Contact Us

For General Enquiries please email us via knowledgebaseplus@jisc.ac.uk.

Further Discussion

For any further questions please feel free to contact the Service Manager, Magaly Bascones Telephone: 020 3006 6008 Email: magaly.bascones@jisc.ac.uk

Online

Our website is: [http://www.jisc-collections.ac.uk/KnowledgeBasePlus/] Follow us on twitter at @JISCKBPlus Follow our blog at Knowledge Base+

KB+ Team

Magaly Bascones, Service Manager Magaly has over 10 years experience in documentation and information management. She joined Jisc Collections in July 2011 and was Project Manager of the Entitlement Registry Project, then KB+ (Knowledge Base Plus) Data Manager, before becoming Service Manager of KB+. Previously, Magaly has worked in the Amnesty International (IS) Information Resources Department (UK), CERN and UN-HCR Libraries (Switzerland). She has a Masters in Development Studies from IUED – Geneva University and a Masters in Information and Documentation Management from Geneva University. She has published articles on open access, usage statistics, and others topics. Magaly is Co-Chair of the NISO KBART Working Group.

E: magaly.bascones@jisc.ac.uk

Christina Ley, Data Manager Chrissie is a qualified librarian and has over 10 years of experience working within an academic library. She has specialised in electronic resources and was recently responsible for creating a custom knowledgebase for Bangor University. Chrissie has been seconded to the role of Data Manager as part of the Knowledge Base+ project to build a shared academic community knowledge base for UK institutions.

E: christina.ley@jisc.ac.uk

Damyanti Patel, Data Manager Damyani is a qualified librarian and has over 10 years of experience working within academic libraries managing e-resources. Damyanti is a Data Manager as a part of the Knowledge Base Plus team to build a shared academic community knowledge base for UK institutions.

E: damyanti.patel@jisc.ac.uk

Emma Shaw, Data Manager Emma is a qualified librarian who has worked in academic libraries for over 10 years. She has extensive experience of managing journals and e-resource collections. Prior to working in libraries, Emma was a professional visual artist, she initially trained at Central Saint Martin’s College of Art & Design and she also has a PhD (in contemporary art, craft and design practice) from the University of Westminster.Passionate about education and research, Emma has joined Jisc as a Data Manager for the Knowledge Base Plus team where alongside the other Data Managers she will be assisting with the management, maintenance and development of Knowledge Base Plus.

E: emma.shaw@jisc.ac.uk