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Planning scholarly communication training in the UK

In June 2017 a group of people (see end for attendees) met in London to discuss the issues around scholarly communication training delivery in the UK. Representatives from RLUK, UKSG, SCONUL, UKCoRR, Vitae, Jisc and some universities had a workshop to nut through the problem. Possibly...

Absence as Evidence: Recovering the Losses in an Eighth-century Gospel Book

Guest post by Dr Eleanor Jackson “Noli me tangere” (do not touch me, John 20:17), reads the final line of the endmost surviving page of Cambridge University, MS Kk.1.24—a poignant accident in a manuscript that has...

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