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Rutgers University Summer School Visit

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In June, the Information School welcomed visitors from the Rutgers University summer school for library and information management. The summer school involves masters students from Rutgers and other partner universities,…

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‘Open Access in Theory and Practice’ project awarded £182,087 funding from AHRC

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Professor of Information Services Management, Stephen Pinfield, along with his Co-Investigator, Professor David Bawden (of City University London), have been awarded £182,097 by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC)…

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“Mapping the academic library of the future” – Academic Librarians invited to participate in survey

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Academic librarians are being invited to participate in the survey “Mapping the academic library of the future”. https://survey.shef.ac.uk/limesurvey/index.php?sid=39554 The survey forms part of a research project commissioned by the SCONUL…

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Information School staff awarded Faculty Learning & Teaching Award for Library & Information Services Management programme

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Professor Stephen Pinfield, Dr Briony Birdi, Dr Sheila Webber, Pam McKinney, Peter Holdridge and Paula Goodale have been awarded a Teaching Excellence in Social Sciences Award for Outstanding Practice in…

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Stephen Pinfield & Simon Wakeling present at SSP conference

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This Friday, Professor Stephen Pinfield and Research Associate Dr Simon Wakeling will be presenting at the 39th annual Society for Scholarly Publishing Conference in Boston. The SSP is a major…

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