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Robin Best 5 Nov 16
People should get all their definitions from the cookie monster
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Emily Wheeler 5 Nov 16
I am SO TIRED but I've had a brilliant day at and am so proud we've managed to put on a great event for the 2nd time 😊
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Reham 5 Nov 16
Interesting dissertation topics so far, looking forward to know what next.
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Claire Sewell 5 Nov 16
Great day at . Sorry not to make the pub trip afterwards but I got lost so just headed for the station
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KLKelsey 5 Nov 16
The sooner we realise that public libs are about more than just books the better.RFID machine can't teach you info lit. Great talk
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Megan Dyson 5 Nov 16
In the big smoke for ! Sitting with massive mug of coffee going over my presentation, may be slightly over caffeinated after this!
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Lis Dis 7 Dec 16
LISDIS 2016 Presentations now available on Slideshare
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Amy 9 Nov 16
Some thoughts and reflections on the conference and first time I've blogged in forever
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Lis Dis 7 Nov 16
The lovely people at were responsible for providing us with the delicious lunchtime sandwiches, thank you!
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Louise Wallace 5 Nov 16
Had such a fun & useful day at today! Thank you to all the speakers & organisers
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Siobhan Morris 5 Nov 16
Great day thanks to all the speakers and organisers!
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Claire Wooldridge 5 Nov 16
Really interesting & useful day, picked up lots of tips to help me make the most of my dissertation. Thanks !
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Alison Pope 5 Nov 16
Super day at showcasing the variety of research and practice in our discipline. Thanks to all the organisers and presenters 👏🏻😁
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Alison Pope 5 Nov 16
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Emily Wheeler 5 Nov 16
All our brilliant presenters!
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Jane Morgan-Daniel 5 Nov 16
asks do we need activist librarianship? Yes, because Librarians and libraries empower people
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Emma Coonan 5 Nov 16
Hey , Collini's book on marketisation of HE is a really good (and accessible) read
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Diana Hackett 5 Nov 16
Really interesting project with strong theoretical and reflective analysis from
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Emma Coonan 5 Nov 16
So hoping @katherinebquinn is writing a book (and maybe some papers) about neoliberalism, HE and libraries
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Jane Morgan-Daniel 5 Nov 16
"It's easier to reduce services if they are only assigned a narrow role". Communication and advocacy are essential.
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