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The Future of Library Services in the Big Society
21 Jun 2011
Shared Services, Social Enterprise, Volunteering and Private Sector Collaboration. 6th National Conference.

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This conference brought together senior-level library and information management professionals from local authorities and the wider cultural sector in order to discuss emerging policy issues and share best practice from across the country.

Programme
09:50
Nicky Parker, President, Society of Chief Librarians; Head of Transformation, Manchester City Council
Welcome and introduction from conference Chair

10:00
Ed Vaizey MP, Minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries
Keynote address: localism driven by local people

10:20
Annie Mauger, Chief Executive, Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP)
Professionally led library services in the Big Society

10:40
Miranda McKearney OBE, Founder Director, The Reading Agency
Redesigning libraries’ literacy and reading services

10:55
Questions and discussion: Session 1
11:10
Refreshments, networking and exhibition
What's on now:
11:40
Jim Burton, Managing Director, Axiell
Session introduction

11:45
Antonio Rizzo, Head of Library & Information Services, London Borough of Lewisham
Supporting community libraries

12:00
Simon Parkinson, Head of Culture & Leisure, London Borough of Havering; a Spinout Pathfinder
The business case for setting up an employee led mutual

12:15
Christine May, Head of Libraries, Archives and Information, Cambridgeshire County Council
A strategic approach to working with volunteers whilst maintaining quality in service provision

12:30
Mike More, Chief Executive, Westminster City Council
Sharing services and merging functions

13:00
Questions and discussion: Session 2
13:10
Exhibitor Interview 1 Mark Travis, Marketing Executive, Capita Software Services
13:30
Exhibitor Interview 2 Jonathan Walker, Account Manager, Texthelp Systems
14:10
Stream 1: Meeting service users' needs
How can libraries support government service delivery? A case study of NHS Choices' Libraries Information Programme: Bob Gann, Head of Strategy and Engagement, NHS Choices, Department of Health. Sharing the vision: engaging with the third sector to deliver library services to visually impaired people: Helen Brazier, Head of National Library Service, Royal National Institute of Blind People; Mark Freeman, Chair, North East Accessible Libraries and Information Services and Libraries Manager, South Tyneside Metropolitan Borough Council.

14:10
Stream 2: Efficiency in library service delivery
The role of public libraries in achieving a Networked Nation: Natasha Innocent, Public Sector Partnership Manager, Race Online 2012. The transfer and use of community assets in the delivery of library services: Annemarie Naylor, Head of Assets, Development Trust Association.

15:10
Refreshments, networking and exhibition
15:40
Alan Davey, Chief Executive, The Arts Council
Maintaining library service standards whilst restructuring delivery

15:50
Joanne Bailey, Community Development Officer, Bury Metropolitan Borough Council
Engaging the community in service redesign: effective consultative practice

16:05
Panel discussion: Can we paint a new vision for libraries post-recession and post-Olympics? Can we shape the future with a reduced budget?
Session 4 speakers.

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