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A Twitter-friendly CILIP London meeting

Last week, I attended my second ever CILIP London meeting. As well as getting a chance to catch up with those members of CILIP London I already knew, and meet a few more I didn’t, I got to hear 2010 CILIP President Biddy Fisher talk about the results of the CILIP Defining Our Professional Future […]

Escaping the Echo Chamber with SLA Europe

Last night, Ned Potter (aka thewikiman) and I did a presentation for SLA Europe at the City Business Library on the Echo Chamber, alongside Bethan Ruddock and Jo Anderson talking about Voices for the Library. It was a roaring success – despite some initial difficulties! Poor Ned was stuck in traffic for most of the […]

Escaping the Echo Chamber

Just a quick note to say that me and Ned Potter will be speaking about the Echo Chamber problem in libraries at a number of events over the next few months. Booking is now open for our talk at the City Business Library on 24 November, organised by SLA Europe, and also featuring Bethan Ruddock and Jo […]

Second echo chamber presentation – help needed!

Due to popular demand, and us being ridiculously keen about the whole idea, me and Ned Potter (aka thewikiman) will be running a repeat of our Echo Chamber presentation for SLA Europe on the 24th November. We’d love to have someone else along this time, to provide another perspective – maybe some practical experience to […]

Library Day in the Life Round 5: Wednesday

I am taking part in the Library Day in the Life this week. I am currently working as an information assistant at a London law firm. As I’ve taken part in the project twice before, I’ve decided that rather than write a full account of each day (which gets rather repetitive), I’m going to pick […]

Library Day in the Life Round 5: Tuesday

I am taking part in the Library Day in the Life this week. I am currently working as an information assistant at a London law firm. As I’ve taken part in the project twice before, I’ve decided that rather than write a full account of each day (which gets rather repetitive), I’m going to pick […]

Library Day in the Life Round 5: Monday

I am taking part in the Library Day in the Life this week. I am currently working as an information assistant at a London law firm. As I’ve taken part in the project twice before, I’ve decided that rather than write a full account of each day (which gets rather repetitive), I’m going to pick […]

CILIP Yorkshire & Humberside members day 2010

On the train on the way home from the members day now, so thought I’d jot some thoughts down while it’s all still fresh in my mind. I’m posting this via email from my phone, which I’ve never tried doing before, so apologies if the formatting/spelling is a bit off! I’m really glad I got […]

Marketing the Information Profession: Escaping the Echo Chamber

Well, the day has finally arrived! Ned Potter (aka thewikiman) and I will be presenting our talk on Escaping the Echo Chamber this afternoon, from 2.30 to 3.30 pm, at the CILIP Yorkshire and Humberside Members Day. We really want this to be an interactive session, so we’d like to invite anyone who’s online this […]

Shameless self promotion

Couple of things: firstly, the article I wrote about Tweeting at conferences etc following this incident is in the current CILIP Gazette. Through the miracle of modern technology, you can see the article here! Secondly, the CILIP Yorkshire and Humberside Members Day, which was unfortunately cancelled several months ago, has been rescheduled. So the presentation […]

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