The staff at Birmingham Newman University Library were thrilled to be shortlisted for ‘Outstanding Library Team’ in the 2023 THE Awards. We spoke to Chantelle Wilcox, their Library Digital Services Officer, about what it’s like to be part of a small team that’s making a big difference. How and when did you decide to become
What do an architect and a librarian have in common? For Andrew Knight, Acquisitions and Content Services Manager at Imperial College London, it’s the ability to think creatively. We spoke to Andrew about his career change, the future of academic libraries, and his passion for music. How and when did you decide to become a
What’s it like to support students around the world who study online and never visit the university library in person? We spoke to Sarah Ison, Online Distance Learning Librarian, from the University of Sussex to find out! How and when did you decide to become a librarian? It wasn’t until I was doing my geography
Anne Worden from the University of Portsmouth was the lucky winner of cupcakes for her library team in our summer webinar. We caught up with Anne to find out more about her library career, and we got some excellent recommendations for European crime dramas along the way! How and when did you become a librarian?
We spoke to Mike Jones from Solent University about the synergies between AI literacy and information literacy in higher education. Read on to find out how AI tools could empower librarians to position themselves as centrally important in the future university. First, can you tell me more about your current role? I’m one of a
October 3rd – October 10th marks Libraries Week in the UK, which is an annual celebration of the best that libraries have to offer. Each year, a different theme is explored to highlight the fantastic work that libraries do support their users and the wider community. The theme this year is Never Stop Learning, highlighting