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Subject:

BL Reaching the Regions Showcase Events

From:

"Girling, Henry" <[log in to unmask]>

Reply-To:

Girling, Henry

Date:

Mon, 23 Feb 2004 11:47:06 -0000

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BL REACHING THE REGIONS SHOWCASE EVENTS 10.15-16.00

25 MARCH 2004, BRITISH LIBRARY, BOSTON SPA, YORKSHIRE
Chaired by Sue Underwood, Chief Executive, NEMLAC

6 APRIL 2004, BRITISH LIBRARY,ST PANCRAS, LONDON
Chaired by Helen Jackson, Chief Executive, SEMLAC

During the last 18 months, the BL has worked in partnership with Museums,
Libraries and Archives Councils NEMLAC and SEMLAC, to produce a wide range
of projects mostly aimed directly at the public, some in support of staff
development. Now that the programme is coming to an end, an opportunity is
being offered for the wider cultural professions to hear how they worked and
to see the results. A number of electronic resources have been developed and
those on the web will of course be available to all. Their developers will
demonstrate how they work and where they will be useful to your users.
The British Library's emerging and ongoing regionally focused programme will
be outlined during the day.

WHY ATTEND?
        * Full briefing on of working in partnership with the BL
        * Hear about the individual projects based at member
institutions NEMLAC and SEMLAC
        * Ask questions about the projects from their developers
        * Try out some new electronic resources for your users
Meet colleagues from many member organisations who are active within their
regional Museums, Libraries and Archives Councils (MLACs)

YOU SHOULD ATTEND IF YOU ARE SOMEONE:
        * in a museum, library or archive or in education keen to
offer new resources to the public
        * who wants to find partnership opportunities in the future
        * interested in new opportunities and ways of working within
the new regional structures
        * enthusiastic to develop the network for museums, libraries
and archives
        * keen to exchange ideas with specialists within the community
        * on the staff of the British Library interested in creating
more external links
        * from the specialist press


DETAILS OF REACHING THE REGIONS PROJECTS CAN BE FOUND AT
http://www.bl.uk/concord/reaching-projects.html

PROGRAMME
10.15 Registration and coffee
10.45 Chairman's welcome
10.50 Reaching the Regions Programme and its context within BL
regional activities
11.00 Sense of Place Reaches the Regions
                Thames Riverside Pubs (Thames Pilot)
                Grimms Northumberland Sketchbooks and Durham:echoes of power
(Beamish Open air Museum)
            Questions
11.45 Coffee
12.00 Sound and Vision
                Oral History and other training (NEMLAC)
                Our Saturdays (SE Film and Video Archive)
                Questions
12.45 Lunch
1.30 Hands on session - experts available for practical questions
on content
2.0 Travellers -
                Captain Cook Online (Captain Cook Birthplace Museum,
Middlesbrough)
                Journeys through Wonderland (Museum of Oxford)
                Questions
2.45 Tea
3.0 Looking back -
                Lindisfarne Education programme and questions
(Northumberland County Library Service)

3.25 Looking forward -
                The British Library's future regional strategy and questions
3.55 Chairman's closing remarks
4.00 Showcase ends

FEES - 35 for full day including sandwich lunch, coffees and tea
Discount: Staff from institutions belonging to a Museums, Libraries and
Archives Council 25

HOW TO BOOK - Confirmed bookings only with payment to:
The British Library Box Office 96 Euston Road London NW1 2DB
Email: [log in to unmask]

The Box Office is open Monday to Friday, 10.00 to 17.00 (except English
public holidays)
Booking period ends 18th March 2004
We accept MasterCard and Visa payments by telephone, but not debit cards
such as Delta or Switch.
Please make cheques payable to 'The British Library'.

BOOKING FORM:
I would like to book a confirmed place for:
        1. Reaching the Regions Showcase 25 MARCH 2004, BRITISH
LIBRARY, BOSTON SPA,
                YORKSHIRE ______________________________
                Please reserve me a seat on the special buses York/Boston
Spa______________
                (Leaving York Station at 9.45am leaving Boston Spa at
4.15pm)
        OR
        2. Reaching the Regions Showcase 6 APRIL 2004, BRITISH LIBRARY,
ST PANCRAS,
                 LONDON ______________________________________
Title: ____________ First name: _________________
Surname: ____________________________________
Job title: ____________________________________
Organisation: ________________________________
Address: ____________________________________
Town:________________ Postcode:______________
Email address: ________________________________
Tel___________________ Fax: __________________
Are you from an institution belonging to a Museums, Libraries and
Archives Council? YES __ NO __
Dietary/special requirements (sensory or physical)
__________________________________________

PAYMENT OF FEE -
Option 1: I enclose a cheque (payable to THE BRITISH LIBRARY) for 35
(25 institutions belonging to a Museums, Libraries and Archives Council)
Option 2: __ Please debit _________ to my credit card (No Switch cards)

 
Credit card details:
Name of cardholder:_______________________
Card no: __________________________________
Expiry date: _________________________________
Signature: ___________________________________

PLEASE NOTE: cancellations will incur the full fee.
The British Library keeps any personal information you supply for the
purpose for which you have provided it. It is not passed to other
organisations unless this is made explicit when you supply it or if we are
legally required to do so. However the Institute may from time to time
wish to send you information about other services or products it provides.
The British Library reserves the right to alter details or to cancel this
event should
the need arise. VAT NO. GB 240 6927 64



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