Monthly Archives: June 2015

“With a little help from my [BLA] friends”: Notes from a Business Librarians Association Conference Newcomer

As far as first major conferences go, I got lucky attending BLA 2015 in Liverpool. From the very beginning, meeting Samantha at Euston, where our direct train with seat bookings to Liverpool Lime Street had been cancelled and all the other trains were severely delayed, Samantha happened to be a seasoned traveler from Euston with … Continue reading “With a little help from my [BLA] friends”: Notes from a Business Librarians Association Conference Newcomer

EBSLG Conference

I was fortunate enough to attend the European Business School Librarians’ (EBSLG) conference in at St. Gallen University earlier this month. I delivered a paper on Creating an impact with library promotions in which I shared some of the great work of our Library Marketing Group.  Here is a summary of highlights from the conference. … Continue reading EBSLG Conference

Data skills and statistics for librarians, cpd25, 1st June 2015

Three of us from City went to this event, all from the Management Information Group – we hoped it would help us to understand some of the things that we could do with the statistics we’re collecting, and also help us to identify what the right sort of things to collect are.  I’d say it … Continue reading Data skills and statistics for librarians, cpd25, 1st June 2015