This session focused on library purchasing during a time of economic recession. The speakers came from various stakeholder backgrounds – librarians, publishers, and users (researchers). Issues raised included how to deal with budget cuts, the rise of e-journals and what is preventing all readers from using them, the relationship between research and production, and the […]
Catherine’s presentation was designed to outline the JISC vision for a national content collection, reflect on the last ten years of the JISC Content work, talk about the achievements of the JISC mass Digitisation Programmes, and discuss the many challenges ahead. Watch the speaker on video.
Connect to Cotswold Water Park Wifi signal, When the home page loads click on the internet access. This will open the internet page. In the bottom Right hand side corner a log on prompt will appear. Please click on the drop down bar to show Lounge Internet – Password : lounge. This will connect you […]
The event is full but you can still view and interact with the event. It was always our intention to amplify the event so that as many people could access the event and to a degree interact with the event via twitter and blog posts (tag#jdcc09) . We will be live streaming from http://www.jisc.ac.uk/jdcc09 at […]
Registration is now open for the JISC Digital Content Conference, to be held on 30 June – 1 July at the Cotswold Water Park Four Pillars Hotel, South Cerney, Gloucestershire. The conference, as previously announced on this blog, has been organised in the the context of the completion of Phase 2 of the JISC Digitisation […]
The JISC Digital Content Conference will take place on 30th June – 1st July 2009 at the Cotswold Water Park Four Pillars Hotel. Issues In the context of the completion of Phase 2 of the JISC’s Digitisation Programme the conference will look at the issues facing the UK’s universities as they deal with creating, delivering, […]