No.5 Vol.4 (April, 2006)
Digital preservation: Doomsday looms.
Public: Libraries Minister power breakfast.
LIS roles: research project.
Chartership: tribunal victory for CILIP member. Government: survey reveals satisfaction levels.
Public: cuts latest.
Stock: a national book procurement agency?
Research: the library role in supporting informal learning. Health: GPs scheme spreads.
Public: culture must change.
Sixth-form colleges: survey reveals libraries renaissance.
Tables of content: RSS solution.
VIPs: Argos funds study.
Library & Information Show: don’t miss it.
Public Library Service Standards: top scorers.
Scotland: call to keep broadband access free.
Schools library services: S. Tyneside SLS to close.
Preservation: the future of collections: A. Walker.
Preservation milestone: how Ratcliffe set the agenda: John Feather.
Institutional archives: where are we now? Tom Wilson.
Are you stuck in first-generation mode? Chris Collison on three levels of knowledge management.
Proving your worth as a Clinical Librarian: Bill Collinge on how to gather evide
nce of the benefits of the role.
Mystery shopping: improving enquiry techniques: Simon Beards.
Mystery shopping: improving services in Liverpool Libraries: Linda Ashcroft.
Foundation degrees: tackling the issues: J. Warner.