If you would like to start publishing research on your work as a librarian or are thinking about publishing your LIS studies but you don't know how, this is your chance! Come and hear a range of speakers (from early career librarians to experienced professionals) give practical tips for getting published in An Leabharlann and other journals. All in the beautiful surrounds of No.5 South Leinster Street, beside the National Gallery of Ireland.
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5:30 – 6pm: Registration
6pm – 6:05 Marta Bustillo, Chair of CDG: Introduction
6.05 – 6:15 Marjory Sliney, Editor, An Leabharlann: "How to start writing for An Leabharlann"
6:15 – 6:25 Aoife Lawton, Systems Librarian at Health Service Executive & Author of “The Invisible Librarian”: “Publishing for Librarians: Reflections from an Author”
6:25 – 6:35: Colm O’Connor, Information Resources Librarian, RCSI: “Collaborating on a paper – why & how”
6:35 – 6:40 Senan Healy, Library & Information Systems Manager, RDS: “Writing for your audience”
6:40 – 6:45 Laura Zaliene, Library Assistant, UCD: “Thesis to article: the value of collaboration”
6:45 – 6:50 Amye Quigley, Executive Librarian, Wicklow County Council Library Service: “Confessions of an accidental writer”
6:50 – 6:55 Alexander Kouker, Research Librarian, Dublin Business School: “Getting published”
6:55 – 7:15 pm Questions & wrap-up
From 7:15pm Socialising in the Mont Clare Hotel