The Forum for Interlending and Information Delivery (FIL) are delighted to confirm that the only UK annual conference specifically for and about the world of inter-library loans, Interlend 2013, will take place on the 27th – 28th June at the The Maldron Hotel, Cardiff. Once again this will be an essential opportunity for inter-lending staff to meet, exchange news and best practice experiences with their colleagues across the public, academic and special library sectors.
Speakers and Theme
The core conference theme for 2013 is “Interlend 101: Back to Basics”, and as always the focus will be on providing practical guidance and advice from enthusiastic and knowledgeable speakers from throughout the profession. There will also be a tour of Cardiff Public Library.
We are delighted this year to have two keynotes to start both days, Prof Charles Oppenhiem and Graham P Cornish, who are both well versed in all things copyright, but will be taking two different approaches.
The Interlend 2013 conference is now available online at http://www.forumforinterlending.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/Interlend-2013-Programme.pdf
Booking and Fees
FIL is delighted to be able to hold the cost of Interlend 2012 for FIL members, for another year, with an early bird special of just £199 for the whole conference!
This year we are pleased to offer delegates the opportunity to book their place online. Simply click on the big red ‘book online’ button on the FIL website: www.forumforinterlending.org.uk
We can also confirm that delegates are able to book bed & breakfast with the Maldron Hotel for the evening prior to Interlend 2013 (Wednesday 26th June) and the evening post Interlend 2013 (Friday 28th June) at the agreed rate of £69 single occupancy. Delegates are required to call the Maldron Hotel directly on 02920 668866, ask to speak to Reservations and quote ‘INTERLEND’ to arrange the accommodation.
News and announcements
For more news on the conference keep your eyes on the FIL website, Twitter feed and Facebook page.
AGM and Committee Membership
The second day will see the FIL Annual General Meeting (AGM). The Committee especially welcomes approaches from personal and institutional members wishing to stand for election. For more details on what being a Committee member entails and the opportunities for professional development please contact the Chair or any other current Committee members for more details. Note standing for election does not require attendance at the AGM.
For further information on this conference, bookings or general queries contact the Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org