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Wales Higher Education Libraries Forum (WHELF) held its annual colloquium online this year. Check out the presentations, including 'Futureproofing Me' : how to help HE by helping yourself first by our relationship manager.

This presentation outlines some ways that information professionals can develop confidence and enthusiasm during difficult times and argues that, now more than ever, Higher Education needs its staff to be experts in their fields. Appropriate for other sectors too!

As a follow up to this excellent CILIP Cymru Wales webinar in April Lou Peck has also shared her blog on how to make the most of working from home - how to stay healthy, sane, and productive! In the webinar Lou talked about putting on virtual events and she has agreed to let us host another blog BYOB which talks about the ups and downs of getting online events to work well for you and your participants.

CILIP Cymru Wales held its Annual General Meeting in Aberystwyth on 21st November 2019. With presentations on Wikipedia and Wales, the National Library of Wales' Living Memory project, the re-launched CILIP professional registration, People's Collection Wales support for libraries, and a Superhero workshop, there were lots of reasons (not just scones!) to attend the CILIP Cymru Wales AGM. Find out more from a member's perspective or take a look at the presentations the speakers have kindly allowed us to share.

The CILIP Cymru Wales Conference in 2019 dealt with Knowledge and Information Literacies - check out some of the fantastic presentations from Cardiff.

Nine excellent presentations from the CILIP Cymru Wales conference held in Aberystwyth in 2018.

Presentations from and reflections on the CILIP Cymru Wales conference in Llandudno in 2017. You'll also find our poet in residence's "The Library Workers' Poem" for delegates.

Three great career development presentations on how to evidence impact, ignite your career passion, and promote yourself and your service on social media.

Prestatyn Library in north Wales. Members of the CILIP Cymru Wales committee met with Managers and Supervisors of the public services. The aim of the afternoon was to welcome many of the newly appointed staff to the wider profession and to gain an idea of CPD options that are available and find out about support offered in Wales.

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