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NBK Plan M

Plan M: understanding costs

One of the key things that our consultants are looking at as part of their Plan M work is the economic side of the library bibliographic metadata marketplace. We need to get an understanding of the current costs are and where that money is flowing in order to produce the robust economic modelling that will […]

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Data Library Hub Cataloguing NBK

Data Quality: feedback summary

We were delighted with the response to our data quality consultation. We had 22 responses, which were detailed and informative. We’d like to thank everyone who participated for the time, effort, and thought that they put into their responses. In general, respondents thought the documents were clear and the field categories broadly appropriate. Most of […]

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Library Hub Discover

Library Hub Discover updates and enhancements

We’ve made some changes to Library Hub Discover which we hope will enhance your experience of using the service: Display options change We’ve made it possible to change the way that records are displayed on the search results screen. You can now toggle between expanded and collapsed views, by using the button in the top […]

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Library Hub Discover

The Gerald Coke Handel Collection at the Foundling Museum

The Gerald Coke Handel Collection at the Foundling Museum comprises over 12,000 items from the eighteenth century to the present, and is a major research resource for the study of Handel and his contemporaries. Handel was a major benefactor of the Foundling Hospital, a home for children founded in 1739 by Thomas Coram, which counted […]

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Coronavirus Library Hub Discover

Helping you find OA resources on Discover

Following our last post on adding more Open Access resources to Library Hub Discover, we’ve added records from the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) and Jisc Historical Texts and Journal Archives (currently free to all Jisc members). We’ve also made some changes to the sort order to bring OA and online resources to the […]