Free Access to Papers and Slides from our Previous Events!
- Aliss showcase environmental sustainability July 2022
- Aliss Showcase Researching Women’s History April 2022
- Aliss well being event January 2022.
- Royal College of Nursing Library – RCN Library’s Inclusion Café Book Club, a bi-monthly online club to chat, relax and learn more about diversity in nursing and beyond. Janan Nuri, Customer Services Information Assistant, RCN Library and Archive Service
- See the padlet of shared experiences on challenges, tips and suggested tools
Aliss Showcase Key resources for Social Scientists : Oral history Archives: Hidden Voices Online.3rd November 2021
- Library of Lost Government Content: the latest Aliss Showcase of Key resources for Social Scientists 24th June 2021
- 11th March 2020 we held the first ALISS showcase. The first event for international Women’s day included: Gillian Murphy, LSE Library. The Women’s Library at LSE
Emma Pizarro, LSE Library . Oral history Collections online: The Suffrage Interviews and Greenham Women Everywhere
Katrina Georgiades- British Library . An overview of collection items relating to women’s political history and enfranchisement at the British Library with an especial focus on remote resources. Highlights included: British Library player contains events; Remote access electronic resources for registered users British Library Sounds- pioneering women In-depth oral history interviews documenting the lives of pioneering British women who pursued successful careers in their respective fields Sisterhood and After exhibition Listen to the voices of feminists who were at the forefront of the Women’s Liberation Movement in the 1970s and 80s. In addition to the interviews, explore the themes to discover the background to the movement and download our teaching resources for use in the classroom.Spare rib– digitised selections British Library social welfare portal– curated subject materials UK webarchive – snapshots of websites over time good for tracing issues Gender equality collection.
Feminist Library of London
The Library holds a large archive collection of feminist literature, particularly Women’s Liberation Movement materials dating from the late 1960s to the 1990s, and materials from activist mobilisations post-2004. staff spoke about the history of the Library and the unique classification system used to organise the material
- 2020 Christmas event. Transitioning to new ways of working – supporting ourselves and our users- the ALISS Christmas hot chocolate and experience sharing event!
- AGM 2019- Developing Inclusive Collections and Services to Empower our Users
- 2018 Social Science Master class workshop. Aston University
- AGM 2018 – Becoming a CPD Superhero
- 2017 Christmas Event How do you know if it worked? Evaluating library projects and services
- 2017 Summer conference – Amazing spaces: using library design to enhance organisational goals and user satisfaction
- AGM 2017: Engaging with our users through innovative communication.
- 2016 Christmas event: EBooks: the changing nature of use and publishing
- 2016 Summer Conference – Doing more with less
- 2016 April event Getting them in and keeping them: effective practice for Libraries and information Services.
- AGM June 2016 – Copyright Keeping legal and advising our users.
- 2015 Christmas Event: Libraries and innovations in learning
- 2015 Summer Conference – Crowdsourcing the Library and archive
- 2015 AGM- What do 21st Century users expect from a Library- How can we deliver it?
- 2015- Supporting Practitioners in Health and Social Care. Half day conference.
- 2014 Christmas event: Legal Deposit in the Digital Age
- 2014 Summer Conference- Developing Staff: Innovation and Creativity
- 2014 AGM 2014: Developing Digital Literacies for a Digital World to develop library services
- 2013 Christmas event: Collaborate, engage and invigorate- Working with our user communities to develop library services
- 2013 Summer Conference: Supporting Evolving Research Needs
- 2013 AGM – Using Special Collections in Research and Teaching