The third RIVAL network event will be held on Thursday 19 March 2020 in Edinburgh.
- Registration for this event and RIVAL events 2 and 4 will open after RIVAL event 1 in July 2019
- Registration will be free to Scotland-based members of the library and information science practitioner and research communities who have joined the RIVAL network. (Network membership includes a commitment to participate at this and two other events in November 2019 and July 2020.)
- Funding is available to subsidise delegate travel and accommodation costs associated with participation at RIVAL events 2, 3 and 4. Details on how to claim costs will be mailed to delegates upon registration.
|10:30‑10:45||Introduction: Professor Hazel Hall (Edinburgh Napier University)|
|10:45‑11:30||Keynote: ‘Public library services and citizenship: a longitudinal analysis of roles, impact, and value’: Leo Appleton (Goldsmiths, University of London)|
|11:30‑12:00||Ice-breaker: an opportunity to renew contact with fellow members of the RIVAL network|
|12:00‑12:30||Unconference half-hour: a selection of RIVAL network members share updates in plenary|
|13:15‑14:00||Research into Practice case study 3
Digital library futures: the impact of e-legal deposit in the academic sector
Dr Paul Gooding (Glasgow University)
|14:00‑15:00||RIVAL network planning for event 4
What do the RIVAL network members think of the proposed programme for event 4 in July 2020 that has been developed following the discussion of ideas at event 2? In this round table session members will provide feedback on the proposed programme.
|15:15‑16:00||Research into Practice case study 4
Syrian new Scots’ information literacy way-finding practices
Dr Konstantina Martzoukou and
Professor Simon Burnett (Robert Gordon University)