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Future Proofing the Library

Future Proofing the Library - addressing the issues of today for an innovative tomorrow

The Multimedia, Information and Technology Group is proud to present Future Proofing the Library, our January 2018 seminar incorporating the AGM for 2017.

Join us at this free event to hear a series of inspiring talks about this topic:

1.30 Welcome by Chair Andy Tattersall

1.40 Dave Parkes - Leicester De Montfort University

Future Proofing the Library

Future Proofing the Library - addressing the issues of today for an innovative tomorrow

The Multimedia, Information and Technology Group is proud to present Future Proofing the Library, our January 2018 seminar incorporating the AGM for 2017.

Join us at this free event to hear a series of inspiring talks about this topic:

1.30 Welcome by Chair Andy Tattersall

1.40 Dave Parkes - Leicester De Montfort University

Annual Christmas Pub Quiz of the CILIP ARLG London and South East Region

You are cordially invited to attend the quiz, with an enjoyable friendly atmosphere and plenty of opportunities for informal contacts and social networking.

There is an entrance charge of £3 (ARLG members) and £5 (non-members) (cash only) to cover room booking costs, and food and drinks will be available to purchase from the bar downstairs. (Please note that the room booked is up a flight of stairs)

ARLG (London & SE) visit to the Guildhall School of Music & Drama

The ARLG-LASE Group cordially invites you to join our visit to the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, on Tuesday December 5th 2017, from 2-3.30 pm.

The maximum attendance is 15 people, & the visit will include a guided tour by the Librarian Kate Eaton & her staff, with refreshments & a Q & A session at the end.

The School was founded in September 1880, & moved into its new extension at Milton Court in Autumn 2013, with 800 enrolled students.

ARLG London & SE Annual General Meeting and presentation on Radical Librarianship

There will be an opportunity to network with colleagues, including ARLG London and South East Committee members, prior to the AGM, which will be followed by a talk by Binni Brynolf (Digital Resources Librarian, Royal Institute of International Affairs, Chatham House Library) entitled “An introduction to radical librarianship”.

 

Radical librarianship concerns the ethical foundations of our profession, including the fundamental belief that information should be accessible for all without discrimination. Radical

UKeiG CPD Event: Digital Literacy in the Workplace

UKeiG is launching a programme of multi-speaker, networking events, which will enable like-minded librarians and information professionals to meet up at CILIP in London to share and discuss their knowledge and experience in a range of key areas.

Digital literacy is fundamental to the efficiency and competency of organisations and the workforce in the knowledge economy. Library and information professionals are essential in supporting, encouraging and developing the skills and competencies required for success.