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First CITE Forum brings together Higher Education information professionals

26th June 2017

The Copyright Information and Technologies in Education (CITE) Forum met for the first time on the 15th June at the University of Nottingham.

CLA and the HE community established the CITE Forum in order to provide the community of information professionals in Higher Education (HE) a space in which to share best practice, discuss technological developments and debate the future of information and content provision.

The first ever meeting was hosted at the University of Nottingham, and attended by over 35 information professionals. The event provided many highlights including:

  • An insightful presentation from Annette Moore, University of Sussex, on 'Visualising Data';
  • An update on the Digital Content Store (DCS) from our Product Manager, Donna Goddard, and Education Licensing Manager, David Duffield;
  • A look into how institutions can manage provision of resources to overseas campuses and partnerships, such as our Overseas Campus Based Students Pilot, from Kate Vasili, Middlesex University;
  • A fascinating insight into the University of Central Lancaster’s new accessible content provision service for visually impaired students;
  • And a lively group discussion on copyright best practice and what can be done to improve efficiency across the sector

For a full catch up of the events, you can read our blog.

We look forward to hosting another meeting of the CITE Forum later this year. If you would be interested in hearing more about the CITE Forum or attending a future meeting, join our newsletter subscription list for Higher Education by emailing