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  • Learning Teaching and Assessment Newsletter 

    Murphy, Tony (Dublin Business School, 2021-06)
    This edition of the newsletter highlights all things Learning, Teaching and Assessment, from news and events to Academic CPD and changes and enhancements to the Learning, Teaching and Assessment environment.
  • Research Newsletter 

    Browne, Andrew (Dublin Business School, 2021-06)
    This edition of the newsletter highlights some research activity in DBS and profiles some of our researchers. The newsletter also previews some upcoming conference and publication opportunities and focuses on in-house ...
  • Collaboration and Commitment: Publishing Diverse Academic Scholarship for the Public Good 

    Colman, Jason; Downing, Karen E.; Lopez, William (IFLA Special Interest Group on Library Publishing, 2020)
    The IFLA Special Interest Group on Library Publishing held the Virtual Open Programme on October 15th 2020. The event had been scheduled as part of WLIC 2020 in Dublin which was postponed due to the pandemic. The theme was ...
  • Library Publishing and Editors – A Promising Partnership Built on Open Access 

    Ganz, Kathrin; Wenninger, Agnieszka (IFLA Special Interest Group on Library Publishing, 2020)
    The IFLA Special Interest Group on Library Publishing held the Virtual Open Programme on October 15th 2020. The event had been scheduled as part of WLIC 2020 in Dublin which was postponed due to the pandemic. The theme was ...
  • Yilmaz Akkilic City Research Awards and Publications: A Library Publishing Example from Turkey 

    Baba Pala, Şafak; Akdoğan, Nazan; Cemgil, Selin Can (IFLA Special Interest Group on Library Publishing, 2020)
    The IFLA Special Interest Group on Library Publishing held the Virtual Open Programme on October 15th 2020. The event had been scheduled as part of WLIC 2020 in Dublin which was postponed due to the pandemic. The theme was ...

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