No.5 Vol.5 (May 2006)
Public: ‘Love Libraries’ spearheads transformations.
Research: spotlight on role of research in LIS work.
MLA: partnership pioneers a new role.
Local authorities: 310 libraries closed by nine-union strike.
Interlending: Will UnityUK bring inter-library loan harmony?
Britannica/Wikipedia: accuracy row hots up.
N. Ireland: Hain announces new regional library authority. Digital rights management: BL to take DRM role?
E-books: new readers bring LIS headaches.
Book awards: Impac Dublin shortlist announced.
Schools: Ofsted report stresses the key role of librarians. Chatroom: libel payout first.
Cultural policy: Demos report on crisis of legitimacy.
KM: technology guru Chris Yapp looks at IT future.
Accessibility: BSI guidance on disabled-friendly websites.
CILIP Council: full report, new President and more.
Access to health: an NHS/public libraries
partnership: Roshanara Nair.
Studio 12 inspires the socially-excluded:
Stevenson, Heyworth and Wolton on a Leeds youth project.
Reading Together: working with inmate fathers: Wendy Bond on a reading scheme at Lincoln Prison.
Web 2.0: a new generation of services: Phil
Bradley tells you everything you need to know – Part 1 of 2.
Uefa: in a league of its own: Alex Phillips et al on a
new documentation centre at Uefa’s HQ.
Visibility: the key tool of marketing: L. Robinson.
Developing a marketing mindset: Debbi Boden and Liz Davies report from Imperial College.
Redesigning study spaces: noise-level zoning: enabling social learning, with Dilys Young and Helen Finlay.