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The story behind the pictures: Gladstone Library, North Wales

Ruby Glasspool Communications Manager, Taylor & Francis

With the way knowledge is acquired and produced ever changing, and the role of the librarian evolving, libraries are under increasing pressure to rethink their use of space on campus. In this series of images and blog posts, we will...

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Open access in the UK: insights and Solutions for Librarians

Caroline Blake Marketing Manager

The transition towards open access and open scholarship creates challenges for librarians, authors and publishers. Our recent webinar explored the move towards open scholarship and how Taylor & Francis is working with the librarian community to develop solutions to support...

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What makes a successful informal learning space?

A study carried out by Sheffield Hallam University

Rachel Bergan Communications Coordinator, Taylor & Francis

Academic libraries across the world are going through a number of significant shifts to meet the requirements of its modern day users, one being the design of the physical space itself. The digital era brings with it new ways of...

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Librarians and Fake News: “Trust me, I’m a Librarian!”

From the perspective of academic librarians David White (University of the Arts) and Donald Barclay (University of California)

Rachel Bergan Communications Coordinator, Taylor & Francis

‘Fake news’ was the word of 2017, defined by the Collins dictionary as “false, often sensational, information disseminated under the guise of news reporting.” In an era where information is now so accessible, with information platforms competing for hits through...

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