November 28, 2005

And the results were…

Follow-up to Medical focus from Innovating Research!

Interesting to say the least. The Medical Grid was definitely something the students would appreciate and they had a wealth of suggestions that will help Rachel to shape what she puts in place (though I know time is tight for this project). The two most important things to the students it seemed to me was a provision of duplicate book stock from the current Grid (biomedical stuff) and good long opening hours to cope with their particular needs.

As suspected there was also some related comments on the library and its current resource provisions for medics. Unsurprisingly "more" was the core theme here, and I've passed on the comments to the Science Librarian team so they can hopefully take it forward.

I think the willingness of the medics to engage with the discussions shows a good form that we can hopefully repeat for the library's efforts next terms.

In other news, whilst it might be snowing outside it is a healthy 22.5degsC inside the office today – a great improvement on last week and one that I hope sticks!

- No comments Not publicly viewable

Add a comment

You are not allowed to comment on this entry as it has restricted commenting permissions.

November 2005

Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
Oct |  Today  | Dec
   1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 9 10 11 12 13
14 15 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
28 29 30            

Search this blog


Most recent comments

  • Are you guys still pursuing the VLE route? There has been some advance made by the open university o… by Alejandro Chiner Arias on this entry
  • Well, yes, there are all sort of fascinating stories about the human factors in the fate VLE develop… by on this entry
  • estimating the different costs involved in each particular case Is there anyone anywhere capable of… by Robert O'Toole on this entry
  • Thanks for the link to Shared Copy. I've been looking for a site like that. The sites I've found bef… by Emma on this entry
  • I read about these "knol"s recently, and I'm not too sure what they will do. As with all these techn… by Jenny Delasalle on this entry

Blog archive



UK Copyright Swicki

check out the UK copyright swicki at
Not signed in
Sign in

Powered by BlogBuilder