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Stuart Hunt

Name:
Mr Stuart Hunt
Job Title:
Director ULCS & University Librarian
Stuart Hunt

Contact

Responsibilities

Director of University Library and Collections Services

Qualifications

  • Chartered Member of the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (MCLIP)
  • MA Library and Information Studies
  • MA Continental Philosophy
  • BA (Hons) Philosophy

Professional committee memberships

  • OCLC EMEA Regional Council Executive Committee
  • OCLC Global Council
  • Jisc Collection Management Community Advisory Board
  • EBSCO European Academic Advisory Board

Peer reviewer

Journal of Librarianship and Information Science

Areas of Interest

Research groups / Centres

Publications

Hunt, S.  (2017) 'Collection development in UK university libraries', Collection Building, 36 (1), pp. 29-34.

Hunt, S. (2013/14) 'Adopting RDA: Implications for libraries', Taking Stock, 22(2).

Hunt, S. (2013) 'RDA: An innovation in cataloguing', Insights: The UKSG journal, 26 (2), pp. 185-189.

Hunt, S. (2012) 'Implementing RDA in your ILS', Catalogue & Index, 169, pp. 22-24.

Hunt, S. (2010) 'Improving performance in cataloguing and technical services workflows', Catalogue & Index, 161, pp. 10-15.

Hunt, S. (2002) 'From Intercat to CORC: Cooperation in the selection and cataloguing of web resources', In Electronic resources: definition, selection, and cataloguing. Milan: Editrice Bibliografica, 2002.

Hunt, S. (2001) 'Cataloguing internet resources', Catalogue & Index, 141.

Hunt, S. (2001) 'How OCLC sees the resource sharing environment', DF Revy, 23 (10). Århus: Foreningen.

Hunt, S. (2001) 'OCLC's CORC Project: The Co-operative Online Resource Catalog', In Archives, libraries and museums convergence. Paris: Cité de science et de l'industrie, 2001.

 

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