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archives and special collections Digital archival collections e-content

What do digital archival collections for teaching look like?

At a digital archival collections advisory (DAC) group meeting earlier this month, we discussed the increasing need for higher education libraries to purchase DACs which are more relevant to teaching, especially as most teaching has now moved online. Academics on some arts and humanities courses are increasingly using primary source archives to teach, often with […]

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Digital archival collections Publisher relations Uncategorized

Our new guide: purchasing digital archives; guidelines for librarians when negotiating with publishers

This post is part of an ongoing series about digital archival collections (DACs) and launches our new guide: purchasing digital archives; guidelines for librarians when negotiating with publishers, which provides guidance on the purchasing of these collections for librarians needing to negotiate licences with publishers. Previously our research has shown that these collections provide valuable […]

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archives and special collections Digital archival collections

Research Libraries UK, The National Archives and Jisc citation capture survey – deadline extended

The deadline for the citation survey has been extended to midnight, April 27th 2018 Research Libraries UK, in partnership with The National Archives and Jisc have recently commissioned TheResearchBase to undertake a commissioned study into the citation of archive and special collection holding repositories within academic publications (“Citation Capture”) As a part of this important […]

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archives and special collections Digital archival collections

Invitation to complete survey: Citation capture – Enhancing understanding of the use of archives and special collections within academic research and the research outputs produced as a result

Research Libraries UK, in partnership with The National Archives and Jisc, have recently commissioned TheResearchBase to undertake a commissioned study into the citation of archive and special collection holding repositories within academic publications (“Citation Capture”). As a part of this important research, a survey is being undertaken of archivists, librarians, publishers, and academics regarding how […]

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Digital archival collections Publicity and promotion

How publishers market resources – State Papers Online

The publishers Cengage have just release a new digital resource, State Papers Online, 1509-1714, drawn from various archival sources related to the government of Britain in the early modern periods. What’s interesting is to see how they have marketed the resources via additional information on the resource homepage – http://gale.cengage.co.uk/statepapers/ Included are 10 essays from […]