Past Events 2017
LIKE 73. Members’ Evening on Tuesday, May 9th at the Old Bank of England pub
Please come and join us for a LIKE members’ networking evening. We would like to meet some of the new members who have joined the group on Linkedin in recent months, and to hear from you about the kind of events and speakers you would like us to arrange.
Volunteers who would like to join the organising team are most welcome!
Food and the first drink are on us – we hope to see you there.
LIKE 74. Forgotten libraries walking tour on Tuesday 6th June
Join fellow LIKE members on a special walk through some forgotten book collections. Librarian and antiquarian bookseller Alice Ford-Smith from Bernard Quaritch will reveal some of the links between the City’s past and present book collections and recount the fascinating tales that lie behind them
Please be prepared for no breaks, some stairs and the British weather!
Afterwards, we will visit a nearby pub for refreshments.
LIKE 72. Thursday 23 March. Talking Sense about Science
Following on from Stéphane's webinar last month, we continue the theme of information literacy with a talk at our new venue, The Plough in Bloomsbury. Despite the stormy rhetoric of recent months, facts are still truly powerful. Fortunately for us, there are organisations standing up for verifiable evidence. Sense about Science (http://senseaboutscience.org/) is at the forefront of the battle for truth.
Last November they took the argument about why evidence matters to parliament(http://senseaboutscience.org/activities/evidence-matters/) and for LIKE 72, Max Goldman (http://senseaboutscience.org/team/max-goldman/) will tell us all about Sense about Science's mission and activities.
Join him and your fellow LIKErs for a celebration of clear thought and evidence-based opinion.
Venue:The Plough, Bloomsbury. http://www.taylor-walker.co.uk/pub/plough-bloomsbury/m2605/
Address:7 Museum Sreet, London WC1A 1LH
Price:£15 + booking fee
LIKE 71. Wednesday 8 February. Information literacy webinar: Why it matters for today's and tomorrow's workforce. Joint event with the Leadership and Management Division of SLAInformation literacy is not a term that is generally recognised in the workplace. But there is increasing evidence of the relevance of information know-how in the context of employment and employability.
It is inherent to many factors - ranging from team-working to problem-solving to business awareness that are critical to the success of enterprises, whether commercial, public or not for profit. And with the fast evolving nature of work with rapid technological change, unpredictability, job insecurity and complex lifelong career paths, the ability to master information is that much more pertinent.
Listen to a recording the webinar here. http://lmd.sla.org/?p=6913