Tag Archives: Impact Toolkit

Reflections on a Conference – HLG 2016 by LIHNN Members

Katie Nicholas – Health Education England, working across the North West: HLG 2016 was my first HLG conference and my first time presenting at a conference and I loved it! I saw the whole conference process from submitting a proposal, being … Continue reading

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Ouch … that hurt! The impact of impact by Matt Holland

You know you are trying too hard when colleagues say, with a touch of irony, “you’re very interested in impact, aren’t you Matt!” Possibly that request for another case study sounded too desperate. Here are ten mini reflections from personal … Continue reading

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Surveys and other abuses … by Matt Holland

Do surveys ever tell you anything? Perhaps we could do a survey and not find out. This is a blast against the “Library Survey”. What’s the problem? Well there are many. Here are the first twenty. Sorry, I have edited … Continue reading

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Changing the way we think about impact? by Tracey Pratchett

In the shower this morning I was thinking about a conversation we had at the LIHNN Quality Group about health libraries and demonstrating impact. This idea is embedded within the LQAF framework and no-one questions the need for us to … Continue reading

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Top Tips to Setting up a literature searching service by Tracey Pratchett

After working in the FE sector; providing a literature searching service was a new skillset. Finding and packaging information to help users get on with the day job was not something which I did regularly. I had a lot of … Continue reading

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