“What’s not to like about DREaM?” asks Sue Hill
July 2, 2012 Leave a comment
Sue Hill, Honorary Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Information Professionals, has contributed a guest blog post on Sue Hill Recruitment’s involvement as a sponsor of the DREaM conference. Sue writes:
What’s not to like about DREaM? It is an event you know you WANT to sponsor and/or to be part of. We are delighted to be doing both. Donald Lickley from Sue Hill Recruitment will be attending and reporting back to the team and doubtless tweeting from the spot. If I wasn’t intending to spend the day recovering from my wedding the day before I would be sitting, listening and watching how everyone copes with ‘One minute madness’. I’ve done presentations of five minutes and three minutes and very recently two minutes, but I have yet to experience a frightening horn being blown at one minute. Good luck in chairing that Mike! (And how many times have we heard a thirty minute talk that only had one minute of value in it?)
The DREaM program of events comes to an end with the concluding conference (#lis_dream5). Charles Oppenheim says he hopes that ‘a new generation of enthusiastic and competent LIS researchers will emerge and be self-sustaining through what will be, in effect, a community of practice.’ We couldn’t agree more and we are proud to be associated with that aim.