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There have been a couple of write-ups of the event so far: Leanne Young on the ARLG North-East blog Helen Blanchett’s blog Hopefully we’ll have another one planned soon – get in touch if you’d like to help out! Advertisements

At last we’ve managed to find a time to squeeze in a TeachMeet this year – we’re trying a twilight session in the hope that more people can make it. Many thanks to my colleague Jackie Dunn who will co-facilitate the event. Book your place at: Hope to see you there! Helen Blanchett & Jackie […]

I’m hoping to reschedule Toon Library TeachMeet very soon – but after the last one was cancelled due to my illness, I think it would be very sensible to have one or two more people involved! If anyone is interested in getting involved please comment here or get in touch at helen.blanchett@ncl dot ac dot […]

Places are still available on 17th July – come along to share your own teaching ideas or come to find inspiration from others. The format is friendly and informal – librarians learning from librarians. We’re also very pleased to announce that we now have sponsorship from CILIP’s Information Literacy Group, who will be providing the […]

Booking is now open for the next Library TeachMeet in Newcastle – ToonLibTM is on 17th July, 1-4pm at Newcastle University Library. We welcome anyone who wants to attend, but we’d love it if you could share your ideas too! We may well be going for drinks and food (if you need some!) from 4pm-6pm […]

Save the date!


We’ve set the date! It’s been a long time since the last event (2 years – hasn’t that flown?), so it’s about time we got serious and committed to another event. Booking will be open soon, so make a note… oh yes, the date? 17th July 2013, 1-4pm The kind folk of the Robinson Library […]

The videos and photos are now available – unfortunately we didn’t take any pictures of the amazing cakes! Videos: Julia Robinson, ‘Developing search strategies: an alternative method of generating keywords’ Kirsty Thomson, ‘Getting students involved in classes’ (not available for data protection reasons) Lucy Keating, ‘Livening up library induction sessions the low tech way’ Ann-Marie […]