#NAGcd9

Thank you to everyone who joined us at #NAGcd9 for “Practical Solutions to Impossible Problems” in Leeds.  Our speakers were: Eric Jackson (Leeds Beckett University), “Thinking outside the (Process) Box: Adopting NAG servicing guidelines.” Graeme Gamblin, Ann Stairmand-Jackson and Nikki…

Two NAG Seminars for November 2018

This November we have two NAG seminars to offer. Firstly on Wednesday 7th November we have #NAGCd9 – part of our popular Collection Development for Academic Librarians series with the title “Practical Solutions to Impossible Problems.”  Booking is open here…

Booking form for Public Libraries Forum

BIC Training on EDI

Earlier this year, Book Industry Communication (BIC) ran some EDI training for libraries that was oversubscribed and very well received. BIC is a independent organisation that promotes all kinds of supply chain efficiencies and standards – for more information on…

#NAGcd9: programme details and booking

Booking is now open for Practical Solutions to Impossible Problems here. The event is taking place on Wednesday 7th November at The Studio in Leeds. Our speakers include: Eric Jackson (Leeds Beckett University), “Thinking outside the (Process) Box: Adopting NAG…

Public Libraries Forum: Stock Selection for Public Libraries

Stock Selection for Public Libraries – what do future models look like? 8th November, The Studio, Leeds Stock Selection differs radically around the country; for NAG public libraries forum we will be sharing ideas and best practice from around the…

NAG Upcoming Events

For 2018, NAG has moved towards single day seminars and forum events rather than residential conferences.  Everyone is welcome at any of the events, regardless of sector, as we recognise the huge opportunities to learn from each other which NAG…

Call for Papers: NAG November Collection Development Seminar

Wednesday 7th November 2018 Leeds, The Studio Submissions for papers are welcome for the 9th Collection Development Seminar for Academic Libraries. The theme for this Seminar is ‘Practical Solutions to Impossible Problems’Libraries and Librarians are beset, on all sides, by…

Record breaking numbers at #NAGcd8

Thank you to everyone who attended our Eighth NAG Collection Development Seminar – all 116 of you!  This was our highest ever number at a seminar and proves the popularity of both the format and the topics.  The feedback so…

Academic seminar fully booked!

We are now fully booked for the Collection Development seminar “Valuing your Collections” next Wednesday in Birmingham at 116 delegates.  This has been a record breaking year for NAG seminar and we’re very pleased so many people are keen to…

Programme available for May Seminar

The full programme is now available for NAG’s 8th Collection Development for Academic Libraries seminar, happening on Wednesday 23rd May at The Studio in Birmingham. This event is now fully booked. Download the full programme here.

Seminars for 2018

For 2018, NAG will be running three seminars; our usual Collection Development for Academic Libraries seminar in May (Birmingham), followed by two day seminars in November (Leeds) with day one focused around academic libraries and day two for papers focusing…

Extreme Library Makeover!

FREE NAG public libraries event: Extreme Library Makeover! 24 May 2018, 1.30 – 4.00pm Leeds Central Library Join NAG for an afternoon of coffee, cake and discussion. Hear Liam Dixon talking about how redesigned stock areas and buying has drastically…

Collection Development Seminar 2018

“Valuing our Collections” 8th Collection Development Seminar for Academic Libraries Wednesday 23rd May 2018, Birmingham, The Studio (B2 5EP) This event is now fully booked.   Academic librarians spend a considerable amount of time and money in investing and acquiring…

Call for papers: NAG Collection Development Seminar 2018

NAG Collection Development Seminar 2018 Wednesday 23rd May 2018 Call for papers Submissions for papers are welcome for next year’s 8th Collection Development Seminar for Academic Libraries. The theme for Seminar 2018 is ‘Valuing our collections’.   Academic librarians spend…

NAG joins YouTube!

This year at #NAG17 we trialed filming two of the papers and here are the results! Firstly we have Karen Colbron from JISC talking about National Monograph Solutions: Secondly, here is Andy Ryan talking about her Cityread project: Filming was…

New date for NAG Seminar!

Due to a clash with another Library supplier event, the NAG seminar 2018 has moved to Wednesday 23rd May at the Studio in Birmingham. A Call for Papers will be issued before Christmas.

#NAG17 roundup

Over 80 delegates attended #NAG17 and enjoyed ten papers and four workshops from our excellent speakers. Special thanks must go to David Clover (UEL) for stepping in to fill a workshop paper at the last minute and Robin Armstrong Viner…

Workshops and Papers at #NAG17

#NAG17 6-7th November, Hilton Hotel, Leeds Just a few weeks to go until #NAG17! Over seventy of you have already booked but we still have space for a few more. We know that budgets are tight everywhere, so here is…

Full Programme for #NAG17

The full programme for #NAG17 is now available here.  We hope it provides a good balance of public and academic library interest along with four workshops to choose from on both days. The option of half price places for NAG…