Programme 2016

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Tuesday 12 July

08:15 Registration, refreshments and exhibition
10:00 Welcome
10:15 Keynote:
Scott Bonner, Ferguson Municipal Public Library – What we did in Ferguson: a
 warts-and-all telling of stories
11:00 Refreshments and exhibition
11.40 Managing Information Everyday Innovation Using Technology Fringe Your career
Managing Information

1. Valuing IM
Stephen Phillips, Executive Director, Morgan Stanley

2. Determining how information literacy adds value in the workplace
Andrew Whitworth, Senior Lecturer, Manchester Institute of Education, University of Manchester, UK & Stéphane Goldstein, Executive Director, InformAll

Everyday Innovation

1. Walking out of the library: engaging non-traditional library users outside of the library space
Amy Hearn, Librarian, Kirklees Libraries & Tiffany Haigh, Librarian, Kirklees Libraries

2. Reads and rights: celebrating equality and diversity in the library collections at Bath Spa University Library
Alison Baud, Director of Library and Learning Services, Bath Spa University

3. Libraries really do change lives!
John Vincent, Networker, The Network

Using Technology

1. From volumes to values – improving how we measure digital engagement
Douglas White, Head of Advocacy, Carnegie UK Trust

2. TeenTech: integrating research and information literacy in our future
Jane Secker, Copyright and Digital Literacy Advisor, London School of Economics and Political Science & Rebecca Jones, Learning
Enrichment & Support Co-ordinator, Malvern St James (Worcestershire)

Fringe
Q&A Session with Scott Bonner
Your career

Shouting about the value of our skills
Alison Brettle; Dawn Finch, CILIP President; Jan Parry, Immediate Past President; & Kate Arnold, CILIP Vice-President

12:40 Lunch and exhibition
14:00 Parallel sessions: Session 1 – Becci Louise, Poet and Educator Session 2 – Health Session
14:40 Room change
14.50 Managing Information Everyday Innovation Using Technology Fringe Your career
Managing Information

1. Managing information is our best defence
Rebecca Dorsett, DE&S Airworthiness Information and Knowledge Manager, Ministry of Defence

2. Systematising Shakespeare: The Royal Shakespeare
Company’s journey from image management darkness to
DAM enlightenment
Michelle Morton, Image Manager, Royal Shakespeare Company & Patrick Towell, Chief Executive, Golant Media Ventures

Everyday Innovation

1 . Using a business approach to developing a library service
Neil Infield, Manager, Business & IP Centre, British Library

2. Marketing and user engagement in a library mutual
James Powell, Marketing Manager & Krystal Vittles, Innovation and Development Manager, Suffolk Libraries

Using Technology

1. A collaborative approach to digital inclusion
Sharon Wagg, Research Co-ordinator and Luke Wilson, Project Delivery Manager, Tinder Foundation

2. Protecting patron privacy in the surveillance age
Alison Macrina, Director, Library Freedom Project

Fringe

Librarians I have loved…a love letter’ followed by Q&A session

Chris Riddell, Children’s Laureate, Illustrator and Writer

Your career
Developing leaders in the profession: Tales from the CILIP Leadership Programme
Jo Alcock, Research Fellow, Evidence Base at Birmingham City University & the CILIP Leadership Programme
15:50 Refreshments and exhibition
16.30 Managing Information Everyday Innovation Using Technology Fringe Your career
Managing Information

1. Supporting the role of copyright related risk in the workplace: the legislative context and business case
Naomi Korn, Trustee, CILIP Board, Director, Naomi Korn Copyright Consultancy Ltd

2. Information governance : models for delivery
Elizabeth Lomas, Senior Lecturer in Information Governance, Library and Information Studies Programme, University College London

Everyday Innovation

1. Easy Read Project – Developing literacies through bespoke library resources
Kate, Grigsby, Librarian, Bolton College & Rebecca Davison, LRC Assistant, Bolton College

2. Developing digital literacy skills in academic and professional staff
Jennifer Wilson, Academic Librarian, Leeds Beckett University & Laurence Morris, Academic Librarian, Leeds Beckett University

Using Technology

1. The Bodleian Libraries and social media: how we succeed with our strategy
Adam Koszary, Communications and Social Media Officer, Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford

2. The secret online lives of teenagers – How adolescents seek information using social media
Lara Dodd, PhD Student, Northumbria University

Fringe
Carnegie Library Lab Innovation Showcase and Workshop: “Digital Toyboxes” and “Rub-a-dub-hub”
David Hayden, Edinburgh City Libraries; Eileen Russell, Libraries NI; Jenny Peachey, Carnegie UK Trust; and Tom Forrest, Carnegie Associate
Your career
Using the Impact Toolkit to advocate for your service or skills
Juanita Foster-Jones, Development Officer (VLE), CILIP
17:30 Close of conference
17:45 Jubilee Library Tour
19:30 Party on the pier
23:00 Close

Wednesday 13 July

08:15 Registration, refreshments and exhibition
08.30 Bibliotheca Breakfast Seminar : make light work of digital collection development
Joanna Ellis, Digital Collection Development Specialist, Bibliotheca & Matt Coombe, Business Development Manager, Bibliotheca
09.45 Welcome
10:00 Keynote:
Sir Nigel Shadbolt, Professor of Computer Science, University of Oxford & Principal of Jesus College – The opportunities and challenges of open data
10.45 Refreshments and exhibition
11.25 Managing Information Everyday Innovation Using Technology Fringe Your career
Managing Information

1. The changing KM landscape, the future of KM and our role in it as KM professionals
Paul Corney, Managing Partner, Knowledge et al

2.“It’s about relationships, really…” How a public sector partnership has made it easier for partners to share knowledge
Andy Bent, Policy, Performance and Partnerships Officer, Manchester Metropolitan University/Bolton Council

Everyday Innovation

1. Innovation, collaboration and enhancing learning: developing a shared virtual enquiry service for university libraries in the north of England
Liz Jolly , Director, Library and Information Services, Teesside University & Sue White, Director of Computing and Library Services, University of Huddersfield

2. Libraries & NHS Trust working in partnership
Catherine Mann, Libraries and Arts Manager, Staffordshire County Council

Using Technology

1. Are your eBooks being used?
Jo Alcock, Research Fellow, Evidence Base at Birmingham City University

2.Making the most of Wi-Fi – Measuring the impact
Brian Ashley, Director, Libraries, Arts Council England & Ben Lee, Programme Director, Shared Intelligence

Fringe
Discussion Session: Thinking through every day innovation, using technology and managing information
Facilitated by Tom Forrest, Carnegie Associate  and chaired by Douglas White, Carnegie UK Trust
Your career
Tools to help you build your career
Presented by the CILIP Member Services Team
12:25 Lunch and exhibition
13.45 Managing Information Everyday Innovation Using Technology Fringe Your career
Managing Information

1. Advocating information assets: the Archive Service Accreditation Scheme?
Steve Skeldon, Postgraduate Researcher, University of Edinburgh

2. Data Stewardship – A Case Study in Unlocking the Value of Data
Philippa Fogarty, Associate Principal, X4 Consulting Limited & Richard Turton, Senior Consultant, X4 Consulting Limited

Everyday Innovation

1 . The outcomes of reading for pleasure and empowerment
Laura Venning, Evaluation and Impact Research Manager, The Reading Agency

2. Involvement increases influence: understanding the power of what we do
Karen Robinson, Research and Development Leader, Bolingbroke Academy

Using Technology

1. Making library makers: A practical guide to developing digital making opportunities through openness and collaboration
Kate Lomax, CoFounder, Artefacto & Carlos, Izsak, Founder, Makercart

2. Fab Labs: Spaces that jostle with challenges and opportunities
Charlotte Collyer, Enterprise and Fab Lab Manager, Devon Libraries

Fringe

Update on ‘Libraries Deliver: Ambition for Public Libraries in England 2016-2021’

Kathy Settle, Chief Executive: Leadership for Libraries Taskforce

 

Your career
Professional Registration Cafe
Presented by the CILIP Member Services Team
14.45 Refreshments and exhibition
15.25 Keynote:
Lauren Smith, Research Associate, School of Education, University of Strathclyde – From the bronze age to big data: why knowledge matters
16.30 Conference close