMS

Gareth Owen, Programme Manager of the WHELF Shared LMS  and John Dalling, Senior Learning Resources Adviser at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David have an written article for Sconul Focus Issue 65. Steve Rose (Chair of the Editorial Team,

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WHELF wins at THELMAs 2015

WHELF are the proud winners of the Outstanding Library Team Award, announced on Thursday June 18th at the Times Higher Education Leadership and Management Awards 2015. The awards, now in their seventh year recognise outstanding leadership and management in the

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WHELF Shared LMS announces chosen supplier

Welsh Universities, the National Library of Wales and the NHS Libraries in Wales select a shared Library Management System We are pleased to announce that a consortium of Welsh Universities, including the National Library of Wales, and the Welsh NHS

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“Universities Wales” showcase of research projects

The following content is from the Universities Wales website: “How do Welsh universities advance the world around us? Today’s global society faces a raft of challenges – to our people, to our economy, and to our environment. Research at Wales’

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Open Access Week Events / Digwyddiad Wythnos Mynediad Agored: Aberystwyth a Bangor

Bydd y siaradwyr gwadd yn y ddau ddigwyddiad yn cynnwys: Ben Johnson o HEFCE a fydd yn siarad am y gofynion REF ar gyfer Mynediad Agored Roger Tritton o JISC Collections a fydd yn siarad am eu gwaith yn archwilio

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WHELF survey of library access schemes

WHELF recently carried out a survey to audit library reciprocal access schemes in Wales. The survey was run as part of Strategic Aim 1 of the WHELF Action Plan: Student Experience to assess whether WHELF was meeting its objective to

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Presentations from the Repository and Research Support Seminar, Swansea University July 21st 2014

Swansea University Library recently organized a highly informative seminar day for WHELF on repositories and supporting research. The event covered a wide range of topics from the Welsh Repository Network and the WW1 project, to REF, bibliometrics, ORCID and the

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Repository and Research Support seminar, Swansea University 21st July 2014

To book your place at this event, please email Rebecca r.kelleher@swansea.ac.uk  Please note that some places are still available. Programme: Time Topic Speaker 9:30-10:00 Arrival/ tea and coffee   10:00-10:15 Welcome and introduction to the day Steve Williams, Swansea University

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