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Internet Librarian International 2012
Professor and Dean's Scholar for New Librarianship, Syracuse University School of Information Studies & Director of the Information Institute of
Syracuse USA and author of The Atlas of New Librarianship
which won the 2012 ABC-CLIO/Greenwood Award for the Best book in Library Literature
Roly Keating is the new Chief Executive of The British Library. Prior to this, he was the BBC's first ever Director of Archive Content and a former Controller of BBC Two.
Under the theme, Re-imagine, Renew, Reboot: Innovating for Success, Internet Librarian International's programme of practical workshops, conference sessions,
keynotes, case studies, panels and networking activities shares the latest trends in technology and innovation, and brings you face-to-face with some of the
most distinguished practitioners and providers in today's global information space.
We have an impressive group of sponsors for Internet Librarian International in 2012. Read more about the showcase and the sponsors here
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Internet Librarian International is moving to Olympia Conference Centre in 2012. The Centre layout provides great conference facilities
and excellent networking opportunities. This venue in the heart of west London is within easy access of Heathrow Airport, all major
London attractions and restaurants and shopping across the city including Kensington, Knightsbridge, the West End, Notting Hill and
the Westfield London shopping centre.
What our delegates said about Internet Librarian International 2011
“I attended really interesting sessions, met great people and had engaging discussions.”
“It's inspiring to have such innovative and creative people in our profession who are willing to spend their
time researching new technology and sharing with us all.”
“Keynotes were terrific - thought-provoking”
“Both keynotes were fantastic. The speakers provided robust examples and were extremely
accomplished and articulate.”