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Volume 1 no.3 March 2006
TASI, Technical Advisory Service for Images
Karla Youngs, TASI Director
Grant Young, TASI Technical Research Officer
AHDS Visual Arts Image Catalogue
Mick Eadie, Collections & Systems Manager, AHDS Visual Arts
Doing Things with Stuff
Graham Turnbull, Head of Education and Editorial SCRAN
New copyright licence allows scanning services to be extended in Higher Education
Dr Jane Secker, Learning Technology Librarian, London School of Economics
More to Life Than Text: Using Images
Sarah Leach, Learning Technologist, centre for Learning Technology, London School of Economics
Content Developer, Screenonline
British Film Institute
Digitisation and the John Johnson Collection of Printed Ephemera (Bodleian Library, University of Oxford)
Julie Anne Lambert, Librarian of the John Johnson Collection
The MIDESS Project: Surveying digital repository software packages.
Dr Stephen Charles
MIDESS Project Manager
Rights and Rewards in Blended Institutional Repositories Project
Melanie Bates, Lizzie Gadd, Steve Loddington Sue Manuel & Charles Oppenheim
Social Science Week 2006