Covid-19 and the Future of the Digital Shift amongst Research Libraries: An RLUK Perspective in ContextMelanie Cheung2023-07-09T13:52:31+01:00
Covid-19 and the Future of the Digital Shift amongst Research Libraries: An RLUK Perspective in Context – New Review of Academic Librarianship
Date: September 2021
Authors: Guy Baxter, Lorraine Beard, Gavin Beattie, Michelle Blake, Matt Greenhall, Kirsty Lingstadt, William J. Nixon, and Torsten Reimer.
This article explores how the Covid-19 pandemic has witnessed the digital shift in action. Combining the reflections of individual academic and research libraries, and using RLUK’s previous research into the impact of Covid-19 as a foundation, this article reflects on how realistic and future looking the manifesto was. It explores the collective experiences of libraries regarding the digital shift, considers progress made in the implementation of the manifesto against this rapidly changing backdrop, and provides a series of reflections for the future.