CILIP Cymru Wales Conference 14th-15th May 2015: Ready for business

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The 2015 CILIP Cymru Wales Library and Information Conference

14th -15th May, Marriott Hotel, Swansea

Cross Sector Library and Information Conference

Exhibition space available
To guarantee hotel accommodation, please book by 10th April
Discount rate for CILIP Members
Early Bird Rate until 17th April

Book now
http://www.cilip.org.uk/cilip-cymru-wales/events/2015-cilip-cymru-wales-library-information-conference-14th-15th-may-swansea

Programme: Ready for business / Yn barod am fusnes

THURSDAY 14th May

Keynote Speaker: Ken Skates AM, Deputy Minister, Culture, Tourism and Sport

Helen Osborn, Director of Library Services, Libraries NI:  A single library service

Liz McCarthy, Communications and Social Media Officer, Bodleian Libraries
Engaging audiences with digital: Hackathons at the Bodleian Libraries

Jan Parry, CILIP President

Workshops
What is Customer Journey
Fundraising for libraries
Professional Development
Returning to the profession
Service Delivery Model case studies
Current issues in RFID
BusinessLine
PLUS Tir na n-Og Award, the winner of the 2015 English award Conference Dinner, including Welsh Librarian of the Year Award

FRIDAY 16th May
Lorraine Beard, Head of Digital technologies & Services, Manchester University
Leadership and Embedding Innovation

Peter Gaw, Nottinghamshire County Council
Developing and delivering sustainable services in times of change

David McMenemy, University of Strathclyde
Synthesising political philosophy & professional ethics for effective advocacy

Mark Hughes, Head of Collections, Swansea University
Gareth Owen, WHELF Shared LMS Project Manager
Transitioning a vision to reality: benefits realisation from the WHELF Shared Library system project

Gary Green, Public Librarian and founder member of Voices for the Library
The Library A to Z: crowd-sourced advocacy
Workshops

Working with Friends and the Community
A new way to learn? Bite-sized online training at Swansea University
Promoting your service
Library based partnership working as a response to the health and wellbeing Agenda:
Establishing a frontline service and developing staff knowledge.

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