Interlend 2019 Presentations

 

Barbara Band Keynote – Careers of the Future, Jobs of Tomorrow
Matthew Lambert British Library Update – Copyright and the supply of e-chapters and scans of articles
Denise Jones Bits and Bytes
Debs Jones-Davis How we use Tipasa
Debbie Hicks Reading Well and Reading Friends
Kerr Gardiner Keynote – Analytics and ILL
Alex McIlroy Delivering on the CLA Licence for Health and Social Care Bodies, Northern Ireland
Lucía Meijueiro Barros Interlending at Manchester Metropolitan University: service review
Joanne Cox British Library Update

 

Presentations 2017

Keynote Karen Blakeman: The future of search: technology, politics and humansRoxanne Grimmett: Workflows without barriers

Jo Cox: BL update

Ed Davidson: OCLC’s new ILL management system ‘Tipasa’ and UK ILL
Ben Watson & Matthias Werner: Accessibility and the opportunities for document delivery

Alison Dyer: Thinking outside of the box when sourcing documents

Eva Dann: Interlibrary Loans at Royal Holloway: Removing barriers

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

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

Katherine Hughes: Beyond ILL: meeting students’ needs with a purchase-on-demand project at York St John University
FIL committee: Workshop

FIL @ BL Presentations

Talk 1: Copyright

Kate Vasili

Copyright Officer
Middlesex University

Talk 2: Inter Library Loans (ILL) at the University of Hertfordshire (UH) – using the Koha Open source LMS and the British Library API for unmediated ILL requests.


Sarah Halliday
Information Collections Consultant

Talk 3: British Library – part 1  part 2


Sam Tillett/Richard Ebdon

Head of Business Development/Business Development Manager, British Library

Talk 4: Public library eBooks – a different perspective

Andy Holland
Sales Director
Askews and Holts Library Services Ltd.

Presentation now available for Interlend 2016

Day 1 (27th June)

10.35-11.30 Keynote Simon Bullett: Learn
fast, lean forward: practical deployment of CI thinking, tools and capability
in the Department for Education

Reccomended article: The Lean Library

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

14.00-14.45 Kate Ebdon: BL update

The videos for this presentation are too large to upload – please email fil.comittee@gmail.com if you require the full presentation.

14.45-15.30 Beth Parry: Supplying from
Special Collections

16.00 – 16.45 William Nixon: Open access,
institutional repositories and their impact on interlibrary loans

(presentation coming soon…)

 

Day 2 (28th June)

 

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
.

10.45 – 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!

Questions

Answers

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

15.15-16.00 Chris Beevers: PDA fulfilling
ILL (or the other way round?) at the University of Huddersfield