Presentation PDFs

This page offers links to PDF versions of all our conference presentations. Click an image or PDF link to download the presentation, or use the ‘Read more’ link for further details, including abstracts, acknowledgements and researcher profiles.

Underpinning it all: the role of research in LLS
– Chris Powis
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The iconography of the Library or “We always come here”
– Chris Powis, Kate Littlemore, Georgina Dimmock and Katie Fraser
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The student experience of patron-driven ebooks
– Joanne Farmer and Charlotte Heppell
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Scaffolding librarians: enhancing student success
– Hannah Rose and Heather McBryde-Wilding
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Reading lists – time for a reality check?
– Hannah Rose and Gillian Siddall
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Digital footprints in the transition out from university
– Rob Howe and Penelope Stanton
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Pilot of online maths tutorials: you can lead a horse to water…
– Paul Rice
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Supply and demand – researching mobile services for the University
– Julie Usher
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Research data management: life beyond the laptop
– Miggie Pickton
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4 thoughts on “Presentation PDFs

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  3. Looks like the presentations were as interesting as the posters, again I’m really glad to be able to view these here, and I’m sure it’s a useful resource for those who attended to be able to return to for a refresher 🙂

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