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Reminder: Early bird registration for EBLIP10 closes on Monday 15th April


EBLIP10 takes place in Glasgow from 17th-19th June 2019.  There is an exciting and varied range of talks about evidence, assessment and impact across all library sectors lined up.  We have 3 excellent international keynotes and a full social programme (2 receptions and plenty of Scottish hospitality) - included in the conference fee of only £350. For more information please check out the schedule for EBLIP10 (Evidence Based Library and Information Practice)

"In an era of library de-funding, calls for accountability, fake news, and complex information environments, evidence is becoming more important. This inclusive conference theme will address encourage evidence based practitioners and researchers to think about what evidence is, how we collect it, and how we use it in these uncertain times."

Please follow us on Twitter @ConfEblip and post using #EBLIP10 Contact the conference chairs at 

Rebekah (Becky) Willson, MLIS, PhD, FHEA Lecturer in Information Science Department of Computer & Information Sciences University of Strathclyde Glasgow, Scotland +44 (0)141 548 3524

Latest papers: L. M., & Willson, R. (2018). Information technology and the humanities scholar: Documenting digital research practices. Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology, 69(6), 807-819.

Willson, R. (2018). “Systemic Managerial Constraints”: How universities influence the information behaviour of HSS early career academics. Journal of Documentation, 74(4), 862-879.

Posted by Jenny Foreman, Scottish Government Library


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