The SLIP Ireland second annual student conference is tomorrow and we would like to thank our gold sponsor, University College Dublin School of Information and Communication Studies. Both Clare and Helena of SLIP Ireland are graduates of UCD ICS (then SILS) and are very grateful for the continued support from the school and staff.
A special thanks to Prof. Kalpana Shankar, head of school, who will be giving the sponsor presentation on Saturday. Her presentation is entitled Why Information Professionals are Needed More than Ever.
Thanks also to Lai Ma, Claire Nolan, Lisa Gaffney and Jane Burns of UCD ICS.
The SLIP Ireland second annual student conference is just two days away and we would like to thank our platinum sponsor, the Library Association of Ireland. The LAI have been so supportive of SLIP and we really appreciate all the help they have given us.
A special thanks to Dr. Philip Cohen, president of the Library Association of Ireland, who will be giving the sponsor presentation on Saturday. His presentation is entitled The Library Association of Ireland: What’s In It For Me? The LAI have also accredited this year’s conference for Continuing Professional Development.
Thank you also to Lorna Dodd, Betty Codd, Mary Murphy and Gillian Kerins at the LAI.
Visit the LAI website here and follow them on Twitter @LAIonline.
Registration for the SLIP Ireland Student Conference 2017 is now open! Head over to our Eventbrite page to register for your free ticket.
The theme this year is “Connecting the Dots: From Study to Practice” and we have a great line-up including presentations and posters from current students and recent graduates, not one but two panel discussions about library school, research and practice, and of course time for tea, coffee & refreshments.
We look forward to welcoming you to Dublin City Library on Saturday 25th, tickets are limited to please book early to avoid disappointment!
Check out our event page on the blog to keep up to date with the conference schedule and read more about our presenters and sponsors.
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