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
11.30-12.15 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
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*
09.30-10.30 Keynote Andy Priestner: Stop listening to your users: the case for UX research
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
15.30-16.15 FIL committee: Workshop TBC
16.15-16.30 Conference round-up and close
*Programme subject to change
INTERLEND 2017: CALL FOR SPEAKERS
Background: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 2017, will be held at the Oxford Spires Four Pillars Hotel in Oxford on the 26 – 27 June 2017.
As the premier UK inter-lending community conference, Interlend annually attracts around 60-80 interlending staff from all levels of seniority, although it should be noted that a large proportion of our delegates are inter-lending practitioners – library assistants rather than professional grades. They come from all sectors of the Library community, primarily UK based and with perhaps more from HE/FE and Public Libraries than any other sectors. Interlend is also renowned for offering our delegates practical tips and guidance, as well as broadening their understanding of the world of interlending; as such, we try to encourage all our speakers and breakout session facilitators to keep this in mind.
The FIL committee now invites applications from the inter-lending community to speak and/or run breakout sessions or workshop sessions.
Interlend 2017: Interlending without Barriers.
The theme for Interlend 2017 centres on exploring the concept of removing or reducing barriers to ILL; geography and international lending; technical advances and e-book lending; inclusive practices; collaborative innovations and reduced copyright restrictions. Presentation/workshop topics could cover –
• Interlending & Document Supply Service Reviews
• Service Development/Practical solutions to everyday problems
• The impact and implications of recent changes to copyright law
• Interlending tools and system
• Money Saving Initiatives
• Meeting the needs of disabled users
Breakout sessions are typically 50 minutes long and can be tailored to meet the speaker’s needs – either chalk-and-talk or workshop based.
Speakers accepted at FIL events will be able to attend the conference free of charge, along with one night’s accommodation where required and all reasonable travelling expenses
Proposals should include:
• An abstract detailing your proposal (max. 800 words.) We will also require a short description of your session (max. 50 words) which will be displayed when delegates are choosing their parallel sessions
• A 50 word speaker biography
• Full Contact Details
Proposals should be emailed to Sandra DeRoy, firstname.lastname@example.org by 3rd March 2017 after which point they will be reviewed by the Committee. The Chair will be in touch with all applicants after this date to confirm or decline your proposal. Submission of a proposal does not guarantee acceptance, and the Committee’s considered selection of proposals is final. We regret that due to time restrictions no correspondence over the decision will be entered into.
If you’d like to informally discuss possible themes, topics or approaches for your sessions please don’t hesitate to get in touch with Sandra DeRoy email@example.com