Library Services


UCL Library Services Annual Report 2005/06

Staff presentations, conference papers & publications

Staff presentations and conference papers 

Director - Paul Ayris
  • 13 August 2005: Scholarly Communication: Future Perspectives on Institutional Repositories - A Brave New World? at the pre-IFLA meeting Open Access: Options for the Future in Oslo, Norway.
  • 5 September 2005: The Future of Scholarly Publishing, at The Library Service of the Future for Central Banks and Regulatory Agencies, Christ's College Cambridge, UK
  • 12 September 2005: Information Tools and Content in a Global and Institutional Setting, International Conference of Aleph Users, London, UK
  • 14 September 2005: Open Archive Repositories - Issues for the Future, Cambridge University Library, UK
  • 28 September 2005: The DART-Europe project: Towards developing a European Theses Portal at ETD 2005: Evolution Through Discovery: 8th International Symposium on Electronic Theses and Dissertations, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
  • 4 October 2005: Are They Open Yet? The Impact of Open Access Publishing on Research Libraries, at Editoria commerciale, Open Access e consorzi: quali scenari per il futuro, Milan, Italy
  • 6 March 2006: Panellist, London Book Fair. What do Libraries really want from Academic Publishers?, UK
  • 22 April 2006: Success and Failure in Scholarly Communications: Where Do We Go From Here? at the Heads of University Management & Administration Network in Europe [HUMANE] Seminar, Royal Veterinary and Agricultural University, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • 27 April 2006: Repeat of Success and Failure in Scholarly Communications: Where Do We Go From Here? at the CURL Directors. meeting, University of Glasgow, UK
  • 22 May 2006: Getting Organised: JISC and Digital Repositories at the JISC Information Environment and Digital Repositories Workshop, Edinburgh, Scotland
  • 25 May 2006: Repeat of Success and Failure in Scholarly Communications: Where Do We Go From Here? at the Dawson Day, a 1-day Meeting and Seminar organised by Dawson Books, Draper's Hall, London, UK
  • 29 May 2006: About UCL and Judaica Collections. 2 talks given to the UCL Israel Alumni Association, British Council, Jerusalem, Israel
  • 31 May 2006: Where Do We Go From Here? A talk given to staff at Ex Libris Ltd, Jerusalem, Israel
  • 20 June 2006: Consortial Purchasing: the Institutional Policy and Framework and Consortial Purchasing: the Practicalities. 2 talks given to staff and students at ENSSIB (Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Sciences de l'Information et des Bibliothèques), Lyons, France.
  • 30 June 2006: Open Access: its Potential for Research and Institutional Research Strategies, at Research Strategy Forum, Dartington College of Arts, UK
Deputy Director - Elizabeth Chapman
  • What Mayor Livingstone should know about academic Libraries. CILIP London Branch AGM, May 2005
  • Are Deputies the same as Au Pairs? SCONUL Deputies Group, November 2005
  • Introduction to the OUP Journals Digital Archive. Launch of the OUP Archive, Oxford, April 2006
  • Are e-books SuperBooks? STM Publishers annual conference, Budapest, May 2006
  • July 7 2005 and its aftermath. LIBER Conference, Uppsala, July 2006
  • Why have e-books never taken off? Fiesole Retreat, Lund, August 2006
  • Preparing for emergencies. Invited session for staff of Royal Library and other Danish cultural institutions. Copenhagen, August 2006
IT Services Development Officer - Margaret Flett
  • Implementing MetaLib Scandinavian systems librarians' group, Stockholm, February 2006

Staff publications

Director - Paul Ayris and colleagues
  • P. Ayris and M. Teague, "The NHS/HE Forum" in Library and Information Research vol. 30, no. 94, Spring 2006, pp. 10-16.
  • P. Ayris, "Are they Open yet? L'impatto della pubblicazione Open Access sulle biblioteche per la ricerca" in Biblioteche oggi, vol. XXIV, no. 3, April 2006, pp. 44-55.
  • S. Pinfield and P. Ayris, "Hogging Research". Letter to the Times Higher Education Supplement, 26 August 2005
Deputy Director - Elizabeth Chapman
  • Librarians' lives. CILIP Update, 39 - 41, 2005 4 (3).
  • Open Letter to Ken Livingstone. CILIP Update, September 2005.
  • A classic renewal: UCL's building programme. CILIP Update, 31 - 34, 2006 5 (7/8)
Team Leader, Science and Engineering - Martin Moyle
Cruciform Librarian - Kate Cheney
  • C.R. Cheney and P.Campbell. Reading Medicine: A history of the libraries of The Middlesex and University College Hospitals Medical Schools. 2006
Subject Librarian: Fine Art, History of Art & Film Studies - Elizabeth Lawes
  • Lawes, Elizabeth; White, Maria; Perratt, Patrick. Artists' Books: A Cataloguer's Manual. ARLIS/UK & Ireland Cataloguing and Classification Committee. 2006
Royal Free Medical Library, UCL Library Services

Betsy Anagnostelis

  • Current literature. He@lth Information on the Internet 2006 50(1):10

Chiara Bassi

  • Grilli R, Bassi C, Casolari L, McAuley L, Montedori A, Rashidian A. Interventions to reduce waiting lists for elective procedures. (Protocol) Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2006, Issue 1.

Jane Falconer

  • Jones M, Rait G, Falconer J, Feder G. Systematic review: prognosis of angina in primary care. Family Practice, 2006 23(5):520-528.

Tiffany Moxham

  • Moxham T, column editor. Current literature. CILIP Health Libraries Group Newsletter.
  • Moxham T, contributor. Core Collection of Medical Books. 5th ed. Tomlinsons Book Services; 2006.

Laura Tucker

  • Hadley S, Tucker L. Launch of the new look and feel for the National Library for Health Specialist Libraries. He@lth Information on the Internet 2006 52(1):7-8.