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Claire Sewell
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All the Acronyms: LILAC, ICEPOPS and IFTTT
The last few weeks have been busy for me conference wise. Perhaps the biggest event I have attended was LILAC 2018 and its satellite event ICEPOPS .  For those who don't know, LILAC is one of the larger conferences in the library calendar with a special foc...
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Inclusivity, Technology and Assessment : CCTL Teaching forum 2018
For the last few years a highlight of the spring at Cambridge has been the Cambridge Centre for Teaching and Learning Forum. It provides a chance for all those with teaching responsibilities (at any level) to learn about best practice, new techniques and ho...
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The Unexpected Side of Working in Research Support - CILIP Careers Day
Last week I traveled what is starting to become a familiar route down to London to speak at the CILIP Careers Day. This annual one day event started in 2017 as a way to reach out to those who have been working in the information profession for a while and w...
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Skills in Scholarly Communication – Needs & Development
This post is reblogged from  Unlocking Research , the blog of the Office of Scholarly Communication, Cambridge. This blog post is part of the write-up of an investigation into the background of people working in scholarly communication, with a specific focu...
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Cool Cartoons
One of my biggest achievements of 2017 was having my first peer reviewed article published in the New Review of Academic Librarianship . It was an intense experience and I learnt a lot - not least to cut our research community a bit of slack. I was only wri...
Cool Cartoons
Cool Cartoons
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Dealing with the Green-Eyed Monster
This is one of those posts that I probably shouldn't write but it's been niggling me for a while and perhaps the only way to make it go away is to write it. It's not intended to get sympathy or beg for reassuring comments, more just something I need to put ...
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Developing the Staff of the Future: Training Librarians in 2017
This post is reblogged from  Unlocking Research , the blog of the Office of Scholarly Communication, Cambridge. 2017 was an exciting year for
training our library community. As well as continuing to cover the basics of
research support, the OSC was able to ...
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Biting the Bullet
Being someone who loves all things stationery I've come across bullet journals before. I always thought they sounded like a good idea but never really got round to coming up with one of my own. Recent changes in my personal circumstances mean that I need to...
Biting the Bullet
Biting the Bullet
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Moving into Research Support: What Librarians Really Need to Know
I've been doing a lot of work in the past year or so on educating the library community beyond Cambridge about scholarly communication and research support from blog posts and surveys to speaking at events. In 2018 I'm aiming to formalize this by offering a...
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Librarians as Researchers: Methods, Lessons and Trends
  Yesterday I travelled down to Canterbury to speak at a CILIP in Kent event Themes and Trends in Library and Information Research . It was a really enjoyable day and I learnt a lot about current research trends from my fellow speakers. For anyone intereste...
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