ASL2018 - FULL PROGRAMME

09.15-09.30  Registration - Refreshments, networking with colleagues, sponsors & exhibitors, visiting the poster session 

 

09.30-09.40  - Welcome & Introduction - Lecture Theatre

09.40 -09.50 - Platinum Sponsor Talk - Interleaf

09.50-11.20 -  Morning Talks

  • ‘Through the looking glass’ : re-imagining the LIST programme at Maynooth University Library: challenges & opportunities

Áine Carey, Maynooth University

  • Error correction and the perfectibility of the bibliographic record - John McManus, Trinity College Dublin

  • Supporting #LibFails: Breaking the Silence on Failure within a Teaching and Learning Community of Practice - Colleen Burgess, Huron University College Library

  • Try, try again: Experiments with academic skills and digital literacies workshops at NUI Galway - Kristopher Meen, NUI Galway

  • We have had this for +10 years – is perfection a mirage or a reality? The DIT’s experience - Israel G. Chidavaenzi, Dublin Institute of Technology

 Followed by panel discussion

11.20-11.50 - Refreshments, networking with colleagues, sponsors & exhibitors, visiting the poster session

11.50-12.45 - KEYNOTE 1 -  Duncan Chappell Academic Liaison Librarian Glasgow School of Art 

12.45-12.55 - Platinum Sponsor Talk, IEEE

12.55-14.05 - Lunch - Networking with colleagues, sponsors & exhibitors, visiting the poster exhibition

14.05-14.15 - Platinum Sponsor Talk, DBS Lecture Theatre

 

14.15-14.55 -  KEYNOTE 2 - Andrea Lydon, National Gallery of Ireland 'The art of survival' 

 

14.55-16.10 - Afternoon Talks

  • Designing, Issuing and Earning Digital Open Badges; Rudaí 23 a Practical Example - Stephanie Ronan and Niamh O’Donovan, Marine Institute and Galway County Library

  • Revealing Hidden Collections: How the National Library of Ireland is Trying to Try - Joanne Carroll, National Library of Ireland

  • The Critical Curator: The Success and Failures of a Staff Book Review Blog as a New Way of Promoting Stock, Marketing the Library, and Attracting Users - Mark Ward, South Dublin Libraries

  • From Woeful to WOW, Making Workshops Work - Niamh O’Sullivan and Jane Burns, Irish Blood Transfusion Service and Irish Hospice Foundation

 

Followed by panel discussion ​

16.10-16.30 - Poster Prize / Best Tweet Prize / Sponsor Quiz Prize / Wrap up and Close

 

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