Using Special Collections in Research and Teaching- ALISS AGM 2013
May 22nd 12-4.30pm
This year the 2013 ALISS (Association of Librarians and Information Workers in the Social Sciences) AGM will be held on May 22nd at Senate House. http://www.senatehouseevents.co.uk/conferences It will focus on the theme of using special collections in teaching and research.
The 3 speakers will focus on different aspects of the issue and there will be opportunity for questions and discussion
- Archives in an online world the project to create a digital library at LSE- Ed Fay Digital Library manager, LSE
- Teaching and learning using archives and special collections. Geoff Browell Senior Archives Services Manager, King’s College London Archives, and Katie Sambrook, Special Collections Librarian, King’s College London
- Using social media to promote archive use, Laura Cowdrey, National Archives
The afternoon will begin with a buffet lunch from 12.00-1.00, followed by the AGM and then the main presentations and an optional tour of the special collections at Senate House Library. It will end at approximately 4.30pm
This event is free to all ALISS members. Non-members may attend at a fee of £20.00 but cannot vote during the AGM If you would like to reserve a place please contact.
Cancellations must be made within 1 week of the event. Please note that non-attendees or cancellations within 1 week of the event will be invoiced for the full cost of £20.