We are delighted to announce the schedule for the 4th annual SLIP Ireland Student Conference, which is happening next Saturday 23rd February!
Tickets are still available on Eventbrite (they’re free!)
Want to learn more about our speakers? Check out our Lightning Presenter bios here.
10:30 Welcome Remarks
10:45 Lightning Presentations
- Lisa Gardner Reflective writing for professional practice and publication
- Emma Doran Packing A Punch: Publishing Poster Presentations
- Michael Kurzmeier One Team, many Authors – Types and Translations of Authorship
- Niki Naponse Indigenous Knowledge Management
11:45 Sponsor Presentation
11:50 Academic Panel Discussion
- Claire McGuinness UCD
- Jessica Bates Ulster University
- Tony Murphy DBS
- Elizabeth Mullins UCD
13:00 Lunch (provided)
14:00 Lightning Presentations
- Pete Hicks Making Content Marketing Work for Your Library and Your Career
- Lauren Sneyd My experience as an intern in UCD and my introduction to the library world
- Aisling Smith & Olga O’Laoghaire Three Centuries in Patents: Books and Blogs of a Patent Librarian
- Nuala Roche Kilkenny Digital Collection: re-framing theatre content for a general audience
15:00 Sponsor Presentation
15:05 Practitioner Panel Discussion
- Jane Burns AIT
- Orla Fitzpatrick Jacolette
- Fiona Kearney IRMS
- Niamh Ni Charra ARA Ireland
16:15 Closing Remarks
For abstracts of lightning presentations read more after the jump!
Continue reading #SLIP2019 Conference Schedule
The Information Professional as Author
The call for papers for our 4th Annual Student Conference is now open! Our theme this year is “The Information Professional as Author” and, as always, we are open to a broad interpretation. You are free to consider any type of writing or publishing an information professional / librarian / archivist may be a part of. From an academic researcher, to a practitioner writing a project report. You could consider grant proposals or social media authorship, or authorship in different formats such as audio, video as well as the written word. Presentations can be about a project you have completed or are currently working on or can be academic in nature.
All presentations will be 10 minute lightning presentations. You are free to choose the style of your presentation, you may use Powerpoint, Keynote, PDF or Prezi.
Submissions are now open for current students and graduates of the last three years from any library qualification (UCD, DBS, Ulster University, distance learning). Submissions are also welcome from students and graduates of Archival Studies, Archives and Records Management and Digital Humanities.
If you have any questions, comments or concerns about the conference just send an email to email@example.com and we’ll be happy to help you.
Good luck, we can’t wait to see what you have got for us this year!
We’re looking for enthusiastic individuals to join our new Working Committee! There are lots of roles on offer and plenty of different ways to get involved.
Our Working Committee will work with Clare & Helena with the day to day running of SLIP Ireland as well as helping to plan and deliver the annual conference in February. If you’re interested in any of the following then please let us know!
- Content specialist & curator
- Social Media
- Writing blog posts
- Event write-ups
- Conference assistant
If you have an idea on how to get involved that’s not listed here then please let us know, we’d love to hear from you. As this is a volunteer position we don’t expect anyone to contribute more than a few hours per month.
Send a short email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Working Committee” for more info, or fill in the contact form below.
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.
Image credit Dublin City Public Libraries