Speed presentations

Speed presentations

Speed presentations are fast-paced and highly visual, with speakers restricted to 20 slides at exactly 20 seconds per slide (six minutes and 40 seconds in total).

A prize will be awarded to the best presentation, as voted for (discreetly) by the conference audience.

 

1. Working in Partnership in Sierra Leone

Alan Fricker, King’s College London

2. Spread the Word: Unlocking the Leeds Archive of vernacular culture for new audiences

Joanne Fitton, University of Leeds Special Collections & Galleries

3. Using videos to transform international students into autonomous library users

Jennifer Cong Yan Zhao, McGill University

4. Making culture change. Open Scholarship Community building: the why and how

Hardy Schwamm, National University of Ireland Galway

5. User’s digital engagement with academic library

Yaming (Cindy) Fu, University College London

6. Responsible Operations: Data Science, Machine Learning, and AI in Libraries

Merrilee Proffitt, OCLC Research

7. Careful with that axe…

Stephen A Bowman, London South Bank University

8. Digital transformations in research libraries: limitless opportunities, or limiting challenges?

Rosi Jelfs, Durham University

9. The Global University Publications Licence 2.0

Ke Wu, University of Nottingham Ningbo China

10. Making space for research

Phil Cheeseman and Joshua Sendall, Lancaster University