E-Books Unbound: Speakers confirmed

The 2011 ebooks planning group have confirmed the line-up for this year’s conference which takes place in the National Piping Centre in Glasgow on 27thOctober.

The National Piping Centre, Glasgow: venue for the 2011 ebooks conference

The speakers are:

Nora Daly of the British Library who will be looking at how digital technologies have changed research and exploring what role the 21st research library has in this new environment;

Consultant, Ken Chad, who has been working with a JISC ebooks project  looking at ebook business models in higher education with a view to help libraries and publishers better understand the requirements of patrons and develop affordable library-delivered e-books;

Emeritus Professor at Loughborough University, Charles Oppenheim, is our featured keynote speaker, and he’ll be discussing the legal aspects of the expanding digital  business models;

Sophie Rochester, an independent literary consultant and founder of The Literary Platform, a website dedicated to exploring new platforms for literature, will discuss new platforms and developments within ebooks,  and finally

Wendy Walker, of Glasgow University, will look at  patron driven acquisition at her home institution.

The Planning Group are delighted to announce that Jason Miles Campbell, manager of JISC Legal Services, has agreed to chair the event.

The exhibition to accompany the event has sold out in record time – a week after we announced the event all our spaces had been snapped up!

If you’re interested in attending there is a special earlybird rate of £65 avaiilable until 15th September and you can register here

You can also visit our lanyrd page   to find out more and add yourself as a delegate or opt to track the event.

Don’t forget the hashtag for the event is #ebooks11 so you can follow ebooks  on Twitter

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  1. […] final stop in October is in Glasgow for E-books Unbound – the 11th annual conference (we’d love to know what was on the agenda 11 years ago!) – […]

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