Category: WHELF

On Wednesday 1 July 2020 I represented WHELF at the UK Regional Consortia Managers’ Meeting, along with colleagues from The Northern Collaboration, Mercian Collaboration, the M25 Consortium of Academic Libraries, NoWAL and SCURL. Kate from White Rose was unfortunately unable …

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The next WHELF Board meeting will now take place via Zoom on Thursday 23 July 2020.

This is the final call for papers for the Gregynog Colloquium Online, a free event running 9th June – 11th June. The main theme and topics of the colloquium remain the same: Future proofing HE: Future trends of teaching & …

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Message from Steve Williams, Chair of WHELF, on the COVID-19 situation: While our members’ physical libraries have closed, our digital estate is abuzz. The work of libraries and information services has increasingly taken place online and our wonderful and professional …

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The WHELF Annual Report for the academic year 2018-19 is now available. The report highlights the collective work of WHELF along with news and developments from the WHELF institutions. WHELF Annual Report 2018-19 Welcome to the WHELF report for 2018-19. …

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Thank you to Jenny McNally for your work on this.

It’s that time of year again! The Archives & Special Collections Group are taking part in the Color Our Collections social media campaign run by the New York Academy of Medicine Library, joining with other libraries, archives, and museums around the …

Colo(u)r Our Collections is here again! Read More »

WHELF would like to welcome Dr Owain Rhys Roberts who joins us representing The National Library of Wales. Owain is Director of Collections and Public Programmes and Deputy Chief Executive at The National Library of Wales (NLW) since November 2019. …

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The WHELF Research group have arranged a session at Aberystwyth University looking at the use of Wikipedia/media/data in research activities: Discover how the National Library is utilising Wikipedia and its sister projects to engage with the public, to share digital …

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The annual WHELF Twitter takeover has been ongoing since October. This is a wonderful opportunity for each WHELF member institution to showcase the work it does and to promote activities, events, exhibitions or special collections. The takeover will continue in …

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