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LHCAB November 2020 Meeting

The Library Hub Community Advisory Board met online on 11th November 2020.  Elizabeth James, Head of National Art Library Collections at the V&A was welcomed as the latest new member to join the Board. Highlights of discussions are summarised as follows: As institutional priorities continue to be focussed on dealing with the COVID pandemic, there […]

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Season’s Greetings and Christmas Closure

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from the Library Hub team! Library Hub Support will be taking a break from 24th December until 4th January. The Library Hub services – Discover, Compare and Cataloguing – will be available over Christmas and New Year. Any queries sent over this period will be dealt with when […]

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Library Hub Compare: join our webinar for a refresher on what’s new and to help set future priorities

Since the launch of Library Hub Compare in July 2019 we have introduced various interface improvements in response to feedback from users.  We will be running a webinar on Wednesday 18th November from 2 – 2.45pm covering the following: An overview of interface changes since last year’s launch, incorporating a basic demo for those new […]

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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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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 […]