Dos and don’ts for managing LMS change project within hybrid working environment

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Adnan, S.A. (2022). Dos and don’ts for managing LMS change project within hybrid working environment. Changing Library Systems. Online 23 - 23 Mar 2022
AuthorsAdnan, S.A.
TypeConference presentation
Abstract

This presentation was presented at the cpd25 event titled as "Changing library systems" on 23rd March 2022. This presentation elaborates the current state of LMS (library management system) change project at the London South Bank University.

KeywordsLibrary and learning resources; Library technologies; Library management system; LMS change; m25 consortium of academic libraries; cpd25 events
Year2022
Web address (URL)https://www.m25lib.ac.uk/events/changing-library-systems-tg3/
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Print23 Mar 2022
Publication process dates
Accepted23 Feb 2022
Deposited24 Mar 2022
Web address (URL) of conference proceedingshttps://www.m25lib.ac.uk/events/changing-library-systems-tg3/
Additional information

The M25 Consortium of Academic Libraries is a collaborative organisation that works to improve library and information services within the M25 region and more widely across the East and Southeast. Since its formation in 1993 the Consortium’s work in three strategic areas has produced services and resources for the benefit of learners and researchers.

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