RLUK Bulletin2018-08-20T17:45:18+00:00

RLUK Bulletin

  • Chris Grygiel (Leeds) on his RLUK/TNA Professional Fellowship journey

    Chris Grygiel, Digital Archivist, Leeds University Libraries Chris Grygiel reports on his one-year journey as one of the 2018-2019 RLUK/ TNA Professional Fellows: As digital archivist in Special Collections at Leeds University Libraries, I saw the advert for the Professional Fellowships scheme [...]

  • Research libraries and digital humanities: on shared interests and values

    This summer, I had the pleasure of attending two international conferences, the 48th LIBER Annual Conference (LIBER2019) and the Digital Humanities Conference 2019 (DH2019), which both constitute highly-valued annual meeting places for their respective communities. The former took place at Trinity College Dublin Ireland [...]

  • The 2015 Report to HEFCE on monographs and open access: reflections four years on

    Towards the end of May, Goldsmiths, University of London, hosted a conference on open access monographs - Critical Issues in Open Access and Scholarly Communications. One of the scene-setting presentations was given by Professor Geoffrey Crossick, Distinguished Professor of the Humanities, School of Advanced Study, [...]

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