South East

SLG National Conference 2018

Save the Date!  The Conference will be taking place in Milton Keynes, at the Kents Hill Park Conference Training Centre.  Booking will be open at the end of November, so watch this space, or follow the @CILIPSLG tweets.  

Two stellar keynote speakers have been confirmed - Professor Teresa Cremin who will be speaking on Building a Community of Readers, and Dame Alison Peacock who will be speaking on Learning Without Limits.

Watch this space!

'Sorry job, it's not you, it's me'

Natasha Chowdory, Knowledge & Information Communications Officer at Oxfam International, will share her experiences of job-hunting and provide tips and advice for finding a new role, including when you should start looking for jobs, and interview techniques. Natasha has also written extensively about her experiences of job-hunting on her blog.


The session will be a combination of a presentation and a workshop- so please bring a pen and paper for activities!


Affordable Futures: High-tech, low-cost Library innovations

The emergence of new technologies brings opportunities for Libraries and information services to improve and add value to the services that they offer.

However, it is not always clear how this can be achieved, or whether the cost of adding value can be met.

At this event you will hear about three practical, affordable, Library innovations and have the chance to try some of these technologies yourself.

Behind the scenes at Cecil Court’s antiquarian bookshops

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As part of the liaison work between CILIP’s Rare Books & Special Collections Group and the Antiquarian Booksellers’ Association (ABA), we are able to offer a visit to Cecil Court in the West End of London. Cecil Court contains about a dozen antiquarian book, map and print shops – see – most of which are members of the ABA.