We are trying something new for our next chat! On Tuesday 29th October, #uklibchat team member Gaby Koenig will be giving a virtual tour of her workplace, The Curve, Slough … Continue reading
We’ve been looking for new things to try – including our Virtual tour of one of our committees’ library – and this collaboration fit in very well with that. So … Continue reading
With the summer holidays quickly becoming a distant memory, our next #uklibchat topic on Monday 7th October (7-8.30 p.m. BST) is on teaching in librarianship.
From the creation of the project brief to the eventual hand-over of the building, years can elapse. These are years where you can’t afford to stand still and wait for the new or refurbished building to be delivered. If you don’t push ahead with your service then you may well find yourself drifting behind, pinning all your hopes on a building project to revive your fortunes.
Join us on 5 August from 7pm (BST) for a discussion about Library building and refurbishment projects.
#uklibchat July 1st Information for patients and their families: Making sure it is based on best evidence
The next #uklibchat will take place on 1st July, 19.00-20.30 UK time (BST). Our topic this month will be Information for patients and their families: Making sure it is based on … Continue reading
Earlier this week we had a great chat on the topic of User Experience Research in Libraries. We were very fortunate to have Andy, Helen and Bryony from the UXLibs … Continue reading
Hi everyone! I’m excited to announce that I’ve joined the #uklibchat team. My name’s Caitlin – you might have seen me in various chats as @scaredycait – and I’m … Continue reading
The next #uklibchat will take place on 3rd June, 19.00-20.30 UK time (BST). Our topic this month will be user experience (UX) research in libraries. If you’ve not encountered this … Continue reading
In May we discussed the topic of changing roles, and the opportunities and challenges this can bring. We talked about how particular strategies, networks or individuals have helped us when … Continue reading