Evidence, value and impact: the LIS research landscape in 2010

Added by Catherine Gray on 27 April 2010 15:53

Monday, 28 June 2010 10:30 - 16:30

Location: British Library Conference Centre, London

This one-day conference will consider perspectives on the library and information science research landscape with reference to: identifying LIS research opportunities; translating outcomes into practice; growing research capacity amongst LIS professionals; and developing the future UK LIS research agenda.

Taking place at the British Library Conference Centre, London

 

Keynote presentations come from Professor Andrew Dillon of the University of Texas and Professor Charles Oppenheim of Loughborough University.

Other contributions come from:

  • David Ball, Head of Academic Development Services, Bournemouth University
  • Anne Brice, Associate Director of the NHS National Knowledge Service
  • Dr Hazel Hall, Director of the Centre for Social Informatics, Edinburgh Napier University and Executive Secretary, Library and Information Science Research Coalition
  • Dr Michael Jubb, Director of the Research Information Network
  • Ailbhe McNabola, Head of Research and Evidence, the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council
  • Val Skelton, Editor, Business Information Review
  • Michael Stead, e-Services Team Librarian, Bolton Library and Museum Services

For more information and too book a place visit http://lisresearch.org/conference-2010/


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