UCC Library Annual Seminar 2023 In-Person
The event will explore the role libraries play in promoting and supporting equality, diversity, and inclusion. There will be a range of speakers on the day, who will offer perspectives from a Library viewpoint, and also from the perspective of the communities that libraries serve.
The seminar is open to staff at any grade working in any type of library, students or recent graduates in information and library studies or anyone who has an interest in libraries.
The keynote speaker is Marilyn Clarke (Institute of Advanced Legal Studies Librarian).
10:00 Registration and morning refreshments
10:45 Welcome and introduction
11:00 Keynote speaker - Marilyn Clarke (Institute of Advanced Legal Studies)
12:00 Second speaker – Leona Burgess (Louth County Libraries)
13:30 Third speaker - Katy Lumsden (National Library of Ireland)
14:30 Fourth speaker - Elaine Chapman (Technological University Dublin)
15:15 Closing remarks
Free and in-person. Registration required.
We aim to make this conference a welcoming, inclusive event and as accessible as possible.
- The venue is wheelchair accessible with nearby accessible toilets.
- The venue will have seating.
- The venue will have a nearby quiet room.
We aim to accommodate dietary and accessibility requirements to the best of our ability. Please let us know any that apply to you when you register.
Information about the venue
UCC is located in the western part of Cork city, 1 km from the city centre.Car parking facilities at UCC are limited, so when visiting UCC, please consider using public transport. For more information on travelling to UCC, visit How to Get to UCC.
The seminar will take place in the Creative Zone in Boole Library which is located on the main UCC campus. Maps of the UCC campus are available online at Maps of the UCC Campus.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or requests.