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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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The Library of the Energy Institute

The Energy Institute (EI) is a not-for-profit chartered professional membership body bringing together expertise to tackle urgent global energy challenges. The EI’s ambition is that energy, and its critical role in the world, is better understood, managed and valued. The EI’s work benefits both energy professionals and the wider society. Today, the field of energy […]

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Library Hub Discover: highlighting Specialist Libraries and Historic Collections

This blog post forms part of History Day 2020, a day of online interactive events for students, researchers and history enthusiasts to explore library, museum, archive and history collections across the UK and beyond. Jisc Library Hub Discover, a free service, exposes rare and unique research material by bringing together the catalogues of over 165 […]

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Making OA Monographs Discoverable – Response to the COPIM Report

Given that it was Open Access Week last week, I’m a little late to the party. But what I did do last week, was participate in a panel organised by EBSCO that explored Open Reliable Access to Trustworthy OA Resources. Some of the points made in that panel on OA monograph discovery will resurface in […]