Mid Term Meeting of Section Members 2014 - School Libraries Section
Advancing the work of School Libraries Section
7 – 10 April 2014
London, United Kingdom
The Programme is announced!
A varied programme covering three days has been planned for the April 2014 Mid Term Meeting to be based in London, United Kingdom
The meeting is based in Lonond on 7th to the 10th April 2014 and is intended for School Libraries Section members to progress the work of the section.
7th - Mid term meeting of section members at the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP) Headquarters in Bloomsbury, London. We will be welcomed by CILIP CEO Annie Mauger, during the day refreshments and lunch will be provided by CILIP.
8th - Morning meeting at CILIP Headquarters - to extend the discussion on the revision of the UNESCO/IFLA School Library Guidelines.
8th - Afternoon - free for sight seeing and networking
9th - Day conference entitled CPD@OUP hosted at Oxford University Press in the historic city of Oxford (short train ride from London - delegates will need to fund transport themselves). The programme is available on the SLA website and attendance is free of charge to School Libraries Section members.
10th - possibility to extend your stay and visit the final day of the London Book Fair - delegates will need to register on the Book Fair website.
For those wanting a longer stay there is an opportunity to attend the CILIP School Libraries Group conference the weekend before (4th-6th). The School Libraries Group conference will take place at The Derbyshire Hotel, from Friday 4 April to Sunday 6 April 2014. This weekend conference will be packed with talks, keynotes, panel discussions and workshops, as well as the chance to meet authors, publishers and other industry representatives, view the Exhibition and network with Librarians from across the country.
there are many online reduced price booking sites for London hotels. It is delegates responsibility to book their own accommodation. Bloomsbury (Central London district) would be an ideal situation, close to the British Museum and the British Library - here are several links that may be useful:
If any Section Members have difficulty with bookings please contact the UK representative Tricia Adams for further suggestions.
Last update: 5 December 2017