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DAY 1 THURSDAY, 11 FEBRUARY 2016
 

TIME: 10.30-11.00 - Registration

Refreshments - Networking with colleagues, sponsors & exhibitors, visiting the poster exhibition

 

TIME: 11.00-11.10 -  Welcome & Introduction

 

TIME: 11.10-12.00 - KEYNOTE 1

Alison Macrina, Founder and Director of the Library Freedom Project 

TITLE: Privacy and intellectual freedom in the age of mass surveillance 

 

TIME: 12.00-12.30 -  Who's louder than a librarian from New York? Loving to learn is the key to developing a career in the Library & Information sector  

 Jane Burns (RCSI & UCD) 

 

TIME: 12.30-12.40 - Platinum Sponsor Talk - IEEE

 

TIME: 12.40-13.00 - Lightning Presentations 

  1. Telling stories and engaging the public: experiments in online exhibitions at the Library of Trinity College Dublin - Greg Sheaf & Estelle Gittins (TCD) 

  2. Smashing student stereotypes : the SLIP Ireland venture Clare Murnane & Helena Byrne

 

TIME: 13.00-13.30 - Parallel Case Studies (Choose one) 

  1. Innovating our initiation : re-imagining a first year library orientation programme to closely align with the teaching and learning objectives of IT Carlow - Brigid Carey (IT Carlow)

  2. Developing a quality library marketing mix - Joshua Clarke (UCD)

  3. HEAR the health librarians  get loud! - Anne Madden (St Vincent's Hospital) & Aoife Lawton (HSE)

 

TIME: 13.30-14.30 - Lunch 

 

TIME: 14.30 - 15.00 - Parallel Case Studies (Choose one) 

  1. Gollum and the librarians: what is really precious - Elaine Harrington (UCC)

  2. Librarian as publisher - Alexander Kouker & Conor Murphy (DBS) 

  3. It will be all right on the night: DCU Library in the Digital Humanities - Peter Dudley & Siobhan Dunne (DCU) 

 

TIME: 15.00-15.15 - Comfort Break 

 

TIME: 15.15-16.15 - Parallel Workshops (Choose one) 

  1. Raising our profile : 3 practical approaches to being seen and heard: posters, doctral research and peer reviewed articles -Laura Connaughton (Maynooth University), Mary Delaney (IT Carlow) & Helen Fallon (Maynooth University)

  2. Planning a symposium to  promote your collection - Joanne Carroll (Irish Film Archive) & Marta Bustillo (TCD)

 

TIME: 16.20-16.50 

Rudai23: An online course to upskill the 21st century librarian   

Niamh O Donovan (Galway County Libraries), Stephanie Ronan (Marine Institute Galway) & Caroline Rowan (St Michael's Hospital)  

 

TIME: 16.50-17.00 - Wrap up and Close

 

TIME: 17.00-17.30 - Poster Session - Presenters available to talk about their posters

 

TIME: 17: 30-19.00 - Drinks & Canapés - Hosted by the A & SL Section Committee

 

 

DAY 2 FRIDAY, 12 FEBRUARY 2016
 

TIME: 09.00-09.30 - Registration

Refreshments - Networking with colleagues, sponsors & exhibitors, visiting the poster session

 

TIME: 09.30-09.40 - Welcome & Introduction

 

TIME: 09.40-10.30 - KEYNOTE 2

Sandra Collins, Director National Library of Ireland

TITLE: Learning while building a new strategy for the National Library of Ireland

 

TIME: 10.30-11.00

Radical librarianship: the politics and mechanics of DIY culture and how librarianship might be able to learn from grassroots organisations -  Kevin Sanders (University of Bath)

 

TIME: 11.00-11.10 - Platinum Sponsor Talk - ProQuest

 

TIME: 11.10-11.40 - Refreshments - Networking with colleagues, sponsors & exhibitors, visiting the poster session

 

TIME: 11.40-12.30 - KEYNOTE 3

Jan Parry (Immediate Past President of CILIP)

TITLE: The Essential Role of Information Professionals : Supporting the Hillsborough Independent Panel

 

12.30-13.00 - Parallel Case Studies (Choose one) 

  1. The social librarian : facilitating smart communities - Caitriona Sharkey (EY) 

  2. Preserving the past : a case study of the St Canice's Library collection at Maynooth University Library - Barbara McCormack & Susan Durack (Maynooth University) 

  3. Make some noise with social media: a snapshot of the challenges, opportunities and best practice when using social media in an academic library - Rónán Lynch (IT Carlow)

 

TIME: 13.00-14.15 - Lunch - Networking with colleagues, sponsors & exhibitors, visiting the poster exhibition

 

TIME: 14.20-15.20 - Parallel Workshops (Choose one) 

  1. Develop your creativity to engage students deeper - Peter Reilly (University of Limerick)

  2. Practical tools to safeguard digital privacy: what you can do to protect your patrons, in and out of the library - Alison Macrina (Founder and Director of the Library Freedom Project

  3. Outreach in 140 characters - Karolina Badzmierowska & Prof Susan Schreibman (Letters of 1916 Project / An Foras Feasa / Maynooth University)

 

TIME: 15.20-15.50 - Poster Session - Presenters available to talk about their posters

 

TIME: 15.50-16.30 - Lightning Presentations 

1. Smashing stereotypes : from shush to showcase - Mary Dunne & Mairea Nelson (Health Research Board) 

2. The spinster librarian and the women of 1916: smashing both stereotypes - Orla Nic Aodha (St Patrick's College, DCU

3. The Heritage Council library and information management project - Siobhan McGuinness (Heritage Council) 

4. Changing spaces , changing roles: managing events at MU Library - Elaine Bean (Maynooth University

 

TIME: 16:30-16:45 - PRIZES: Best poster, Best live tweet, Sponsor quiz prize   

TIME: 16:45 - Wrap up and Close

 

 

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