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Can’t make it to EBLIP10? Fear not – we’ve got you covered!

The 10th International Evidence Based Library and Information Practice Conference is in Glasgow, UK from 17-19 June ( We have 5 exciting tours on offer too (

However, we know many people can’t take the time off work or make the journey to Glasgow so we have other ways for people to attend.

 If you’re too far away to join us in person, you can join us virtually. We are making the conference available virtually for the nominal fee of £65. Virtual conference attendance includes all of the keynote speakers (David Stewart, President of CILIP; Dr Frankie Wilson, Head of Assessment at the Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford; and Donna Scheeder, Past President of IFLA and SLA) and one track of the presentations, including topics such as Meeting User Needs; Value, Impact, and Outcomes; National Initiatives for Health Libraries; and Emerging Roles for Librarians (more information about the sessions are available here, in Room GH514).

 If you’re in the UK and want to participate in some evidence-based practice continuing professional development, you can join us for the pre-conference workshops at Sunday 16 June. We have two morning and two afternoon workshops on advocacy and impact, using systematic reviews to support evidence-based practice, incorporating evidence-based practice, and outcome measurement in academic libraries. These half-day workshops are £50 each (including lunch). More information can be found here. To get the information needed for workshop registration, please email

Rebekah (Becky) Willson, MLIS, PhD, FHEA

Department of Computer & Information Sciences

University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland

Posted by Jenny Foreman, Scottish Government Library


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