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Calendar of Conferences


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Upcoming Events


Organisation   Time & Date Registration
ARLIS SW Visit to the National Oceanography Centre Library in Southampton  12th July  11:00am – 1:30pm 
Power Hour

AI Tools for information professionals 

AI Search engines

Creating video content with Canva - a Librarian's Power Hour

9 Jun 2023 12:00 - 13:00 

16 Jun 2023 12:00 - 13:00 

14 Jul 2023 12:00 - 13:00 




UKSG Introduction to E-Resources Online Seminar 2023 July 11  10:00 -July 13 2023 - 12:30 Registration
UKSG The Power of Storytelling in Diversity & Inclusion Work 16 June 13.00 BST  Registration
LUSTRE Exploring the Digital Record of Everyday Life in Covid-era Britain  14th June 14th 12:30 - 13:30  Registration
UKeiG  Natural Language Processing - an introduction for information professionals 28th June 1-4pm Registratoin
Academic Libraries North Decolonising literature searching (hosted online by Lancaster University) 30 June 10.30 - 12.00 Registration
CPD25 ASPECTS 2: The GLAM sector: what can we learn from Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums 6th June 4-6pm Registration
UKeiG Strategic Marketing for Libraries’  15 June 10 -1 pm   Registration
NAG How to Get the Most from Your Spend: An Introduction to Procurement for Librarians in Higher Education 7 June 11am Registration
RLUK Can the archives be decolonised? 30 May 2-3pm Registration
CSGUK Inspired Ideas from the Sharp End  30 June 10:00-3:30 Registration
UKSG Publication to press: building trust in research communication 27 June 10:00 -3:30  Registration

A Revolution in Science? How and why Research Assessment and Bibliometric Indicators need to change

Building Strategies for Managing Partnerships and Institutional eBook Sales

21 June

21 & 22 June


UKeiG Open Access and how to exploit it’  31 May 1-4pm Registration
CILIP Copyright Essentials June 2023
13 & 20 June, 10am-1pm both days Registration
CILIP Copyright Insights for Academic Librarians  31 May 10-1pm Registration
instats Using ChatGPT for Academic Publications and Grants Jul 18th, Oct 17th, Dec 5th Registration



SPSS seminar 

Stata seminar 

Mplus seminar 

R with RStudio seminar 

31 May

7 June

14 June

21 June






An article by Dan Cohen on Controlled Digital Lending and the recent court case between the Internet Archive and various publishers is a great overview of CDL, the current state of play in the US and more generally, the kind of transformations on ebooks have had on libraries. 


Council For Learning Resources In CollegesReflecting on the legacy of two years of pandemic trauma on students – Implications for Library and Learning Resource Services

The December 2022 issue of the IFLA Metadata Newsletter is now available.  Published twice a year, the Newsletter is a joint production of the IFLA Bibliography, Cataloguing, and Subject Analysis and Access Sections. 

Publishing in transformative journals to make your research openly available 19 December 2022

Teaching and Learning Perspectives on the EDUCAUSE 2023 Top 10 IT Issues

 IFLA Journal October 2022 

EDUCAUSE 2022 Horizon Action Plan: Hybrid Learning

EDUCAUSE Report 2022 Students and Technology Report: Rebalancing the Student Experience

EDUCAUSE Review Weathering the Storm: Targeted and Timely Analytics to Support Disengaged Students Sept 1st 2022

EDUCAUSE Review Digital Transformation in Higher Education: 7 Areas for Enhancing Digital Learning

2022 EDUCAUSE Horizon Report | Data and Analytics Edition

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CILIP Rare Books & Special Collections Newsletter

EDUCAUSE Review Artificial Intelligence: Where are we now. Special Report

EDUCAUSE Review Digital Transformation Special Report

ARL Research Library Issues no. 303 (2022): Future States of the Research Library

Future States of the Research Library: Claire Stewart, University of Nebraska–Lincoln Libraries

Library as Place: Kornelia Tancheva, University of Pittsburgh Library System

Impressions from a Former ARL LCDP Fellow of the Pandemons Class: Martha Alvarado Anderson, University of Arkansas Libraries

Mitigating Health Misinformation: Potential Roles for Academic Libraries: Jeffery L. Loo and Erik T. Mitchell, University of California San Diego Library