Tag Archives: user education

What did Voyager do for us?

In January librarians across Cambridge will be using a different Library Management System. Voyager has been a (generally!) faithful servant for the last 15 years, and it’s time to move on to a new system that’s better able to cope … Continue reading

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Coming to a library near you…

So, you’ve been away for the summer, you come back to university, and what do you find? Your friendly catalogue of choice, LibrarySearch, has vanished and there’s a brand new catalogue iDiscover instead. iDiscover has been introduced across the UL, … Continue reading

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Finding the right notes

It’s getting to that time of year again when we start to plan the user education sessions for the new intake of music undergraduates. As always, the trick is not to re-invent the wheel, but to look at what others … Continue reading

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How to find journal articles… and anything else really

It’s that time of year again where many librarians are frantically preparing for the start of the new academic year. Every year I find myself updating and revamping what is partly the same information; style and format changes, interfaces are … Continue reading

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