SLA Europe conference 2019: our sponsors

We are grateful to OpenAthens and Statista, for supporting our 2019 European Conference as Gold Sponsors. OpenAthens makes accessing knowledge through a single sign-on simple. It means people can quickly and easily find the information they’re looking for. This leads to more time, smarter ways of working and unlocks the potential to achieve great things! Mehr, […]

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ECCA winner Catherine Jenkins reflects on SLA Annual Conference 2019

I was fortunate to gain an insight into developments in information services across the pond through an Early Career Conference Award sponsored by the SLA Europe chapter and the Legal Division. This award enabled me to travel to the SLA Annual Conference 2019 in Cleveland, Ohio in June. On arrival in Cleveland, my first stop […]

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Summer Networking Drinks

Thank you to Cathrine Hertz-Sondergard for this review. Cathrine is a Knowledge Management Assistant at global law firm, Baker Mckenzie. It was a beautiful Thursday evening in summer as I made my way down to the Samuel Pepys, a pub on the banks of the Thames where SLA Europe were throwing their annual summer drinks party, very […]

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SLA Europe Conference: Keynotes Announced

SLA Europe Conference: Keynotes Announced SLA Europe is pleased to announce its two keynote speakers for the 2019 Konferenz, taking place in September at Newnham College, Cambridge. Cerys Hearsey, Director of Post*Shift, will open this year’s conference with an engaging and thought provoking look at how organisations can effectively teach and guide their leadership to […]

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SLA Europe conference awards

SLA Europe is delighted to offer two awards to Chapter members to attend the first ever SLA Europe conference, to be held in Cambridge on 5-6 September 2019. The conference promises to be an exciting event, and there will be something for all information professionals, whether you wish to learn about current developments and good […]

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Event Review: Blockchain. What is it and what can it do for you? Wednesday 26th June.

Vielen Dank an Fraser Walker für diese Bewertung,,en,Die Teilnehmer waren Informationsexperten und Juristen,,en,Unveränderlichkeit und es kann als automatisierter Vermittler bei Finanztransaktionen fungieren. Zum Beispiel,,en,die erforderlichen Fähigkeiten und wie wir uns an die Blockchain-Technologie anpassen können.,,en,Unser Dank geht an,,en. Fraser is a Knowledge and Information Officer – Tax at Slaughter and May Presentations were delivered by Dr Aeron Buchanan of the Web3 Foundation, Sally Connor of EY and Simon Drane of Earlsferry Advisory. Each examined the capabilities and risks associated with blockchain technology. Attendees comprised information professionals and legal staff, all […]

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Don’t miss Internet Librarian International Conference

SLA Europe we’re really delighted to be partnering with the ILI (Internet Librarian International Conference) erneut, and this year to be able to promote the co-located Taxonomy Boot Camp London too. SLA Europe members receive a 25% discount for both conferences just use discount code SLA25 For over 20 years ILI has continued to […]

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Biscuits, Movies, Science and more in Cambridge: The SLA Europe Special Spring Quiz

Biscuits, Movies, Science and more in Cambridge: The SLA Europe Special Spring Quiz Thanks to Ian Bruno for writing this review. Ian is the Head of Strategic Partnerships at The Cambridge Crystallographic Data Centre[IB1] . Donnerstag, 23rd May 2019 – a day of history: Britain voted in European Elections it didn’t expect to be a part of… the […]

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Event Review: Practical knowledge and information management – 29th May, National Library of Scotland

Thanks to Freddie Alexander of the National Library of Scotland for this review On the 29th May Katharine Schopflin spoke at the National Library of Scotland on her new book, Practical Knowledge and Information Management. In this talk Schopflin gave an overview of her findings on how organisations practically use Knowledge and Information Management (KIM). Katharine […]

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Early Career Conference Awards – Interview with Catherine Jenkins

Early Career Conference Awards – Interview with Catherine Jenkins Catherine Jenkins is sponsored by the Legal Division. Catherine is a Health Literacy Project Manager embedded in NHS library and knowledge services. She runs information drop-ins at public libraries and is passionate about access to research. She is currently studying part-time on the MSc Information Science course […]

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