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WHELF and Jisc are pleased to announce that our Excluded Voices conference is now open for booking: WHELF Excluded Voices Conference  Outline Programme 24th May  10.00 – 10.05 – welcome and introduction from Alison Harding as WHELF Chair  10.05 – 11.05: Keynote Session 1: …

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WHELF and Jisc are pleased to announce that our Excluded Voices conference is now open for booking: WHELF Excluded Voices Conference  Outline Programme 22nd April  10.00 – 10.05 – welcome and introduction from Alison Harding as WHELF Chair  10.05 – 11.05: Keynote Session 1:  Let the East …

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WHELF and Jisc are pleased to announce that our Excluded Voices conference is now open for booking. The conference will focus on recognising the structural inequalities which are often present in our collections and services, and on showcasing initiatives and …

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Using Living Books to help to develop understanding across diverse experiences and cultures 10.00-11.30 Wednesday 10th March via Zoom Philippa Price will share her experience of helping to organise ‘ABrave New World: Resilience and community’, an online event atSwansea University …

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Excluded Voices – a WHELF Conference WHELF are organising a free one-day conference on Excluded Voices and our Collections to be held online, on 22nd April 2021. We’d like to invite colleagues from the libraries, museums and heritage sector organisations across the …

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WHELF is changing its Staff Development programme in 2018-2019. Building on our successful Teachmeets and other events, we want to facilitate exchanges of experience, drawing on the expertise we have in Wales and strengthening collaboration within the sector. We aim …

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WHELF was very pleased to have Andy Priestner run a UXLibs workshop at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David, Carmarthen campus on 30th June 2017. Many thanks to Nina Whitcombe (Swansea University) and Sue House (University of South Wales) …

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Thank you to the University of Wales Trinity Saint David and Swansea University for organizing another successful and informative Gregynog Colloquium this year.  The speakers’ presentations are now available on the Colloquium website: Mon-Weds: http://www.gregynog-lis.org/library-speakers-presentations/ Weds-Fri: http://www.gregynog-lis.org/it-speaker-biographies/ Thank you also …

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I recently attended the CILIP Cymru/Wales conference held in Llandudno 11th-12th May 2017. Thank you to MALD (Welsh Government, Museum, Archives & Libraries Division) for providing me with a sponsored place for the Thursday, this is my report from some …

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WHELF Research Group event Please join us to hear invited research staff describe their research lifecycle, pressure points, and support they find useful from the library service.  We also have guest speaker Dr Penny Dowdney who will share her expertise …

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