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Weathering the perfect storm: Librarians as partners in teaching, learning and scholarship

For National Library Week Anne Goulding, editor of the Journal of Librarianship and Information Science, speaks here about the key influences which are transforming the library: from technology, and data management, to user experience, and developing student success. Goulding ultimately … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: American libraries in 2016

Creating their future by connecting, collaborating and building community From IFLA Journal This article presents an overview of the American library landscape and explains the trends and challenges American libraries are facing.  The United States has a vibrant and diverse … Continue reading

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On SAGE Insight: American libraries in 2016: Creating their future by connecting, collaborating and building community

From International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) This article presents an overview of the American library landscape and explains the trends and challenges. The United States has a vibrant and diverse library community that provide access to information … Continue reading

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What role will academic libraries play in an open access future?

Open access is becoming more important as a way of communicating research findings, particularly driven by strong policy moves in Europe and to some extent in North America. In April, we convened a roundtable in association with the British Library … Continue reading

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Academic libraries and publishers: Working together in support of the creation and dissemination of new research knowledge and innovation

Last month, we were delighted to host an event for our founder, Sara Miller McCune, to honour the academic library community. We had invited librarians, academics and senior university representatives from the UK and beyond to join us in celebrating … Continue reading

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How a Librarian Saved My College Career

By Camille Gamboa, SAGE US PR & Conventions Assistant When I was an undergraduate student at a small liberal arts university in Southern California, I had my first experience of a librarian saving my life—and it wouldn’t be the last. … Continue reading

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Creating Wonderland – SAGE and the Provision of Accessible Content

What can and should publishers be offering in terms of accessible content? Watch a presentation from our Digital Sales Manager, Huw Alexander, talking about SAGE’s approach to accessibility. [youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JgrZb2HDN1k]

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Getting feedback from the library community: the 2011 London Library Advisory Board meeting

A guest post from UK Group Library Marketing Manager, Mark O’Loughlin In September SAGE held another stimulating Library Advisory Board Meeting at The British Library. Six librarians attended from the UK and two travelled from Sweden to attend the Meeting. … Continue reading

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SAGE journals’ mobile strategies

As the fall sessions begin across colleges and universities around the world, we can witness new trends in the use of mobile devices in higher education instruction and research. If you’ve spent any time on campuses in the last few … Continue reading

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The Question of Discoverability – More than SEO?

Discoverability is one of the new buzzwords of our industry. Typically, most folks are referring to Search Engine Optimization (SEO) and other technical methods for ensuring online content is readily findable by the readers that need it. Publishers, authors, editors, … Continue reading

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Publishers and Librarians working together – ALPSP International Conference travel grant

This week we have announced a new travel grant, offering a free place to a librarian to attend the 2011 Association of Learned and Professional Society Publishers (ALPSP) International conference. The annual event takes place from 14-16th September at Heythrop … Continue reading

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UKSG 2010

The United Kingdom Serials Group conference took place in Edinburgh last week. Judging by the #UKSG tag on Twitter it was another interesting event. There are summaries of several presentations on the UKSG blog.

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