cpd25 are planning to host the following events and visits. Once dates have been confirmed, these will be added to the Events Calendar where bookings can be made:
Annual SLA Conference
We were hoping to hold our 13th SLA conference this summer, but have had to postpone it because of the current circumstances. It’s a highlight of the cpd25 calendar and is very popular, with some SLAs attending regularly. Don’t worry, we’re already planning the conference for next year (possibly a bit earlier than usual) and promise it will be as good as ever!
Applying UX techniques – a practical using observation and analysing the results, along with sharing UX experiences from other libraries
Donna Lanclos, Consulting Anthropologist, who will lead an exercise on using Ethnographic Observations, followed by discussions from London South Bank University, City, and Westminster about how their library teams have used UX to make service improvements.
Managing Student Behaviour
This 1 day workshop will examine approaches to managing student behaviour supportively and collaboratively, while maintaining an appropriate environment for learning and teaching support. Watch Ash Charlton introducing the workshop here:
cpd25 Aspects Programme
Aspects is a series of introductory career focused workshops on topical areas of library information work:
Effective communication: the fundamentals
Communications expert Wendy Smith will cover the fundamental skills needed to be able to work professionally with anyone and everyone you come into contact with. Find out how to fine-tune and adapt your style in response to different situations, and leave feeling confident in your abilities.
So you want to be a Subject Librarian?
In this event, both recently appointed and more experienced Subject Librarians will discuss their routes into Subject Librarianship and what they have learned along the way. They will discuss the key aspects of the role and provide advice for those who want to take a similar path.
The GLAM Sector: what can we learn from Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums?
Designed to share and celebrate the successes and diversity of four key cultural organisations and the lessons we can learn from each other.
Visit to the UEL Archives
Visit to the BFI Reuben Library
Visit to the prison library at HMP Wandsworth
Visit to Westminster Abbey
Confirmed registrants for any of the above events and visits will be contacted as soon as dates have been set.
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