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Internet Librarian International 2014
Olympia Conference Centre, London
21 & 22 October 2014

Thanks for a great conference!

Internet Librarian International 2013 took place in London on 14 – 16 October 2013. Over the three days, delegates from 29 countries came to hear over 60 How-To presentations, case studies and workshops delivered by 90 expert speakers and practitioners.

Here’s what you’re saying about this year’s Internet Librarian International:

As a first time delegate, I came away with a lot of fresh ideas and was very impressed by all the tracks. If anything, I would have liked the conference to have continued one more day!

Elisabeth Marrapodi, Trinitas Regional Medical Center, USA

The tracks were so interesting and captivating that it was difficult to decide which to attend. I really think you did a very good job. Keep it flying.

Adetoun Oyelude, University of Ibadan, Nigeria

I thought it was an inspiring event, and particularly useful for me, as someone working in the legal sector, to have exposure to such a variety of librarians working in different roles across the world

Megan Swart, Nabarro LLP, UK

I really enjoyed the conference; well-organised, interesting and creative. I found it hard to choose between the sessions because everything seemed very useful… Thank you very much!

BertinePol Sundström, Minabibliotek, Sweden

I came away with some very useful resources and ideas…

Paul McIlroy, Warwickshire County Libraries, UK

My first time at ILI and I really enjoyed it - thanks for organising!

Clari Gosling, Open University, UK

2013 Day 1 keynote

Inspiration Architecture: The Future of Libraries
Peter Morville, President, Semantic Studios (USA)
In his opening keynote, Peter Morville connects the dots from ebooks to ecosystems, framing the library as both cultural keystone and courageous act of inspiration architecture. He tells a story that is colourful, kaleidoscopic and contrarian - and makes an argument that may just change the way delegates think. Writer, speaker and consultant Peter Morville is best known for helping to create the discipline of information architecture. His bestselling books include Information Architecture for the World Wide Web, Ambient Findability, and Search Patterns.

2013 Day 2 keynote

Sharing and Saving
Joe Tree, Founder, Blipfoto (UK)
Joe Tree is the founder of Blipfoto, the photo sharing website which was chosen by the British Library as one its '100 Websites' judged to be essential reading for future generations. In this inspirational and thought-provoking keynote Joe Tree will consider themes such as creating a community, the curation of images, lifelogging, social history and research, and digitisation.

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