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#uklibchat - ‘Green Tech’ and the environmental footprint of technology

Date: Monday 2 September 2019, 7.00-8.30 pm British Summer Time

Chats are hosted by @uklibchat on Twitter. You’re free to join in and drop out at any point.

This chat is co-hosted by Cilip’s MmIT Group who encourage the effective use of technology and a balanced digital life.  Follow MmIT on Twitter at @MultiMediaIT  and check out the MmIT blog at 


ARLG / MmIT event on Research Workflows

Monday 9th December 10:00 - 4:30 at the British Library


MmIT event on Digital Inclusion

MmIT is again hosting a half-day seminar on the theme of Digital Inclusion, which will incorporate the MmIT AGM for the 2019 calendar year


Past Events

Exploring information literacy pedagogies through sonic objects - Central Saint Martins - University of the Arts London.  Thursday 6 June 2pm-5pm

In this interactive workshop, participants will be encouraged to experiment with sound using digital and analogue tech, then relate these experiences to teaching practices, strategies and approaches to learning within a context of teaching information literacy. Themes will be emergent on the day, but the workshop design encourages exploration of the following: assumptions about group learning, group dynamics, lived experience of teaching and learning, session design and digital learning.



Write-up of #MindfulTech19 from Val Skelton (InfoTodayEurope):


Mindful tech – looking for new ways to engage with tech, work and nature 2019 is still new enough to adopt a more mindful approach to life and work. At an MmIT meeting, four speakers shared their thoughts about creating a healthy relationship with tech.


Webinar: Essential tools and technologies for the library and information professional in 2019 (2-3pm on Tuesday 12 February).  Hashtag: #AskMmIT19 Book at Speakers include Luke Burton (Newcastle City Libraries) and Claire Beecroft (University of Sheffield) and Mike Ewen (Hull University).  

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