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Surviving in hard times by innovation! Slides from the ALISS Xmas event highlight new social science innovation

December 16, 2010 947

Developing the Business and Management Studies Portal (MBS)
Sally Halper from the British Library discussed and demonstrated this innovative new free resource, which showcases the collections and provides remote access to full text research reports, a blog, commissioned articles and a personalised alerting service. To see it for yourself go to http://www.mbsportal.bl.uk/

Libguides and Libanswers: the Middlesex University experience of using Web 2.0

Lesley Curtis-Brown, Senior Liaison Librarian for Criminology, Sociology, Social Policy and Housing Sheppard Library Middlesex University discussed the development of the Library’s subject guides.

for more information on ALISS and the event se our new website

ALISS is a not-for-profit unincorporated professional society. It is an independent group which was formed in April 2005 by the former committee of (Aslib Social Science Information Group and Network) The aim of the group is to; Provide opportunities for networking and self-development offer a forum for communication create a network of cooperation and a forum for discussion about emerging issues in social science librarianship.

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