Conference 2017

NoWAL Conference 2017

‘Library Evolution: developing academic libraries for the future’
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Here’s the NoWAL Conference Programme 2017.

Please read the Breakout Abstracts (Session Choices) before continuing with the registration process. You should make a note of the session numbers you would like to attend (first and second choices) for each of the breakout sessions as these will be required when booking.

Please register via this link 

Here’s all the Speakers’ Biographies – NoWAL Conference 2017.


Ticket Prices

All main delegates pay £65.00 for the conference, which includes refreshments during the day, lunch and a drinks’ reception at 4pm.

We are also offering 2 bursary places to newly qualified professionals working in a NoWAL library.  Full details on eligibility and what the bursary includes can be found here.

Speakers and poster presenters are offered a reduced rate, details of which can be found via the booking form.


The conference will take place at:

There are 4 main themes of the conference:
  • Service Development/Space Development
  • Innovation/Communication
  • Value and Benefits
  • Collaboration/Partnerships 

Keynote Speakers

Our keynote speakers are booked and ready to go!  They will speak at the beginning of the morning and afternoon sessions, to set the scene and inspire delegates for the day.

Emma Mulqueeny OBE
Emma is the founder of Rewired State and Young Rewired State, a Commissioner for the Speaker’s Commission on Digital Democracy and a Google Fellow.  Emma will speak on the millennials and the workforce of the future.

Luke Stevens-Burt – CILIP
Luke is Head of Business Development (Member Services) at CILIP.  His role is focussed on delivering value and support to the library and information profession through taking responsibility for the development and provision of member services.  Luke will speak on his experience of working in member services in the profession.

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Travel to Lancaster University

Lancaster University has a wealth of information on its website to assist you to find the campus by car, bus, train, bicycle or on foot!  You should find everything you need to know in this link: http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/contact-and-getting-here/maps-and-travel/ but if there is anything you are not sure about, please get in touch:
n.freeman100@salford.ac.uk

Accommodation in Lancaster

If you want to stay in Lancaster the night before or after  the conference,, there are places to book on campus, via this link: http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/conferences/accommodation/

Visit Lancashire has also produced this guide to places to stay off campus:
http://www.visitlancashire.com/explore/lancaster/stay-in-lancaster

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About Lancaster University

The Lancaster University campus occupies a beautiful 560-acre parkland site at Bailrigg, just three miles from Lancaster City Centre. The University has risen to become one of Britain’s top universities, with over 12,000 students and 2,500 employees within the Bailrigg campus that is now almost a small town in its own right.

The conference, building on the great success of the 2015 conference at the Birley campus of Manchester Metropolitan University, will take place in the George Fox building at the stunning Lancaster campus, with a large lecture theatre, multiple break-out spaces and a large central foyer for networking, posters and supplier presentations.

The George Fox building can be found in D10 on the following campus map:  http://www.lancaster.ac.uk/media/lancaster-university/content-assets/documents/maps/campus-map.pdf 

Find the university campus using the postcode LA1 4YW