Monday 18 May 2009, 13.30-16.30, Court Room, Stirling Campus
‘Success in research, at both national and institutional levels, depends critically on the quality of the information services to which researchers have access.’
- To what extent are library and information services at Stirling responding to the needs of researchers?
- What are the priorities for development?
Sally Curry,Â Library Collaboration Programme Manager of the Research Information Network (RIN) , will lead a seminar based on the themes and exemplars in:Â Â Ensuring a bright future for research libraries: A guide for vice-chancellors and senior institutional managersÂ (October 2008): http://www.rin.ac.uk/bright-futures-libraries [accessed 16/04/09]Â
You are very welcome to attend, or nominate a colleague. It would be helpful if you would let the IS Office know, if possible by 11 May, if you are able to attend (contact email@example.com).
If you are based on Highland or Western Isles Campus and are interested in participation by videoconference, please let the IS Office know as soon as possible.
[‘The RIN is sponsored by the four HE funding bodies, the three national libraries, and the four research councils. Its fundamental role is to undertake evidence-based research into information and data issues that relate to professional researchers – and particularly academic researchers – and to develop policy, guidance and advocacy on that basis’. See http://www.rin.ac.uk]