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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

YLG East Midlands CKG Choices Day

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Invitation to colleagues in Libraries and Schools in the East Midlands to join us to talk about our short list for these prestigious book awards

More information about the awards can be found at www.carnegiegreenawayawards.org.uk

To reserve your place or to find out more about the event please contact: EMYLG Chair Steve Powell steve.powell@inspireculture.org.uk

YLG Yorkshire and the Humber Day School: Rhymers will be Readers with the wonderful Lucinda Geoghegan!

10am - 4pm Heritage Quay, University of Huddersfield

Invigorate your rhyme time sessions in this fun-filled, practical course.

Lucinda Geoghegan is the Education Director for the National Youth Choir of Scotland and her work across the UK, and internationally, includes staff development training with library assistants, librarians, EY practitioners and teachers. She delivers Bookbug training sessions for Scottish Booktrust and presents sessions on Kodály methodology. Join Lucinda and be inspired!

Health Literacy Skills and Partnership Working for Public and Health Librarians

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Libraries support wellbeing in a number of ways, not least by providing health information. The SCL Health Offer and the Libraries Taskforce ‘healthier and happier lives’ purpose, illustrate how public libraries have come to see this as part of their core remit. Healthcare professionals rely on the information that information specialists can provide both them and their patients. This event demonstrates best practice for finding and sharing health information. It also explores partnership working opportunities between Librarians from different sectors and professional care givers.

Improving Library and Information Services: Phenomenographically!

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Join Sheila Webber, Bill Johnston, Eva Hornung and Lauren Smith as they explore phenomenography as a research approach and how it can be useful to you and your organisation when planning for future service development, redesign or developing partnerships. There will be opportunity to exchange experience, learn about the approach and gain confidence in applying it.

Finding secrets: the legal and ethical pursuit of competitive intelligence

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Want to learn how to legally and ethically obtain information on competitors and other companies? Then this in-depth course is for you! Whether you are researching your own organisation's competitors, or helping them understand clients, this one day workshop will look at key resources for gathering and analysing information on competitors and customers.

This event is suitable for Knowledge Managers, Knowledge Officers, Information Managers, Information Officers, Researchers, Librarians and other information Professionals.

Lunch and refreshments are included.