Marketing your Library
Knowledge Quarter partner, The British Library, is delighted to announce the event ‘Marketing your Library’ on the 6th of November 2015 from 10am to 4pm. For any library looking for new ways to engage with their users, please come and join this session as speakers explore ways to interact with library users, be that face to face or through your virtual library services.
You can hear from a variety of speakers talk about their different viewpoints on this topic. During the day speakers will explore new ways of looking at the services that libraries could provide online by examining the way researchers engage with online resources. You will also hear about new communications and marketing projects which the speakers are engaged in. You will also get a detailed talk on how best to utilise social media and the strengths/weaknesses of each format. You can also brush up on your skills on dealing with face to face communication.
Aimed at staff who are trying to juggle all the new forms of technology with limited time and even more limited budgets, who are curious about the new services they could provide, who are trying to keen to expand the reach of the library beyond its 4 walls.
- David White – Head of Technology Enhanced Learning, University of the Arts London
- Miki Lentin – Head of Corporate Affairs, British Library
- Liz White – Head of Strategy Development, British Library
- Neil Infield – Business & IP Centre Manager, British Library
- Peter Garner – Partnership and Liaison, Kings College London
Panizzi Room, The British Library, 96 Euston Rd, London NW1 2DB
For the full program and to book a place please click here