Developing the library partnership - the Loughborough way
journal contributionposted on 2018-05-25, 08:14 authored by Helen YoungHelen Young, Alison Ashmore, Steph McKeatingSteph McKeating
This article explores why and how Loughborough University Library has been developing a different model of engagement with its academic Schools. It considers the internal and external drivers of the project, as well as detailing the tools that were developed, the model itself and the challenges and benefits of library partnership.
- University Academic and Administrative Support
- University Library
Published inAliss Quarterly
Pages2 - 8
CitationYOUNG, H., ASHMORE, A. and MCKEATING, S., 2018. Developing the library partnership - the Loughborough way. Aliss Quarterly, 13 (3), pp.2-8.
PublisherAssociation of Librarians and Information Professionals in the Social Sciences (ALISS)
- AM (Accepted Manuscript)
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