Brighton LibTeachMeet 2012 – Outreach, marketing and promotion
This event has been sponsored by CILIP Sussex
Speakers will be given 5 minutes for their presentations. We will periodically take a 10 minute question break where lurkers (and other speakers) can put questions to the previous batch of speakers.
Melinda Davies (Brighton and Sussex NHS Library and Knowledge Service, @medav) – Welcome, Introduction and CILIP Sussex
Jil Fairclough (Brighton and Sussex Medical School, @bsms38) – Not outreach – inreach: getting to medical students
Tom Roper (West Sussex Knowledge & Libraries, NHS, @tomroper) – Marketing an outreach service in West Sussex the rolling English drunkard way
Richard Hawkins (CILIP, @usernametaken10) – Live streaming events: a quick start guide
Gary Green (Surrey County Council Library Service, @ggnewed) – Spreading the word using ifttt.com
Ceris Howard (East Sussex Public Libraries) – Promoting public library services to teens
Question break BREAK!!!
Joseph Norwood (University of Sussex, @DreamingEntity) – Targeted Tweeting: How to find out who’s really using your social media and how to connect with them
Emma Illingworth (University of Brighton, @wigglesweets) – National Libraries Day 2012 – a national campaign – a local experience
Rebecca Somers (West Sussex Libraries) – Outreach, engaging with families in the community
Ed Boyden (University of Sussex) – QR code use in the library as a way to report high levels of noise in silent study areas
Suzanne Tatham (University of Sussex) – Suggest a Book: Promoting Library Services at the University of Sussex
Time and energy permitting: Gary Green – Stats in a big font…otherwise
Melinda Davies – wrap-up
Thanks for coming, please fill in feedback forms and leave them with Melinda.
If you will be doing a write-up of the event we’d love to have a copy for our website, please email email@example.com.
If you’re interested in getting involved with the CILIP Sussex committee please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come along to the Barley Mow (around the corner on St Georges Street) afterwards for a pint and post LTM analysis.
If you’re tweeting, our hashtag is #btnlibtm