The next Students and Trainees Committee workshop will be held at the National Art Library, Victoria and Albert Museum, London on Monday 5th December 2011.
'An Introduction to Art and Design Reference Resources' is aimed at those wishing to update their skills in art and design enquiry work or those new to the world of art librarianship.
The day features presentations from leading art librarians, who will provide up-to-date information on key print and electronic resources and strategies for effective enquiry work. New to this year’s programme is a session on tailoring enquiry work to students with dyslexia. There is a significant practical element to the workshop, allowing delegates to put into practice the skills and knowledge acquired on the day.
The event is held in the prestigious surroundings of the National Art Library within London´s spectacular V&A Museum, and the day closes with a behind-the-scenes tour of the extraordinary collections of this library.
Highlights of the day include:
Enquiry Work in an Art and Design Museum: Bernadette Archer, National Art Library
Visual Resources Enquiry Work in an Academic Environment : Victoria Brown, Oxford University
Supporting Sudents with Dyslexia in Art and Design Enquiry Work : Andrew Callen, Salford University
The deadline for booking is Tuesday 22nd November but early booking is advisable as places fill up rapidly for this invaluable training and networking event. Please use attached programme to book a place, or visit the ARLIS website (http://www.arlis.org.uk/index.php) or click on the link below:
This is a workshop run by the ARLIS Student and Trainees Committee. For more information on this event and forthcoming visits and workshops please see Arlis website www.arlis.org.uk and click on 'Events'.
For up to date information on forthcoming workshops and free visits
please see the online ARLIS/UK & Ireland Events Calendar 2011 at