Reports

2013

Welsh Information Literacy Project – Phase III Update

Walk-in Access Wales paper April 2013

Future of Welsh Repositories Report

WHELF LMS Programme Phase 2 V 1 1
Benefits of an all Wales Shared LMS
Welsh Shared Service Library Management System Feasibility Report
JISC Pathfinder Project
JISC LMS Report V 1.0

2012

WHELF Sharing a Library Management System Executive Summary
WHELF Sharing a Library Management System Final Report Suppliers Redacted
WHELF Sharing a Library Management System Final Report2

WHELF Discussion Paper- the future of Welsh Repository Network

2011

Information Literacy Framework for Wales (2011)

2010

Welsh Information Literacy Project: current practice in Wales (December 2010)

Shared services – WHELF response to HEW Audit

WHELF eBook Report 2010

Presenting the IMPACT of your Library Service

Welsh E-Theses Online – Issues and Options
e-theses memorandum of understanding

2009

A co-ordinated WHELF approach to storage and supply of theses

Access to e-resources – Navigating the Digital World for Business
Opportunities for support from EU Structural Funds: A Final Report submitted to WHELF (January 2009)

S. Mace & C. West, ‘CyMAL/WHELF Study Tour of Dublin’, Y Ddolen, 50, (2009), p14.
Dublin Study Tour (Y Ddolen)

S. Mace & C. West, ‘WHELF Study Tour of Dublin’, SCONUL Focus 46.
Dublin Study Tour (SCONUL Focus)

2008

Welsh EThesis Management Options

Resource Delivery Piloting Options in Wales between Welsh Libraries: final report (August 2008)
Resource Delivery Piloting Options in Wales between Welsh Libraries: Appendices (August 2008)
Resource Delivery Piloting Options in Wales between Welsh Libraries: HE Appendices (August 2008)

Opportunities for WHELF under the EU Convergence and Competitiveness Programmes (April 2008)

WHELF Dublin Study Tour 2008 – Report for CyMAL

2005

WHELF: wherefore, whereto? / Elizabeth Kensler and Andrew Green. SCONUL Focus, Number 35 Summer/Autumn 2005.

2004

The origins of collaboration in Welsh academic libraries
The HELP (Higher Education in Libraries Partnership) project in 2004 confirmed the need for WHELF to take a leadership role in driving forward the collaboration agenda. Links to the detailed reports and summary can be found here:
Part 1: Summary Report

Part 2: Collaboration Review
Part 3: E-Learning Feasibility Study
Part 4: Journals Case Study and Journals Questionnaire
Part 5: Partnership Programme
Part 6: Executive Summary

With a little HELP from my friends: developments in Welsh academic library collaboration / Jeremy Atkinson and Elizabeth Kensler. SCONUL Focus, Number 33 Winter 2004.

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