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about 10 hours ago

We are offering a fixed-term (1 year) Library Assistant position for a graduate to gain experience while applying for admission to a postgraduate course in library and information management. via Pocket

about 10 hours ago

#UKSG15 interesting slide from Anna Clements - initiatives the library has had to embrace in recent years via Pocket

about 11 hours ago

Suzanne, Eva, Lenart and Lucy gave us an overview of the novel approach SAGE and the Library are working to get a better understanding of how students develop their research skills and where and how they research. via Pocket

Mar 29, 15

So farewell, then British Library newspaper archive Colindale. Demolished to make way for 'Edition' apartment block via Pocket

Mar 29, 15

Post 4 about the UXLibs Conference. This one is about the actual ethnography we went there to learn about. If you're interested, there's a post about the conference organisation and format here, plus a post about the Usability keynote here, and a po…

Mar 28, 15

By now, we’ve all heard about the low numbers of American women in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Some argue it’s a pipeline issue – that if we can interest more young girls in STEM subjects, the issue will resolve itself over ti…

Mar 28, 15

The resume gap: Are different gender styles contributing to tech’s dismal diversity? A couple of months back, one of my friends asked for feedback on her resume. It was a beautifully presented document. She has strong experience in building software…

Mar 28, 15

My first post on UXLibs was bits taken from my conference notes. This is what shook out when I reread all my notes and reflected a bit. via Pocket

Mar 27, 15

I am messing around with cognitive mapping instruments, stolen with Andrew Asher's blessing from the ERIAL toolkit (I know, I know, I don't need anyone's blessing because hey, that's what toolkits are for! Especially those posted on the web). via Po…

Mar 27, 15

Copyright is everywhere, and everyone is creating copyright all the time. When you draw a sketch or write a paragraph or take a photo, you are creating a copyright work. You create copyright when your idea has a physical expression. via Pocket

Mar 27, 15

Check our quick links to official guides, commentary by firms and all the major submissions and reactions from trade groups. Our resources can help you research new markets, develop export strategies and manage long-distance business relationships. …

Mar 26, 15

Juse to be clear, the opening picture is not intended to represent the human brain. Now in my wildest dreams I would now have believed it ossible for anyone to assert it did, but that nightmare was realised today. via Pocket

Mar 25, 15

Throw an intellectual heavy weight like Dave Snowden into that mix, and he'll happily challenge some of the audience's dearly held beliefs. "The intranet is going to die. We're moving to fully distributed systems. The sooner you start shifting the b…

Mar 23, 15

“Every day I cry,” says an activist on a stall in Stratford, east London, that is shared by housing campaign Focus E15 and the Revolutionary Communist Group. via Pocket

Mar 23, 15

My second and third posts about the User Experience in Libraries conference are about the Keynote speeches. (Email subscribers, there's a load of embedded content in this one - here's the link if you want to read it online.) There were three, and th…

Mar 23, 15

Last week I gave the closing keynote at UX Lib: User Experience in Libraries Conference in Cambridge, UK, on creating meaningful experiences and services for library users. I recorded my session in case you want to watch it (I’m working on a transcr…

Mar 23, 15

Creamy Avocado and Spinach Pasta – a creamy sauce made with avocados, spinach, basil and pecans. A super healthy and delicious pasta dish, eat without guilt. Avocados seem to be my latest passion. I buy them by the dozen and then put them in everyth…

Mar 22, 15

Playventive makes available the worlds best card decks to help collaborate, educate and play. Our cards are not regular playing cards, but are tactile tools specially designed to help solve real problems in your life. via Pocket

Mar 22, 15

Following on from the last post about publication lag times at cell biology journals, I went ahead and crunched the numbers for all journals in PubMed for one year (2013). Before we dive into the numbers, a couple of points about this kind of inform…

Mar 20, 15

It’s easy to miss Baia de Cascais. The red tarpaulin frontage doesn’t catch the eye, and if you don’t know it’s there then you might walk past it on the way to one of the other restaurants in this part of Bedford without even realising. via Pocket

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