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Information for Library staff in support of professional development


Research environments of the future. Discussion on the role of artificial intelligence (AI) in scientific research, how AI needs to evolve, the challenges that might be faced during that evolution, and the research environments of the future
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All past OASPA webinars are available online. 

Normalizing Open Research practices via grassroots community-building. June 8th 2022 

Shadow Libraries and Access to Knowledge: Origins, Policies, Legality, and Accessibility (April 26 2022)

Making reporting easy and increasing visibility of open access publication output – a how-to webinar from OA Switchboard publisher participants (April 20 2022)

Researcher Focus 1: Researcher Needs, Common Values and Practices

Business Models for Open Access Books: A Compendium 


So can publishing respond to a crisis? An evidence-informed approach 


The Fully Open Access Agreement - an essential component of a diverse, open access world 


On track or off the rails? Australia’s open journey


Policy into Action: the UNESCO Recommendation on Open Science under the spotlight – actions for publishing Feb 2022


Open Book Metadata: Speaker key takeaways, attendee questions answered and webinar chat resources 


 Analyzing Open – Gaining Insights into Global OA eBook Usage -

Recordings of Webinars

Aliss show case researching women’s history, 28th April

View the slides from the event below



Virtual Reality and Learning: Leading the Way 


An Overview and Understanding of the Metaverse - YouTube


OA Switchboard webinar: Lessons Learned to Make Reporting Easy

As well as this recording, you can also find the full slide deck and answers to the Q&A from the webinar.


ALISS Wellbeing for staff (


Recorded session of UL  Microsoft SharePoint Live Webinar session. 


Watch RLUK Digital Shift Forum events on demand


Access the world’s research outputs through the CORE API 13th January 2022,  webinar on APIv3. There is a short blog post containing all the details about the webinar and its recording availabe at blog post


LAI Open Scholarship Group Librarians and Open Education November 30th 2021 - YouTube

Librarians and Open Education November 30th 2021

LevUL up Digital Skills 2021 | Microsoft Stream


 Studying library and information science


JISC new podcast series, Research Talk, exploring the role of technology, digital and data approaches to support the research and innovation sector alongside experts in the field.


cpd25 Virtual Annual Conference 2021: The Future of Libraries - M25 (


Empowering Libraries Through Controlled Digital Lending. Chris Freeland, Director of Open Libraries


The recordings from this year's LIR seminar series 'Shining a light in a post-truth era' have been added to the LIR website  . The talks are also available on the LIR You Tube channel 


CILIP Conference 2020 - opportunity to access content Fee £75

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The recorded presentations from our CONUL Conference Virtual Event 2021 are now available to view on the website

RLUK Conference – Research Libraries UK Conference

CILIP East Midlands 'Re-engaging Library Customers' recording


The recording of the OA Switchboard webinar Reporting Made Easy is now available: Reporting Made Easy recording 

NORF Open Research in Ireland webinars: Infrastructures for Open Research webinar recording 30.03.2021

Inspiring Ideas The Future of Libraries Helen Shenton, Librarian & College Archivist at Trinity College Dublin, in conversation with Roly Keating, Chief Executive of the British Library about the rapidly evolving nature and future of libraries.

Recent additions to the Learning Technology Forum website


WEBINAR OCLC at Virtual ALA Midwinter 2021 3 vidoes


ARL Library Assessments Conference 2020 Session recordings


Conul Webinars August 2019



Recordings of previous seminars are available to watch on the RLUK website:


  • Managing digital in a time of accelerating change – John Stack, Digital Director, Science Museum Group
  • Building digital skills and appetite for now and the future – Tiina Hill, Senior Manager, and James Akers, Tech Champion for Data Analytics and Insight, Digital Culture Network, Arts Council England
  • Managing the digital dystopia – Claire Warwick, Professor of Digital Humanities, Durham University
  • Pandemic effects and collection directions – Lorcan Dempsey, Vice President and Chief Strategist, OCLC

Pandemic Lessons for Course Design

Transitioning to new ways of working  supporting ourselves and our users-   the ALISS Christmas  hot chocolate and experience sharing event!

·         London South Bank University in the Time of Covid 

·         Teeside University Student Life services 

·         Supporting ourselves and our colleagues 

A video recording of The 6th Tony Kent Strix Annual Memorial Lecture 2020, hosted by the UK electronic information Group (UKeiG Thursday, 26th November 2020, is now available. It was delivered by the 2019 Strix award winner Professor Ingemar J. Cox, Department of Computer Science at University College London. PDF of the slides



Library Assessment Conference 2020

CONUL 5 Nov 2020 (Jane Secker) Exploring the intersections of scholarly communication and information v2

CONUL 5 Nov 2020 (Katie Evans) Research Evaluation and Information Literacy

CONUL 5 Nov 2020 (Samantha Holman) The Role of the ICLA Licence

CONUL 5 Nov 2020 (Michelle Dalton) Scholarly Communication and Information Literacy

CONUL 5 Nov 2020 (Hardy Schwamm) Learn, Share, Discuss – The Open Scholarship Community Galwayt

VitalSource Engagement and learning outcomes in an online learning environment, hosted by Anu Laitakari and Stephen Livesey, and moderated by Becky Hartnup. Recording

The first Digital Shift Forum event with Lorcan Dempsey from OCLC  you can watch a recording of Lorcan’s talk on ‘pandemic effects and collection directions’ on the RLUKDSF page

 IUA Future of Ireland Webinar: The pivotal role of universities for future skills and innovation. Recording of event, speakers include Simon Harris and Kerstin Mey

Workforce Excellence Conference 2020recordings of each individual session available to view here. The team have also put together this quick recap of #WEC2020 

RDA/OpenAIRE workshop on the 6th of May Building bridges across Open Science in the UK: The RDA UK/OpenAIRE Advance Joint Workshop. It featured speakers from the DCC, UKRI, the STFC, and DANS as well. Links to the slides and to the recording are embedded in the post.

ARLIS UK & Ireland recordings from 2018 conference

For a basic introduction to mindfulness, view an archived version of Katie Scherrer’s May 2018 Infopeople webinar.


In case you missed them, recordings of previous Clarivate Analytics webinars are available to download or stream at:

Please don’t miss the opportunity to request *free* customised webinars specifically tailored for your institution and designed for your intended target audience. Full details as posted previously at:

COVID-19: How to Cope with Ongoing Isolation"

IUA/EDTL - Planning for effective remote teaching during Covid-19

SLA Europe past Webinars are available on You Tube

UKSG 2020 Conference Recordings of presentations due to have been given at this year's conference.

For anyone involved in delivering online teaching and student support,De Montfort University created an online Sway presentation for library staff  that outlines various options and the advantages and disadvantages of each.

The Recording and Presentations from the IUA / EDTL Webinar – Planning for Remote teaching during Covid-19  

More information on the EDTL project and team can be found here

Recording of UKSG webinar - Knowledge justice on the internet: different ways of knowing and doing

Joint RDA UK and OpenAIRE Virtual Workshop Building Bridges across Open Science in th UK Recording
Redux online Monographs, open access and public policy: UKRI OA consultation 2020 recorded 23 April

COVID-19: Preparing and Implementing Tools to Reopen Post Stay-At-Home-Order Part 1 recorded 17th June 5pm

COVID-19: Preparing and Implementing Tools to Reopen Post Stay-At-Home-Order – Part 2

Open University Library event around taking your teaching online on 21st May and 3rd June called ‘Doing the COVID-19 pivot: How to deliver effective library teaching online’. Recordings available on OU YouTube channel together with links to slides, transcripts and other materials.

Part 1 - Technical Considerations

Part 2 - Designing for Online 

Part 3 - Accessibility 

The British Library are hosting a series of free webinars over the coming weeks which may be of interest to researchers and doctoral students

Recordings of previous Clarivate Analytics webinars are available to download or stream

Details of additional Clarivate Analytics webinars which may be of interest are also available

Free UKSG webinar: "Digital Scholarship and the Future of the Book" | Tuesday 16 June 2020 14.30 BST

"The Global Workplace Wellbeing Summit" Friday, 12th June from 9.00 am - 11.00 am BST. 

Free recording of April's webinar available at  "How are library and information professionals coping during the pandemic?"

Dr. Tony Bates has a free 12 part series of webinars on Teaching in a Digital Age

Library Skills 

Supporting managers to lead during coronavirus

Leadership skills for librarians and information professionals

The Best of Ex Libris Knowledge Days 2020

UKSG webinar: "Digital Scholarship and the Future of the Book"  Tuesday 16 June 2020 14.30 BST Recording available

Fireside Chat with Mary McAleese and Prof Brian MacCraith DCU Women in Leadership Annual Report launch



Webinar | Affective Labor Under COVID-19 (Recording)

Webinar | Transforming Your Orientation from On Ground to Online: Creating an Engaging Student Experience

Webinar | Using a Student Analytics Look Book to Highlight Data Value and Protection

Webinar | Assessing the User Experience: What Do Your Students Think?

Web of Science
Webinar |
Supporting COVID-19
research efforts: Tips to run more effective search strategies