Supporting Researchers: eBooks Today and the Digital Promises of Tomorrow

The latest issue of ALISS Quarterly has just been published:Special issue: Supporting Researchers: eBooks Today and the Digital Promises of TomorrowArticles have now been sent to subscribers who can also access the e-version via the website (contact for a log in). Non subscribers can purchase a single issue for £14.00 or for £15 (student) and £20 (individuals) £25 institutions you can become a member. This includes all issues, access to events like our summer conference on social Media and research support

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Research Needs

Ellen Collins, Research Officer, Research Information Network


Joanna Tate, Assistant Librarian for Politics and Economics

Patron Driven Acquisition of eBooks

King’s College London eBook Library pilot

Nick Woolley, Information Resources Manager, Library Services, King’s College London

Support for Researchers

Samantha Aston and Steve McIndoe

John Rylands University Library, the University of Manchester

Engaging with International Open Access Week at the University of Sussex

Helen Webb, Research Liaison Supervisor, University of Sussex

Targeted Provision: Supporting Researchers at the University of Huddersfield

Kate McGuinn, Subject Librarian and Sarah Munks, Subject Librarian, University of



Heather Dawson

ALISS Secretary

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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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