Conference 2017: Sessions

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Parallel Session (1)

  • You Only Get What You Give: a new radical approach to promoting trust at University of Worcester Library Services
    Madalene George, Allie Taylor and Victoria Collins (Worcester)
  • Excited? Terrified? Bored? How do researchers feel about Open Scholarship?
    Grant Denkinson (Leicester)
    The Shifting Sands of Open Access – gaining trust and influence?
    Dawn Hibbert (Northampton)
  • Beyond Building Trust – Co-design and Co-delivery
    Mark Toole (NTU)
  • Do They Trust Us, Do We Trust Them? Key considerations for developing and maintaining trust in the academic writing support service at Lincoln
    Cheryl Cliffe & Daren Mansfield (Lincoln) 

Parallel Sessions (2)

Parallel Sessions (3)

  • Building Trust and Engagement with Students Through Activities Which Link Specific Library Enquiries to Communications and Publicity
    Lydia Matheson, Joe Carey, Dave Palmer (Aston University)
  • Placing the Library at the Centre of Institutional Trust
    Kaye Towlson (DMU)
  • Re-envisioning Academic Services at the University of Northampton for the 21st century: New roles, new structures and new purpose
    Georgina Dimmock & Fiona Watkins (Northampton)

Parallel Sessions (4)

  • Understanding and Responding to Student Reading Strategy Behaviours, Practices and Needs
    Louise Savage (Nottingham)
  • In Data We Trust? The rewards and dangers of using data to drive collection development decisions
    Mandy Harper and Tamasine Ashcroft (Birmingham University)
  • From Aspiring to Practicing W.I.S.E Interactions
    Anna Pelekanou and Sally Barratt (Nottingham) 

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