Author Archives: Chris Keene

About Chris Keene

I provide leadership of Jisc’s work on the future role and capabilities of digital scholarly communication, digital libraries, and digital scholarship for research and learning. Based in Jisc digital futures division, the focal point for innovation, research and development, I focus on medium and long-term trends and initiatives to help UK libraries and universities be at the forefront of digital innovation in learning, teaching and research.

Making your digital collections easier to discover. Booking is now open for our two workshops on 15 and 22 November

Karen Colbron, Digital Content Manger writes: Jisc is offering two one-day workshops to help you increase the reach of your digital collections, optimise them for discovery and evaluate their impact. ‘Exploiting digital collections in learning, teaching and research’ will be held on Tuesday 15 November. ‘Making google work for your digital collections’ will be held … Read more

International advances in digital scholarship – Jisc and CNI conference

In today’s scholarly communication environment, it’s easy to be heads down implementing various funder and government policy requirements on open access and research data management. For all involved in academic research, no matter whether as a researcher, managing services to support research, or providing oversight and leadership,  we all need to occasionally pause to take … Read more

Hello

Welcome to library & scholarly futures. As I write I, Chris Keene, have been in my new role at Jisc for exactly one month. We are based in the Digital Futures division of Jisc – think R&D – looking at medium/long term developments in the Library and scholarly spaces and how we can support them. … Read more