Library+Information Update 5(6)

Library+Informa​tion Update
No.5 Vol.6 (June 2006)


Public: reconnecting with 14-35s – new report.

Open access: Research Councils UK accused of ‘dithering’.

Carnegie & Greenaway Medals: shortlists revealed.

People’s Network: e-consultation success.

Big Lottery Fund: community engagement is the new must-have.

Library + information Show: seminar highlights.

Schools: SLA winners awarded.

Copyright: responses to the Gowers Review of Intellectual Property.

Reference Online: libraries flock to get huge discounts.

Families & children: ‘Love Libraries’ leads campaign.

Crime-writers’ award: Dagger success moves to children.

CILIP e-content showcase: highlighting leading providers set to appear at CILIP’s June showcase event.

Reference Awards: this year’s winners.

CILIP Executive Briefing: seven-strong panel set to

discuss the challenges of e-copyright at June event.


Enhancing the student experience: Liz Jolly on developing services together with users.

Anti-money laundering: evaluating electronic sources: Fiona Hayes.

Framework: the next stage: Tom Holman previews MLA’s new Framework action plan, 2006-08.

Finding a role in the profession: how James O’Brien is launching himself into law.

Web 2.0: a new generation of services.

Part 2 of Phil Bradley’s series on Web 2.0 applications.

What has NOF-digitise taught us? J. Carpenter.

Children queue up for Bexley’s bus. Juliet Oliver on the success of a mobile for primary schools.