Spill the Tea:

Join us on August 24th for an exclusive breakfast with fellow Library Directors

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Exploiting technology for Effective Learning 

Spill the Tea is a meet up series for Library Directors to come and learn together, share ideas and lessons on a range of audience-generated topics. Members are part of an interactive network of colleagues where best practices, pressing concerns, and quarterly goals are discussed freely and discreetly.

For the first time ever, we are inviting our colleagues to meet in-person for a networking breakfast, collaborative discussion, and a BibliU product presentation. The theme of this gathering will revolve around Exploiting technology for Effective Learning. From building collaborative spaces in-person and digitally to improving student outcomes and satisfaction with newest technologies, we will invite industry thought leaders to present key themes and open the discussion with the audience.

At Spill the Tea events, everyone is welcome to contribute to the discussion! If you are a library director keen to keep your finger on the pulse of new solutions and market imperatives, then look no further.

This is an invite-only event and the spaces are limited. Book yours now to secure your spot in time.


9:30 - Arrival & Breakfast*
10:00 - Libraries of the Future - Building Collaborative Spaces In-Person and Digitally
11:10 - Engaging Students with Interactive Learning Features - BibliU Perspective
11:25 - How can Libraries Improve Student Outcomes and Satisfaction?
11:45 - Roundtable Discussion
12:00 - Coffee & Networking

*Please let us know if you have any dietary requirements.

Mark Your Calendars

Wednesday, 24th of August 2022
9:30 AM -12:30 PM GMT

Venue: TBC, Birmingham

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