|Date:||04 July 2018 to 05 July 2018|
The CILIP Conference is the annual flagship event for the Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals and one of the biggest events in the calendar for UK library and information professionals. The conference brings together library, knowledge and information professionals from all sectors of our profession from the UK and overseas, to meet, learn and share knowledge. It’s a great chance to catch up with colleagues and make new connections.
The 2018 conference takes place in Brighton on 4-5 July. Make sure you register your interest and receive updates, news and the latest information as soon as they are announced.
Full details of next year’s conference will be announced soon. You can still see what went on in previous year’s by visiting the past events page
“I’ve spent some time talking to such a vast variety of people all brought together by common interests and it has made for a truly amazing atmosphere” 2017 delegate.
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