July 2012 issue of Coalition newsletter now available

In 2012 we have been issuing regular newsletters to keep the LIS research community informed of the work of the LIS Research Coalition. The newsletters have been mailed to relevant listservs, and a copy of each one archived on the newsletters page.

The last newsletter dated July 2012 is issued this week. Read the full issue on the newsletters page. Our top stories are:

  1. The DREaM project concluding conference: “a fantastic day”
  2. DREaM project – the next stage
  3. RiLIES2 project
  4. Highlights from the RiLIES1 project
  5. Ronan O’Beirne and Michael Jubb contribute guest blogs to the Coalition web site

    Hazel Hall

    Hazel Hall

    This is also the final blog post of the Library and Information Science Research Coalition. Hazel Hall would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their enthusiastic support of the Library and Information Science Research Coalition’s work, particularly that related to the DREaM and RiLIES projects. She would also like to encourage all to continue working so that the investment of the past three years leaves a valuable legacy that endures in the future, and well beyond the period of project funding.

DREaM conference special issue of Coalition newsletter now available

In 2012 we are issuing regular newsletters to keep the LIS research community informed of the work of the LIS Research Coalition. The newsletters will be mailed to relevant listservs, and a copy of each one archived on the newsletters page.

The fourth newsletter, which is a special issue devoted to news of the forthcoming DREaM conference at the British Library Conference Centre on Monday 9th July, is issued this week. Our top stories are:

  1. Last chance to book! Registrations for the DREaM conference close on Monday 2nd July
  2. DREaM conference keynote speaker Ben Goldacre features on the Radio 4 Today programme
  3. Sponsored places at the DREaM conference: the winners
  4. Speaker previews of DREaM conference sessions now available
  5. Coming up soon on the Library and Information Science Research Coalition web site

June 2012 issue of Coalition newsletter now available

In 2012 we are issuing regular newsletters to keep the LIS research community informed of the work of the LIS Research Coalition. The newsletters will be mailed to relevant listservs, and a copy of each one archived on the newsletters page.

The third newsletter dated June 2012 is issued this week. Our top stories are:

  1. Places still available for the DREaM conference, British Library, 9th July 2012
  2. Apply for CILIP-sponsored places at the DREaM conference by Thursday 14th June
  3. DREaM project wins front page coverage in CILIP Update
  4. Winners of the Practitioner Researcher Excellence Award announced
  5. Materials from DREaM event 4 now available
  6. How to deploy social media for research impact, and lessons from impactful research projects – read the latest updates from the RiLIES1 project team
  7. RiLIES2 project highlights pressing need for a centrally-funded community-maintained directory of LIS research resources
  8. Places still available to attend free LIS research resource briefing at CILIP HQ on Tuesday 10th July
  9. LIS Research Coalition project presentations well received at QQML2012 in Limerick
  10. Miggie Pickton and Biddy Fisher contribute guest posts to the LIS Research Coalition blog

April 2012 issue of Coalition newsletter now available

In 2012 we are issuing regular newsletters to keep the LIS research community informed of the work of the LIS Research Coalition. The newsletters will be mailed to relevant listservs, and a copy of each one archived on the newsletters page. The second newsletter dated April 2012 is issued this week.

Coalition newsletters

In 2012 we are issuing regular newsletters to keep the LIS research community informed of the work of the LIS Research Coalition. The newsletters will be mailed to relevant listservs, and a copy of each one archived on the newsletters page. The first newsletter dated February 2012 is issued this week.