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CILIP Yorkshire & Humberside and the International Library and Information Group (ILIG) are pleased to invite you to an evening with Sergio Dogliani from the world-famous Idea Store libraries in London.
He will explain the thinking behind the Idea Stores, the realisation of them, and will discuss whether the idea is still valid today.
The J.B. Priestley Library, University of Bradford (Room 1.7).
Directions to the University, campus maps, and details of parking are available from the University of Bradford website.
Enter the J.B. Priestley Library through the main entrance and walk diagonally right to the stairs. Go upstairs (or take the lift) to the first floor. From the first floor landing go left through the doors leading to the ‘Quiet Zone’ at the back of the building, and you will find room 1.7 in the far left-hand corner.
The event is free, but we kindly ask that you register by Wednesday 1st June so we can confirm numbers with the venue.
Room 1.7 is accessible, with a lift from the ground floor.
If you have any particular accessibility requirements, please contact us before the event.
The talk will be particularly relevant to following PKSB areas:
8.7 Supporting users
9.2 Strategic thinking and evaluation
11.3 Community planning and engagement
17:30 Refreshments (free glass of wine and nibbles)
18:00 Talk - Sergio Dogliani