Check below to browse our upcoming events or see our previous events
We hope to see you very soon at one of our upcoming events
SLA/YLG Weekend Course
Venue: Aston Conference Centre, Aston, Birmingham
Building Identity, Building Readers : Well-being and the Library
CoLRiC Annual Conference 2019
Venue: University College Birmingham
'The Road Ahead - Being Stronger Together' - Our keynote speaker will set the scene with a call to arms. We’re delighted to announce that Liz McGettigan will present our conference rally cry. Liz is a technology expert, strategic leader, library enthusiast and advocate for the ‘people side’ of technology. ‘The world is marching forward into the fourth Industrial Revolution and unfortunately this could be with or without libraries. We need a transformation and our transformation must not primarily be a technological shift but an organisational one happening at the intersection of technology, business and people. If we want to capitalise and harness on the opportunities this new complex world of technology and global information brings, we must challenge the status quo and drive change recharge our leadership and the nurture a new breed of librarian.’
The Big Malarkey Festival
Venue: East Park, Hull
Hull Libraries warmly welcomes you in through the gates of Malarkey Park and into a world of books - and so much more! You'll meet writers, illustrators,storytellers, poets and musicians, try out the technology of our fabulous Makerspace, and have a go at all kinds of craft, drawing, writing and performing.
NoWAL Conference 2019 (North West Academic Libraries)
Venue: Foresight Centre, University of Liverpool
Browns Books for Students are delighted to be the title sponsor for this event. Exploring & supporting diversity in academic libraries: This is an important opportunity to engage and reflect on equality and diversity within the academic library sector and beyond. We are keen to open up a dialogue on how we as information providers can generate change and support our users in these endeavours.
Northern Collaboration 2019 Conference
Venue: University of Hull
Browns Books for Students are delighted to be the title sponsor for this event. 'Collaborating across physical, organisational and cultural boundaries'
Gregynog Colloquium 2019
Venue: Gregynog Hall, Nr Newtown
Every year Wales Higher Education Libraries Forum (WHELF) and Higher Education Wales Information Technology (HEWIT) organise a residential colloquium at Gregynog Hall, near Newtown, for IT and library staff to discuss recent developments and to exchange experiences
ARLG Conference & Exhibition 2019
Venue: University of Teesside, Darlington Campus
ARLG (Academic and Research Libraries Group) : The conference is always a popular event in the staff development calendar of librarians working in further and higher education and research libraries.
CILIPS Annual Conference 2019
Venue: Dundee Apex Hotel
38th COBIS Annual Conference 2019
Venue: InterContinental London O2 in Greenwich, London - Stand #1 plus Book Bus
Vision 2030: The Future of International Education :The COBIS Annual Conference is for Heads, Governors, Proprietors and Senior Leaders from schools around the world including COBIS member and non-member schools. Last year's conference was attended by more than 700 delegates, exhibitors, speakers and guests
UKSG 2019 42nd Annual Conference & Exhibition
Venue: Telford International Centre
The UKSG Annual Conference and Exhibition will be held at the Telford International Centre and is a major event in the scholarly communications calendar which attracts over 900 delegates each year from around the world - librarians, publishers, content providers, consultants and intermediaries. The conference combines high-quality plenary presentations, lightning talks and breakout sessions with entertaining social events and a major trade exhibition
OxCAM College Librarians Biennial Conference
Venue: Nazrin Shah Centre, Worcester College, Oxford
Venue: Venue: North Town Primary School, Taunton
The event is aimed at all educators within the primary sector. It will be a day packed full of all things reading, including: keynote speakers, workshops, book shop and BrownsBfS Book Bus!
Cambridge Libraries Conference 2019
Venue: University of Cambridge: The David Williams Building
Collaboration & Exploration : This well-established, whole-day Conference is typically attended by over 200 staff members from the central University Library, faculty, department and college libraries. It provides a unique opportunity to exchange ideas, explore new ways of working and forge new partnerships.
JCS 2018: From Digital Literacy to Independent Learning: challenges and opportunities for librarians and teachers
Venue: Aston University (Conference Aston)
JCS brings together experts in the field of digital literacy, school and university librarians, school leaders, and providers of authoritative sources to share their knowledge and good practice in supporting the challenges and opportunities for school librarians and teachers in an increasingly complex and digitised world.
Northern Conference & Supplier Exhibition 2018
Venue: Hopwood Hall College, Middleton Campus, Middleton