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Understanding library users

17th November 2020
Academics & Librarians – Working together to support students and researchers
Supporting students and researchers is a key goal for both academic faculty members and librarians. There are many ways that faculty members and librarians work together to achieve that goal. This ThingLink explains the benefit of collaboration alongside some key resources you may find interesting. ...
28th September 2020
Charleston Library Conference 2020
Taylor & Francis is pleased to announce our virtual attendance at the 2020 Charleston Library Conference. The conference will be entirely online this year, with a mix of presentations including live and pre-recorded sessions. Both options will feature live Q&A for attendees. Taylor & ...
6th May 2020
3 Ways to Successfully Connect with Students 
Leah Chaise Associate Marketing Manager- Taylor & Francis, Library (Books)
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...
1st August 2018
Student Engagement: An Experiment
Chelsea Kaiser Associate Marketing Manager - Taylor & Francis, Library (Books)
During the first half of this year, Taylor & Francis visited three different institutions to speak directly with students about the resources available to them through their libraries.  Our goal was to generate awareness of the T&F resources students have access to, and ultimately drive usa...
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...
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
Collaborative study: The postgraduate research student’s user experience in the library at Loughborough University
Laura Montgomery Communications Manager
In 2015/16 Taylor and Francis and Loughborough University worked together to explore the library user experience (UX) of a specific segment of library customers – the Postgraduate Research Student (PGR). We wanted to identify opportunities for libraries and publishers to improve the services an...
23rd August 2017
8 good questions raised by our collaborative study of the postgraduate student library & UX
Laura Montgomery Communications Manager, Taylor & Francis
In 2015-2016 Taylor & Francis and Loughborough University worked collaboratively to explore both how Postgraduate Research students (PGR) approached information seeking. It was always clear that the study could only provide insight to the Loughborough University context and would not necessaril...
23rd April 2017
Understanding postgraduate library users – Q&A with Gareth Cole & Helen Young at University of Loughborough Library
Content & Communications Team Taylor & Francis
In 2015-2016 Taylor & Francis and Loughborough University worked collaboratively to explore the Postgraduate Research (PGR) Library UX. We asked project steering group members and student mentors Gareth Cole and Helen Young about their involvement in this Library UX research project, and to s...

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