ELISA’s 2019 AGM is this Thursday, 20th June, at 3-5pm in the George Washington Browne room of Edinburgh Central Library.
There will be refreshments and networking, as well as the chance to hear about some treasures of Edinburgh Libraries.
Please remember to register via Eventbrite
The ELISA AGM this year will take place on Thursday 20th June, 3-5pm, in the George Washington Browne room of the Central Library. There will be refreshments and the opportunity for networking. Also, as a bonus, we will hear about some of the treasures of Edinburgh Libraries.
Please register your intention to attend via Eventbrite:
Cilips East Branch is hosting an inspiring afternoon looking at how three very different ‘collections’ have been promoted. Ranging from practical bookstore display techniques to creating online exhibitions and large displays; this event will share tricks and tips useful for every library, no matter how large or small the collection.
Gordon Yeoman, Exhibitions Conservator, National Library of Scotland
Sharing the secrets of putting together large exhibitions.
Graeme Hawley, Head of General Collections
Doing ‘an exhibition’ differently.
Calum McGhie, Customer Service Manager, Blackwell’s Bookshop, Edinburgh.
Attracting customers and promoting book stock using eye-catching displays.
There will be an opportunity for attendees to walk to Blackwell’s Bookshop to view table and window displays after the event.
Please note that Spaces are limited.
Please direct any questions about this event to Julie Sutherland: Chair, Cilips East Branch email@example.com
The annual ELISA Forum will be held on Wednesday 12th December at the NLS starting at 2:00pm.
The theme of the event is Doing things Differently
There will be a number of exciting presentations including:
- Using Lego to Teach Referencing
- Access to Own and auto-upgrades for eBook purchases
- Training and digital literacy
- Librarians Uncorked
- NLS Fashion
Tickets are available on Eventbrite
Refreshments will be provided and there will be opportunities for networking and socialising.
The exhibition – Higher Vision – will showcase some of the best photographs taken by 26 students from schools and colleges from all over Scotland who have completed the Scottish Qualifications Authority’s Higher Photography course over the past year.
To mark Book Week Scotland 2018 and the 550th anniversary of the death of Johannes Gutenberg, one of the National Library’s most treasured items, the Gutenberg Bible is being shown publicly, for one day only, on the Thursday 22 November
10.00-18.00 in the National Library of Scotland, George IV Bridge, Edinburgh. No need to book. Read more