[open-literature] Fwd: Food for Thought - Open Shakespeare in Cambridge's English Faculty
rufus.pollock at okfn.org
Thu Apr 7 09:09:04 UTC 2011
I'd suggest a short 10m presentation :)
On 4 April 2011 19:57, James Harriman-Smith <jh570 at cam.ac.uk> wrote:
> I received an invitation for Open Shakespeare to come to the annual 'Food
> for Thought' event in the English Faculty the other day. They offer us two
> formats: either a stand or a short, 10 min presentation - which one do
> people think is best for us?
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: N. Tumelty <nt311 at cam.ac.uk>
> Date: 31 March 2011 09:52
> Subject: Food for Thought
> To: "J. Harriman-Smith" <jh570 at cam.ac.uk>
> Dear James,
> One of the events that the English Faculty Library organises for members of
> this Faculty & Librarians from around the institution & any other Arts and
> Humanities Faculty members who are interested, is an event that we call
> 'Food dor Thought'. This has taken the form of a resource and service 'fair'
> in June lasting for an afternoon. The event is a mix of publishers with
> stands, some of whom give short resource presentations.
> We are expecting publishers like OUP, CUP, Gale Cengage & Proquest but also
> have others eg ebook providers such as Touch Press, the local academic
> bookshop (Heffers) and this year Netskills is running a short course on the
> same afternoon. It is also an opporunity for the University Library to
> promote various services. The whole event hinges on supporting researchers
> in the Arts in a variety of ways.
> This year we will be including a plenary talk to precede the 'fair' which
> will focus on the research process and will include a presentation by Gareth
> Knight from CeRcH, Kings College, London.
> We were wondering if you would be available and would like to join us. You
> would be welcome to do a short presentation about Open Shakespeare in
> seminar style or just have a stand.
> It will be on Monday June 27th in the afternoon and will be held in the
> Faculty Library and in a seminar room in the same building. If you were
> interested in coming along we would be delighted.
> If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to ask.
> With best wishes,
> Niamh Tumelty
> Assistant Librarian
> English Faculty Library
> Elizabeth Tilley MA, MCLIP, FHEA
> Faculty of English
> University of Cambridge
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> CB3 9DP
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