Are you missing out on EBLIP10 this year? Then why not join in virtually and take in all the talks and activities from the comfort of your own home.

From June 17th -19th the 10th International Evidence Based Library and Information Practice Conference is in Glasgow. But for many people it can be impossible to get time off work or travel to attend. Now for the first time organisers are making the conference available online – giving professionals the chance to keep up with the latest industry news and innovations remotely.

For £65 virtual attendees will be able to view all the keynote speakers including David Stewart, President of CILIP; Dr Frankie Wilson, Head of Assessment at the Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford; and Donna Scheeder, Past President of IFLA and SLA.  

Virtual Benefits

Other presentations available online will include talks on topics such as Meeting User Needs; Value, Impact, and Outcomes; National Initiatives for Health Libraries; and Emerging Roles for Librarians.

If you can’t attend three-day EBLIP10 conference, you could opt to participate in some Continual Personal Development through attending the pre-conference workshops on Sunday June 16th. Sessions are available in areas covering advocacy and impact, using systematic reviews to support evidence-based practice, incorporating evidence-based practice, and outcome measurement in academic libraries. The half day workshops cost £50 each and include lunch. For more information on EBLIP, the virtual conference and the workshops you can email EBLIP10.