SHEFFIELD, UK, 14 November, 2014—OCLC and Research Libraries UK (RLUK), a consortium of the largest research organisations in the UK and Ireland, today announced an expanded partnership that will help RLUK achieve key strategic objectives for shared collection management and …

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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 …

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

Neges ddwyieithog yw hon – Gweler isod ar gyfer y fersiwn Saesneg This is a bilingual message – Please see below for English version Annwyl gydweithwyr – Bydd Prifysgol Abertawe yn lletya digwyddiad i drafod dyfodol ystorfeydd Cymru, mynediad agored, …

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This was my first return visit to the Colloquium for approximately 5 years. It was a great opportunity for me to meet with colleagues “old” and new and establish new connections with librarians since I’ve become the WHELF Development Officer. …

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As the WHELF Shared LMS project gathers pace so does international interest in our progress! Last week the WHELF Development Officer received an email from Kathy Scardellato, the Executive Director of the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL), in Ontario, …

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Another big step forward has been taken in the procurement process on the WHELF Shared Library Management System project.  Following an assessment of PQQ (Pre-Qualification Questionnaire) responses a short-list of suppliers has been issued with the tender (ITT).  They will …

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The Walk-in Access Wales project is featured in the October issue of CILIPUpdate. The article written by Bronwen Blatchford (UoW, Walk-in Access Wales Project Officer) and Alison Harding (UWTSD, Walk-in Access Wales, Project Manager), describes the project objectives to set …

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