Graham Bulpitt is Director of Information Services at Kingston University in south-west London where he is
responsible for library, computing and multimedia services. He previously worked at Sheffield Hallam
University where he pioneered the Learning Centre concept.
The department of Information Services is one of the largest in the University, with some 300 staff and
the 24-hour operation of computing services and Learning Resource Centres (during teaching weeks).
The department supports over 2500 PCs and LRCs receive almost two million visits each year.
Graham Bulpitt is a regular contributor to international conferences and his professional interests
include the integration of academic support services, staffing matters and library buildings.
He is a member of the JISC Journals Working Group, PALS (Publisher and Library/Learning Solutions)
and the editorial boards of the New review of libraries and lifelong learning
New review of academic librarianship.
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