Event 5 presentations

 

LIS DREaM concluding conference

Monday 9th July, 2012

 
This page contains links pages to all the materials relating to each session from the conference, including videos, session summaries, speakers slides, and handouts.
 

Event materials

 

Welcome and introduction

“DREaM past, present and future”
Professor Hazel Hall, Edinburgh Napier University and the LIS Research Coalition

Opening Keynote

“Building evidence of the value and impact of library and information services: methods, metrics and ROI”
Professor Carol Tenopir, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Chaired by Professor Hazel Hall, Edinburgh Napier University and the LIS Research Coalition

One Minute Madness

One minute madness session: presentations by conference delegates
Chaired by Mike Clarke, Head of Libraries and Registration Services for the London Borough of Camden.

Invited paper

“Facets of DREaM: an analysis of network development to support UK LIS research and researchers”
Dr Louise Cooke, Department of Information Science, Loughborough University
Chaired by Professor Charles Oppenheim, DREaM project

Panel session

“…and so the DREaM goes on: means of sustaining the UK network of LIS researchers”
Discussion with panel members: Jo Alcock, Birmingham City University and member of the DREaM workshop cadre; Dr Louise Cooke, Loughborough University; John Dolan, CILIP Councillor; and Professor Carol Tenopir, University of Tennessee, Knoxville
Chaired by Professor Charles Oppenheim, DREaM project

Award presentation

Presentation of the Library and Information Science Practitioner Researcher Excellence Award to the North West Clinical Librarian Systematic Review and Evaluation Group
The award was presented by best-selling author, broadcaster, medical doctor and academic Dr Ben Goldacre

Closing keynote

“Research, evidence bases, decision making and policy”
Dr Ben Goldacre
Chaired by Professor Charles Oppenheim, DREaM project

 

Reviews

 
Reviews of the LIS DREaM Concluding Conference, including blog posts by participants, summaries of the social media activity and photographs of the event.

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