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Digital landscape

24th September 2020
Enhanced KBART features new to Taylor & Francis Online
A new feature on Taylor and Francis Online makes it possible to provide KBART files by institutional license and entitlement. What is KBART? KBART (Knowledge Bases and Related Tools) files are a NISO standard for creation, delivery and ingestion of publisher holdings and/or library entitlements ...
27th November 2019
Data repository selection: criteria that matter
Matt Cannon & Nick Everitt Head of Open Research, Taylor & Francis and Head of Digital Production, Taylor & Francis
1st August 2018
A Summary of Charleston’s Digital Age of Reading Webinar
Chelsea Kaiser Associate Marketing Manager - Taylor & Francis, Library (Books)
If you missed out on the valuable information presented during Charleston’s Digital Age of Reading webinar in March, you are in luck!  Taylor & Francis attended the webinar and we are pleased to provide you a summary of the session, highlighting the most important arguments, questions and ans...
27th February 2018
10 skills librarians need for the future
Laura Montgomery Communications Manager, Taylor & Francis
To keep up with the pace of change in the academic library, the traditional skillset of the librarian is expanding. In her article, "Identifying and exploring future trends impacting on academic libraries" published in New Review of Academic Librarianship, Roisin Gwyer used journal content analysis,...
26th February 2018
What makes a successful informal learning space?
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 learning and accessing information - often all that is required is a...
18th December 2017
Librarians and Fake News: “Trust me, I’m a Librarian!”
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 such tactics as clickbait, ho...
13th December 2017
The story behind the pictures: Oxford Brookes University’s Headington Library
Rachel Bergan Communications Coordinator, 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 showcase how libraries are transforming their spaces and services t...
23rd August 2017
A practical guide to using social media in the library
Content & Communications Team Taylor & Francis
Over 70% of librarians feel social media is important, and 30% post to social media at least once a day. As a part of our research for Taylor & Francis’ Social Media in the Library White Paper, we held a twitter party inviting librarians to tell us the one piece of advice they would offer a...
16th January 2017
How the digital era has changed the library at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi
Content & Communications Team Taylor & Francis
The role of libraries and librarians has undergone major changes in the digital era. In this short film for our Library Voices series on the impact of digital change, Dr. Ramesh C. Gaur, University Librarian at Jawaharlal Nehru University in New Delhi gives us an insight into the effects this digit...

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