Category: WHELF

The WHELF Learning and Teaching Group invites you to our free Teachmeet on Wednesday 16th December 11am-12pm: ‘Is there anybody there? Learning and teaching with students remotely’. The Teachmeet will be held on Zoom and include the following : Welcome …

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Alison Harding , Executive Head of Library and Learning Resources at UWTSD, writes: We have recently participated in a case study with Ex Libris on implementing Alma across a small multi-campus university This will be made available on the Ex …

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WHELF Cataloguing Group – nominated by Alan Hughes, Cardiff University: The team has had a transformational and refreshing impact on the reinvention of cataloguing activities across Wales and beyond. The all-Wales partnership of 14 higher education and research institutions – …

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This new award from CILIP Cymru Wales is about celebrating the achievements of Teams working within Library/Information Services in Wales.The award celebrates teams who have demonstrated achievements in at least two of the following areas: Positive impact on community or …

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WHELF is pleased to welcome Judith Dray as the Board member for RWCMD, while Megan Wiley is on a secondment From October 5th at the University of Westminster for a year, providing maternity cover for their Head of Library and …

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https://www.elsevier.com/books/technology-change-and-the-academic-library/atkinson/978-0-12-822807-4 Mark Hughes, Head of Library Services at Cardiff Metropolitan University, has written a chapter in a recently published book: Technology, Change and the Academic Library (Elsevier, 2020).Mark’s chapter is a case study about the WHELF LMS at Cardiff Met …

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Collaborate –Create –Innovate WHELF’s mission is: to promote collaboration and innovation in library, knowledge and information services across Wales.

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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