Monthly Archives: July 2015

[Insert clever leadership quote here] by Dan Livesey

The concept of leadership development is really popular at the moment. It has probably been mentioned within your workplace, you may have been on a course where it has been covered. If you do a bit a reading around on … Continue reading

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Can I have one of those? Getting your own social media … by Matt Holland

Are you are having trouble getting an official approval for your social media activities?   Then this is for you.   It’s mostly about Twitter but it could be extended to other social media. #1 You can trust me Whoever you … Continue reading

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What is the point of html? by Matt Holland

There are few practical skills that last through your professional career.   Touch typing would have been one.   Sadly it isn’t a skill that I have mastered.   Writing basic html (hypertext markup language) is another.   This is a skill I did … Continue reading

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A Conference Survival Guide by Emily Hurt

I was lucky enough to attend the EAHIL + ICAHIS + ICLC 2015 workshop in June in Edinburgh, as a result of a bursary I applied for from the CILIP Health Libraries Group. The conference was entitled, “Research-Minded: understanding, supporting, … Continue reading

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