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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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Cathedral Libraries Catalogue and more University Libraries added to Discover

We’re pleased to announce that the holdings of the Cathedral Libraries Catalogue, Birmingham City University and the University of the Arts London have been added to the Discover service. Cathedral Libraries Catalogue (pre-1701 European books) The Cathedral Libraries database is not a current catalogue of the cathedral holdings. It represents an electronic version of the […]

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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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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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Library Hub governance: CMCAB becomes LHCAB

Since the launch of three Library Hub services back in July 2019, we have been examining the governance structure required as we continue to deliver and develop services built on the National Bibliographic Knowledgebase. From April 2020, the Collection Management Community Advisory Board will take on a broader role, representing the community in advising Jisc […]