Nigel Lees has been working at the Royal Society of Chemistry since 1994 and from 1999 as Manager Library & Archival Services. Prior to this, he was Chemistry Subject Specialist at the British Library. He has also worked as an information officer in the pharmaceutical industry and in the consultancy Burgoyne and Partners, specialising in the investigation of fire, chemical and explosion incidents. From 1986-88 he worked in Egypt for VSO in a training and advisory role at the University of Assiut. Contact him at email@example.com; 020 7440 3371, http://www.rsc.org/library.
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Articles by Nigel Lees:
If Members Won’t Come: The Royal Society of Chemistry Builds a Virtual Library [ABSTRACT]Wednesday, 23rd April 2008
When the Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) Library was faced with declining visits at a time when the level of enquiries remained constant, staff began exploring how to serve members better and save money in doing so. Nigel Lees describes the challenges and benefits of transitioning from a traditional print-based environment to a virtual one.
If Members Won’t Come: The Royal Society of Chemistry Builds a Virtual LibraryWednesday, 23rd April 2008
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