FIL@BL 2017

FIL@BL St Pancras
The Magic of Interlibrary Loans

Friday 24th November 2017
Provisional Programme

13.00 Welcome & Overview of the Afternoon

Kate Ebdon
British Library/BL Observer FIL

13.05 Talk 1: Accessibility and the opportunities for document delivery
Ben Watson & Matthias Werner
University of Kent, Canterbury

13.45 Talk 2: Document Delivery at Imperial: Service design and application

Karine Larose

Imperial College London

14.30 Coffee & Networking

15.00 Talk 3:
Joe Mcarthur
Right to Research
15.45 Event Round Up

Kate Ebdon
British Library/BL Observer FIL

16.00 Event Close

Interlend 2017 Programme

Programme for Interlend 2017*

Booking form available here

Day 1: 26th June

09.00-10.00 Registration and refreshments

10.00-10.05 Sandra DeRoy: Welcome and housekeeping

10.05-11.00 Keynote Karen Blakeman: The future of
search: technology, politics and humans

11.00-11.30 Refreshments

11.30-12.15 Roxanne Grimmett: Workflows without barriers

12.15-13.00 Jo Cox: BL update

13.00 – 14.00 Lunch

14.00-14.45 Ed Davidson: OCLC’s new ILL management system ‘Tipasa’ and UK ILL

14.45-15.30 Ben Watson & Matthias Werner: Accessibility and the opportunities for document delivery

15.30-16.00 Refreshments

16.00 – 16.45 Alison Dyer: Thinking outside of the box when sourcing documents. Workshop.
16.45–17.00 Day 1 round up

19.30-20.00 Pre-dinner drinks reception

20.00 – Conference dinner

*Programme subject to change

 

Day 2: 27th June*

09.00-09.30 AGM

09.30-10.30 Keynote Andy Priestner: Stop listening to your users: the case for UX research

10.30-11.00 Refreshments

11.00 – 11.45 Eva Dann: Interlibrary Loans at Royal Holloway: Removing barriers

11.45 – 12.30

James Bennett: An update on the CLA’s document delivery and library services

12.30 – 13.30 Lunch

13.30 -14.15 James Shaw: The Bodleian Libraries: developing an online inter-loan request form

14.15 – 15.00 Katherine Hughes: Beyond ILL: meeting students’ needs with a purchase-on-demand project at York St John University

15.00-15.30 Refreshments

15.30-16.15 FIL committee: Workshop TBC

16.15-16.30 Conference round-up and close

*Programme subject to change

Interlend 2016 – Programme

 

Programme for Interlend 2016*

Day 1 (27th June)

09.30-10.30

Registration and refreshments

10.30-10.35

Sandra DeRoy: Welcome and
housekeeping

10.35-11.30

Keynote Simon Bullett:  Learn
fast, lean forward: practical deployment of CI thinking, tools and capability
in the Department for Education

11.30-12.15

Tricia Rey and David Law:  Streamlining document supply across the
NHS in England in 2016: the challenges of implementing a national scheme

12.15-13.00

Graham Titley: “It’s that law
that’s the problem!” : everyday with copyright

13.00 – 14.00

Lunch

14.00-14.45

Kate Ebdon: BL update

14.45-15.30

Beth Parry: Supplying from
Special Collections

15.30-16.00

Refreshments

16.00 – 16.45

William Nixon: Open access,
institutional repositories and their impact on interlibrary loans

16.45–17.00

Day 1 round up

19.30-20.00

Pre-dinner drinks reception

20.00 –

Conference dinner

*Programme subject to change

Day 2 (28th June)

09.00-09.30

AGM

09.30-10.15

Kate Vasili and James Bennett: Interlibrary
Loan Supply for Higher Education Course Readings: the practitioner’s journey
to EHESS and integration.

10.15-10.45

Refreshments

10.45 – 11.30

Katie Birch: Using OCLC’s
WorldShare Interlibrary loan in the UK: considerations, best practice and
trends

11.30 – 12.15

Graham Titley: So you think you
know Copyright? : Let’s reassess!

 

12.15 – 13.15

Lunch

13.15-14.00

Claudio Svaluto: Introducing
electronic supply to an academic library inter-library loans department:  the case of the Albert Sloman Library

14.00 – 14.45

Chris Thorpe and Nicola Cook: Inheriting
interlending – making sense, connections and developments or Everything you
wanted to know about interlending but were afraid to ask

14.45-15.15

Refreshments

15.15-16.00

Chris Beevers: PDA fulfilling
ILL (or the other way round?) at the University of Huddersfield

16.00-16.15

Conference round-up and close

*Programme subject to change

FIL 2015 @BL London Programme Announcement

Our FIL@BL event details have now been finalised and the event can be booked here

Please find the programme below.

FIL@BLSt P

Thursday 5th November 2015

Preserve

Provisional Programme

 

13.00

Welcome & Overview of the Afternoon

Kate Ebdon

British Library/BL Observer FIL

 

13.10

Talk 1:

British Library On Demand update 

Kate Ebdon

British Library/BL Observer FIL

 

13.30

Talk 2:

Digitisation

 

Sam Tillett

Head of Business Development

British Library

14.30

Coffee & Networking

 

14.50

Talk 3:

Dawn Downes

University of Winchester

 

15.50

Event Round Up

Kate Ebdon

British Library/BL Observer FIL

 

16.00

Optional Tour

 

17.00

Event Close


Attendance rate:

FIL members = £35

Non-members = £50 

Interlend 2015 Programme *

Interlend 2015 Programme *

Untitled

 

Interlending at a crossroads?      

Day 1 (29th June)

09:00

Registration opens

 

 

09:45

Welcome: Housekeeping

10:00

Keynote Day 1: Ned Potter: Visitors and Residents: Useful Social Media in Libraries.

11:00

REFRESHMENTS

11:30

Briony Birdi & Sophie Rutter: Investigating Interlending: Resource Discovery, Sharing and Cooperation

12:15

Sara Gould: EThOS

13:00

LUNCH

13:45

Gareth Johnson: Effective Communication Tips Everybody’s Talking About

14:30

Dawn Downes: Revamping the Inter-Library Loans Department at the University of Winchester

15.15

REFRESHMENTS/ Assemble for tours

15:30

2 groups:                     Group 1 – Tour    

 Group 2 Kate Ebdon: BL Update

16:30

Chris Beevers & Su Fagg: FIL Benchmarking Project

17:15

Round-up, Day 1

 

        

19:30

Pre-dinner drinks reception

20:00

DINNER

 

           Day 2 (30th June)

09:00

AGM

09:30

Keynote Day 2: Mike McGrath: Threats and opportunities – navigating in stormy waters

10:30

REFRESHMENTS

11:00

Annette Moore: PDA and ILL

11:45

Lucy Lambe: The rise of open access – Can interlending and document supply survive?

12:30

LUNCH

13:15

Lisa Redlinski: Copyright:

14:00

2 Groups:  Group 1-  Kate Ebdon: BL Update

Group 2 – Tour

15:00

REFRESHMENTS

15:30

Lynn Brown & Celia Hudson: Lean management techniques and ILL

16:15

Conference closes

*Programme is subject to change

Download a copy of the programme

Interlend Conference Programme 2014

Interlend Conference Programme 2014

The Forum for Interlending and Information Delivery (FIL) are delighted to confirm that the only UK annual conference specifically for and about the world of inter-library loans, Interlend 2014, will take place on the 23rd – 24th June at the Carlton Hotel, Edinburgh.  Once again this will be an essential opportunity for inter-lending staff to meet, exchange news and best practice experiences with their colleagues across the public, academic and special library sectors.  Please note: early bird booking fee closes on Thursday 17th April 2014.

Interlend Conference programme 2014 – (please note this is a draft programme and therefore could change)

Interlend Conference 2014 (PDF)

Interlend 2014

 Booking and Fees

 Early bird rate – full conference delegate 23rd and 24th June, including hotel accommodation (FIL member)

£220

Full conference – 23rd and 24th June, including hotel accommodation (FIL member)

£275

Day delegate – 23rd or 24th June (FIL member)

£75

Full conference 23rd and 24th June, including hotel accommodation (non member)

£300

Day delegate –  23rd or 24th June (non member)

£100

Again this year, we are pleased to offer delegates the opportunity to book their place online. 

Simply click on the big red 'book online' button:

Book Online

 

 AGM and Committee Membership

The second day will see the FIL Annual General Meeting (AGM).  The Committee especially welcomes approaches from personal and institutional members wishing to stand for election.  For more details on what being a Committee member entails and the opportunities for professional development please contact the Chair or any other current Committee members for more details.  Note standing for election does not require attendance at the AGM.

https://www.forumforinterlending.org.uk/who-we-are/list-of-committee-members

For further information on this conference, bookings or general queries contact the Committee at 1234