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  • Alive and Kicking! J.B. Priestley and the University of Bradford 

    Cullingford A (2016) Alive and Kicking! J.B. Priestley and the University of Bradford. The Journal of the J.B. Priestley Society.17: 46-55.
    This article explores the connections between Bradford-born author J.B. Priestley and the University of Bradford, using evidence from archives held in Special Collections at the University. The discussion includes the ...
  • A literature review of experiences and outcomes amongst undergraduate health higher education students with protected characteristics 

    McClelland GT, Raynsford J, Dearnley C et al (2014) A literature review of experiences and outcomes amongst undergraduate health higher education students with protected characteristics. In: The 4th Making Diversity Interventions Count Conference, 17 Jun 2014. University of Bradford.
  • Making students eat their greens: information skills for chemistry students 

    George S and Munshi T (2016) Making students eat their greens: information skills for chemistry students. Issues in Science and Technology Librarianship. Vol 85. DOI:10.5062/F4CF9N42.
    Employers are increasingly requiring a range of “soft” skills from chemistry graduates, including the ability to search for and critically evaluate information. This paper discusses the issues around encouraging chemistry ...
  • Wonders of Worstedopolis 

    Cullingford A (2016) Wonders of Worstedopolis. In: Sjökvist P (Ed.) Bevara for framtiden: texter fran en seminarieserie om specialsamlingar. Scripta minora. 16. Uppsala: Uppsala Universitets Bibliothek: 171-183.
    Paper given at a rare books seminar in Sweden, reflecting on the stories behind the Special Collections at the University of Bradford and the challenges rare books librarians face in making such collections more accessible.
  • Accessibility for all: engaging library staff in auditing electronic resources 

    George S and Coussement K (2016) Accessibility for all: engaging library staff in auditing electronic resources. ALISS Quarterly. 11(3): 24-30.
    Since the introduction of the Special Educational Needs and Disability Act (2001), academic libraries have been obliged to provide accessible texts for users who find printed works a barrier. Print-impairment can occur for ...
  • On their own turf: taking the library into the field. 

    George S (2015) On their own turf: taking the library into the field. CILIP update, June 2015 pp. 44-45.
    Archaeology and environment students may be reluctant to spend time in the library when they could be digging holes and wading through streams – but what happens when the librarian goes out into the field with them?
  • Auditing the accessibility of electronic resources. 

    George, S., Clement, E. and Hudson, G. (2014). Auditing the accessibility of electronic resources. SCONUL Focus, 62, pp. 15-23.
    This paper describes a project undertaken by the University of Bradford library to assess systematically the accessibility of our electronic resources, and gives recommendations for others wishing to do the same ...
  • Auditing the accessibility of electronic resources. 

    George, S., Clement, E., Hudson, G. and Atif, M. (2014). Auditing the accessibility of electronic resources. In: Hall, I., Thornton, S. and Town, S. (eds.). Proceedings of the 10th Northumbria International Conference on Performance Measurement in Libraries and Information Services. University of York, July 22-25th, 2013. pp. 95-104.
    Since the UK’s 2001 Special Educational Needs and Disability Act (SENDA, 2001), academic libraries have had a legal duty to provide all students with information in a form accessible to them, an obligation strengthened ...
  • Library outreach to schools and colleges at the University of Bradford. Teaching students, networking with librarians. 

    Rowland, J. (2015) Library outreach to schools and colleges at the University of Bradford. Teaching students, networking with librarians. SCONUL Focus, 62: 28-30
    Bradford, like most British universities, carries out many school and college outreach events to accustom students to the idea of coming to university and to introduce them to the resources available here. Bradford’s ...
  • Placing the library at the heart of plagiarism prevention: The University of Bradford experience. 

    George, S., Costigan, A. and O'Hara, M. (2013). Placing the library at the heart of plagiarism prevention: The University of Bradford experience. New Review of Academic Librarianship. Vol. 19, No. 2, pp.141-160.
    Plagiarism is a vexed issue for Higher Education, affecting student transition, retention and attainment. This paper reports on two initiatives from the University of Bradford library aimed at reducing student plagiarism. ...
  • Library language: words and their definitions. A glossary of frequently used words to help international students at the University of Bradford. 

    Carver, K., Introwicz, M., Mottram, S. and North, S. (2012). Library language: words and their definitions. A glossary of frequently used words to help international students at the University of Bradford. SCONUL Focus. Vol. 56, pp. 21-24.
    This article explains how the library developed a glossary of words to help the international students use the library. It is called Library language: words and definitions.
  • Plagiarism Avoidance for New Students: Smoothing the transition into Higher Education. 

    Costigan, A. T. and George, S. (2012). Plagiarism Avoidance for New Students: Smoothing the transition into Higher Education. ALISS Quarterly. Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 8-11.
    Plagiarism and referencing are areas in which the transition into Higher Education can be a particularly severe leap. University expectations regarding referencing are often wildly different from those previously encountered, ...
  • 'Sounds of Science' poetry competition at the University of Bradford library. 

    Carver, K. (2012). 'Sounds of Science' poetry competition at the University of Bradford library. SCONUL Focus, No. 55 pp.26-30.
  • Working with graphic design students to promote `Land of Lost Content¿ at Leeds Met. 

    Carver, K. and Parkin, C. (2009). Working with graphic design students to promote `Land of Lost Content¿ at Leeds Met. SCONUL Focus, Vol. 47, pp. 36- 39.
    As Leeds Metropolitan is a university of festivals and partnerships, the library was given the opportunity this year to host a festival to promote the library and all its services to the university. The library festival ...
  • A Library for Peace: the Commonweal Collection 

    Clement, E. and Cullingford, A. (2007). A Library for Peace: the Commonweal Collection. Information for Social Change. Issue 25.
    History and overview of Commonweal Collection and developments up until late 2006.
  • Bradford Scholars: An online repository for the University of Bradford 

    Nieminen, S.M. (2008), Bradford Scholars: An institutional repository for the University of Bradford. ALISS Quarterly, Vol.3 No.4, 20-23.
    The University of Bradford currently have a number of digital repositories within the University but it does not have an institutional repository. The partly JISC-funded project (Bradford University Repository Project - ...

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