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Parliament for Academic Librarians

This training session shares insights for academic librarians and the researchers they work with around how to engage with UK Parliament, with a particular focus on the House of Commons Library.

Parliament for Academic Librarians online training session, delivered 20th May 2021, 41mins47secs

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This is a recording of an online training session, delivered on 20th May 2021 by UK Parliament's Knowledge Exchange Unit and the House of Commons Library.

This training session is aimed at academic librarians, i.e. people whose role is focused on overseeing and sharing information and resources with academics and researchers in an academic community.  This includes academic librarians supporting researchers, scholarly communications librarians and librarians involved in REF support.

The presenters are Dr Laura Webb, Knowledge Exchange Manager, UK Parliament and Anne-Lise Harding, Senior Liaison Librarian, House of Commons Library.

You can also access other training sessions from UK Parliament's Knowledge Exchange Unit.

Training resources

Useful links

The links below accompany information presented in the training session.

General advice on engaging with Parliament for researchers

Engaging with the House of Commons Library

Engaging with POST (Parliamentary Office of Science and Technology)

Engaging with the House of Lords Library

Engaging with select committees