Rhaglen Llyfrgell — Dydd Mercher 10fed Mehefin

Session 1: 10:00-11:00

10:00-10:05: Welcome and housekeeping (Alison Harding, University of Wales Trinity Saint David)

10:05-10:30: Futureproofing Me’: how to help HE by helping yourself first – Dr Amy Staniforth (CILIP)

10:30-10:50: Being agile in a novel world – Steve Williams (Swansea)

Session 2: 11:00-12:15

11:00-11:25: WHELF Shared LMS update: benefits, future plans – Jenny McNally (WHELF)

11:25-11:50: Jisc Collections and the transition to open access – Anna Vernon and Helen Dobson (Jisc)

11:50-12:15: My Accessibility Journey: An account of developing skills, processes to fill the function of accessibility specialist and adhering to regulations – Chris Sherwood (Swansea University)

Session 3: 13:00-14:00

13:00-13:35: Online Inductions Show-and-Tell – Lori Havard (Swansea University) Susan Glen (Swansea University) Rebecca Mogg (Cardiff University) Aimee Jones (Cardiff Metropolitan University)

13:35-13:55: MLA, Harvard, APA and more – Aberystwyth’s approach to reference support for all – Anita Saycell (Aberystwyth University)

Session 4: 14:00-16:00

14:00-14:25: Diversifying reading list: feedback from academics and students – Naomi Prady (Swansea University)

14:25-14:45: Lean Library – Delivery instead of Discovery – Adam Barry (Lean Library)

14:45-15:05: The decolonised searcher. An activity with history students. – José López Blanco (USW)

15:05-15:30: Inclusion Zone: A case study in digital accessibility, presented from the perspective of a publisher and a student – James Carr, User Experience Manager, and Julie Elsden, Front End Developer (Cambridge University Press)

15:30-15:55: Design in Reading and Welsh Content in Gale Reference Complete – Joy Cadwallader (Aberystwyth University) and Allison Zink (Gale)