In this episode, Anthony Sinnott shares an insight into how the library community has reacted to COVID-19.
In this podcast we'll hear from members about how they are implementing Education 4.0 technologies including their challenges, successes, and where they had to reassess.
For the first few weeks we will be focusing on the impact of coronavirus, sharing how further and higher education institutions have responded to the crises and asking how this pandemic could impact learning in the future.
We chatted with Anthony Sinnott, access and procurement development manager at the University of York, about the logistics of libraries in lockdown, providing access to information during this time, and the positive qualities that have come from the situation.
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Anthony Sinnott, access and procurement development manager, University of York.
Anthony oversees the purchase of print and electronic resources, the management of subscriptions and databases, and the operation of the reading list system and digitisation. He has a background in public libraries, having played a key role in setting up Explore York Libraries and Archives as a Social Enterprise and participates in wider sector work via the Northern Collaboration Content Special Interest Groups and the Executive Committee for the National Acquisitions Group.
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