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Big Bang

Anne Welsh27 April 2011

This month’s Library + Information Update includes an article by Katie Birkwood (MA LIS 2008) about the Hoyle Project at St John’s College, Cambridge :

Katie Birkwood. ‘Big Bang.’ Library + Information Update, April 2011: 40-42.

CILIP members can access the journal online. It is available in hardcopy in UCL Science Library.

Katie blogs about her activities on Girl in the Moon.

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Library School Week in the Life

Anne Welsh21 February 2011

Cutting from pinboardA typical week on the MA in Library & Information Studies is described by current student Helen Doyle in this month’s CILIP Update including classes in Personal Computing and Information Technology, Cataloguing & Classification, Collection Management & Preservation and optional module Historical Bibliography.

Legal Information profession in the recession

Anne Welsh16 April 2010

 

This month’s Library & Information Update includes a feature article by MA LIS graduates, Chris Cooper and Anne Coles:

‘One year on: the legal information profession in the recession.’ Library & Information Update, April 2010: 40-41.

This article follows up Chris’s essay “In the 2009 Recession the Value of Legal Information and Legal Information Professionals will Increase rather than Decrease”, which won the BIALL Dissertation Award 2009.

CILIP members can access Update online. It is available in hardcopy in UCL Science Library.

 

(A version of this item was originally posted to the UCL DIS News & Events page by D.J. Clarke)

Image: Library & Information Update

 

 

Librarians on Bikes

Anne Welsh28 September 2009

On 23 May, MA LIS students Tom Gallaher, Natalia Madjarevic, Ruairi Martin, Anna Semmens, Ben Veasey and Sarah Wheeler and  cycled from London to Amsterdam to raise £2,769 for the Motor Neurone Disease Association.

Their fundraising is featured in this month’s Library & Information Update.

 

(This item was originally posted to the UCL DIS News & Events page by D.J. Clarke)

Image: CILIP Update