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UKSG Delegate to NASIG sponsored by Taylor & Francis Group.

Deadline for applications is 10th March 2021

Applications will be marked according to the following criteria:
  • Evidence that applicant can demonstrate innovation and initiative
  • Evidence that the applicant will improve knowledge / has referred to the conference programme
  • Evidence that attendance at the conference has communication skills and will actively participate/network
  • Evidence that the applicant would effectively disseminate ideas/knowledge gained from the conference


Section 1: Personal details


Section 2: Reasons for Applying

(250-400 words)
Guidance: you may wish to outline a practical proposal that could be easily implemented with the right resources or a more ambitious ‘blue skies’ solution for the sector.
You could consider: is there a gap in current provision or a lack of joined up thinking? If you were in the charge of the budget or hiring what would you spend it on? If you had the right skills/team, what would you want to implement?

UKSG may be able to work with the successful applicant to make their idea a reality, for example, by providing a grant from the UKSG Research and Innovation Group. Alternatively, we might ask you to write up your ideas as an Insights article.


(max. 200 words)

(max. 200 words)

Section 3:  Referee details 

If you are expecting to attend NASIG and UKSG during work time, your referee must be your line manager so that they can confirm you will be able to attend. Referees will only be contacted if your application is successful. They will be asked to confirm that the details you have supplied are accurate.

Section 4: Permissions

Data protection
The personal data collected, processed and stored by UKSG will be used solely for the purposes of providing our services to you. UKSG never releases data to third parties for marketing purposes. UKSG Privacy and Data Protection policy.

Our code of conduct can be found here:


Section 5: Terms & Conditions