WHELF and Jisc Wales are pleased to announce that booking is now open for this year’s Excluded Voices conference This free one-day conference will be held online, on 29th June 2022. We encourage colleagues from libraries, museums and heritage sector …

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Catherine Finch, Collections Librarian University of South Wales, writes: DigiFest 2022: what really happened. This year’s DigiFest showcased the latest education technology and reflected on pandemic teaching and learning experiences.  It took place in the ICC at the heart of Birmingham …

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WHELF and Jisc are pleased to announce that our Excluded Voices conference is now open for booking: WHELF Excluded Voices Conference  Outline Programme 22nd April  10.00 – 10.05 – welcome and introduction from Alison Harding as WHELF Chair  10.05 – 11.05: Keynote Session 1:  Let the East …

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The WHELF Annual Report for the academic year 2017-18 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 is pleased to announce the publication of “Evaluating the benefits of the WHELF consortial approach to a library management system”. Funded by Jisc, Cambridge Econometrics was commissioned by the Wales Higher Education Libraries Forum (WHELF) to carry out an …

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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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