Reminder UKSG webinar 1 November - "Mess and the Practices of Academia" Maria Campbell 25 Oct 2016 13:45 UTC

Dear Colleagues,

We are still accepting registrations for next week's free UKSG webinar: "Mess and the Practices of Academia"

Tuesday 1 November 2016 at 1330 GMT (Greenwich Mean Time)

For more information and to register, please visit

Donna Lanclos, Associate Professor for Anthropological Research, J. Murrey Atkins Library, UNC Charlotte

Following a very successful appearance at the UKSG Annual Conference 2016 in Bournemouth, we are pleased to bring Donna to a wider audience via webinar.

Learning outcomes:
"A more grounded sense of what the actual behaviors and motivations of scholars (academic staff as well as students) are, and an increased awareness of the ways in which institutions can and should account for that in their planning and policy around digital and physical learning places and tools."

We welcome your questions during registration to help shape the webinar's content. For instance, "how to talk to managers who want us to standardize teaching approaches, when it's ineffective across faculties & levels".

UKSG webinars are:
- Recorded and the link to the recording provided to all active registrations (so please do not cancel your registration if you find you are subsequently unable to attend the live event). Feel free to register for the recording alone.
- Open to all (you do not need to be a member of UKSG to register)
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We look forward to welcoming you next Wednesday or hearing from you via #UKSGwebinar.

With regards


Maria Campbell
Digital Communications Associate, UKSG

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