> Details of the ASSIGN Conference are now available from the ASSIGN website
> please register interest by 3rd week of may
> Thank you.
> Heather Dawson
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> Sent: Thursday, 27 April 2000 14:48
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> Subject: Calling all social science Librarians!
> ASSIGN (Aslib Social Science Information Group and Network)
> Invites you to a special Study conference
> 22nd - 24th June 2000
> Information Services : Access and Marketing.
> Queen's University - Belfast
> Read on for details!
> The ASSIGN Summer Conference
> in Northern Ireland
> Themes : Information services - Access and Marketing
> 22nd to 24th June 2000
> This summer meeting from Thursday to Saturday will be held at Stranmillis
> College Belfast and include the following talks and visits. All talks will
> be followed by questions/discussions.
> All food, 2 nights accommodation and transport for the visits on Saturday
> afternoon and evening:
> ASSIGN members £80 or £90 for a room with en-suite,
> Non- members £100.
> Please note this does not include air flight to Northern Ireland which
> have to be arranged separately.
> Thursday 22nd
> Registration 4.30pm - 6.30pm
> Buffet 6pm - 7pm
> 7pm Springvale -Belfast's Educational Village
> Professor Wallace Ewart from the University of Ulster speaks about this
> unique concept in Belfast / Northern Ireland.
> Tea/Coffee included
> Friday 23rd
> 9.30am - 10.30am Self funding libraries and marketing library services.
> Karen Latimer, Fee Based Services, QUB Library
> 10.30am - 11am Tea/Coffee
> 11am - 11.45am How to provide better library services, manage information
> processes more efficiently and improve the organisation and storage of
> information sources.
> Kirby Porter is Vice Chair of the Committee for Library Co-operation in
> 11.45am - 12.30pm Establishing and promoting an information centre.
> Paula McStravick from the Community Safety Centre
> LUNCH 12.30pm - 1.45pm
> 2pm - 3pm Linen Hall Library - a visit to the Political Collection and a
> talk on how the collection is marketed.
> 3.30pm - Stormont, Northern Ireland's Parliament.
> A tour of Parliament buildings followed by a visit to the Assembly
> a talk on its holdings and how it markets information in-house.
> EVENING MEAL
> Saturday 24th
> 10-10.45am Treasures of the Library - a look at Queen's University Library
> Special Collections
> followed by coffee/tea
> END OF PROGRAM
> For further information/ or to reserve a place:
> Please contact:
> Heather Dawson
> British Library of Political and Economic Science
> 25 Southampton Buildings
> WC2A 1PH
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