Monthly Archives: April 2012

Don’t start with the new shiny thing!

I was recently able to attend one of the social media strategy training days that have been organised as part of the marketing strand of Libraries Inspire. The team at Wrexham had commissioned Howard Scott (@Howard_Scott), a digital media expert, … Continue reading

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Calling librarians who do research

Are you a librarian in the UK or the Republic of Ireland who also does some library research? If so, you could be nominated for the Library and Information Science (LIS) Practitioner Researcher Excellence Award. The LIS Research Coalition is … Continue reading

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Have a say in CILIP’s draft body of professional knowledge

Are you interested in what professional knowledge and skills are expected of new and current library staff? If so, you may want to take a look at the draft version of CILIP’s body of professional knowledge. They are consulting on … Continue reading

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