Where do you do your research? Where do you find reliable information sources?
Should we be using the library catalogue, discovery services, open resources, or even Wikipedia? Join us to hear about some unusual approaches to finding content, alongside some we are more familiar with.
JIBS User Group is pleased to announce that booking is now open for this event:
Tuesday 22nd July 2014 10am registration for a 10.30 am start. Close by 4pm.
University of London
London WC1E 7HXProposed Programme:
10:00 - registration and refreshments
10:30 - Welcome and housekeeping,
10:35 - Keynote speaker: Professor Frank Rennie, Assistant Principal (Research, Enterprise, and Development), University of the Highlands and Islands.
11:15 - Bianca Kramer, Vakspecialist Beta , Universiteitsbibliotheek Utrecht ‘The Utrecht Approach’
11:45 - Andrew Gray, Library, British Antarctic Survey and Wikimedian in residence, British Library
12:15 - Lunch
13:15 - Diane Thomas, WOS - WOS and working with Google Scholar
13:45 - Intota: Phill Hall, Senior Sales Specialist, ProQuest Workflow Solutions
14:15 - EDS, Clive Wright Ebsco Director of Discovery Innovation
14:50 - Tea
15:10 - Panel discussion with speakers
15:45 - Closing remarks
16:00 - close
To book and to see the full programme please visit the JIBS website:
Please contact Fiona Bowtell with any queries. Fiona.email@example.com<mailto:Fiona.firstname.lastname@example.org>
*Please note that JIBS member institutions may send one free delegate and have additional places at a rate of £50 per delegate.
Non-members will be charged at our standard rate of £150 per person.
Any cancellations must be received by Wednesday 16th July. Booked places not cancelled by this date will be invoiced at the relevant rate.