4 March 2022
Annual Conference - #UKSG2022
Don't forget bookings are open for #UKSG2022, you can register and check out the programme here
You can win one of the sponsored places that are available thanks to Taylor & Francis (Merriman which gains you an expenses paid trip to UKSG and NASIG in Baltimore in June) and, thanks to Cambridge University Press, Gale, Royal Society of Chemistry and Wiley, Early Career Professionals. Check out our video from Katherine Stephan, recent Merriman winner, on her experiences here.
Watch Katherine Stephan from LJMU talk about her experience of winning the Merriman Award: https://youtu.be/NU6oXibGRgY
We still have a few stands available. Please visit https://uksg.jewelion.com/ or contact Karina at email@example.com for more information. More details on the Terms and Conditions can be found at https://bit.ly/31JNWg2
Look for the call for lightning talks for your exciting projects - out in March.
We know that some exhibitors have been approached by a company called Teeqtis claiming to have our delegate list - they don't, no-one outside UKSG does. All exhibitors will receive a copy of the name and company of all delegates in the weeks running up to the conference in May.
Our Annual General Meeting will be held virtually on Tuesday 29 March 2022 and papers will be sent to all Authorised Representatives and Main Contacts in advance. A formal pre-notice of the AGM is being mailed to member representatives now and details can be found here.
You need register in advance to attend the AGM (it is open to all) https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7159032779114725900
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Please do register - this is your UKSG! Everyone is welcome (members and non-members alike, but only the Authorised Representatives within our memberships can vote)
Election candidates are listed here with their short bios and voting details will be mailed out to all Authorised Representatives shortly.
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