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Library Hub Cataloguing: hear about our plans for 2021 and beyond

Since the launch of Library Hub Cataloguing in July 2019 the service has continued to develop in response to feedback from users. We will be running a short webinar on Wednesday 7th October from 11.00 -11.30am to announce details of some changes to the way the service is delivered in 2021 and outline our continuing […]

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LHCAB July 2020 Meeting

The Library Hub Community Advisory Board met online on 1st July. Tracey Middleton, Collections and Digital Development Manager at Bangor University was welcomed as a new member.  A summary of discussions follows: A list of institutions which have not yet engaged with the NBK was circulated and Board members agreed to continue to promote the […]

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Data Quality Follow-up Webinar Tuesday 14th July: Book Now

Following our introductory webinars in June, we have had a good response to the consultation about data quality measures in the NBK and thank those who have completed the questionnaire to date.  The consultation period closes today, Tuesday 30th June. Bookings are now open for the Data Quality Follow-up Webinar: Tuesday 14th July 2 – […]

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Data Quality: give us your views

The consultation period has now closed.  A follow-up webinar will run on the 14th July. Following the introductory webinars held on 9th and 10th June , the next stage of our consultation process is to give you the opportunity to look at our draft quality measures, and to comment on them through a questionnaire.  We […]

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Recording retention commitments: LHCAB confirms recommendation.

Following a period of community consultation in April and May, the Library Hub Community Advisory Board (LHCAB) has confirmed a final statement recommending the use of a standard approach to recording monograph retention commitments. The statement takes account of comments received as follows: Recognition that libraries with wholly self-renewing collections may not wish to adopt […]