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Cilip SLG. Annual G eneral Meeting: Chair’s Report 6 April 2014. Chair’s Report 2013: committee. Our thanks to everyone on the national committee for their hard work throughout the year:

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Cilip slg

Cilip SLG

Annual General Meeting: Chair’s Report

6 April 2014


Chair s report 2013 committee
Chair’s Report 2013: committee

Our thanks to everyone on the national committee for their hard work throughout the year:

  • Sue Bastone, Elizabeth Bentley, June Brooks (Treasurer), Sheila Compton (Secretary), Annie Everall, Rebecca Hemming (Joint Vice-chair), John Iona, Rebecca Jones, Michael Margerison (Joint Vice-chair), Sally McIntosh, Sarah Masters, Caroline Roche, Sue Shaper (Chair), Susan Staniforth, Karen Usher.

    And also to Adrian Thompson who was co-opted for 2013

    Sue Bowtell stood down as chair of the London & South East sub-group at the end of 2013. We are very grateful for all she has done over the years and pleased that she remains as a committee member. Long-standing committee members Jacqui Clare, Paul Fletcher, Sonia Constantinou and Maggie Campbell also stood down.


Chair s report events
Chair’s Report: Events

  • Our 2013 AGM was held at DustonSchool in the library that won the SLA Library Design Award 2012. The guest speakers were Adam Lancaster and Jayne Truran. They shared their ideas on using and promoting non-fiction books in the computer age.

  • London & SE subgroup events included a visit to the Museum of London, a “LibMeet” at Lilian Baylis School and a training day, “Moving English Forward”.


Duston school library
Duston School Library


Chair s report publications
Chair’s report: publications

  • Monthly e-newsletter

  • “I've been a member of CILIP for over 20 years but have only recently moved from university libraries to a school library. Can I just say that this newsletter is the most useful publication I have read in all that time: relevant, helpful, shared knowledge and professional expertise. Brilliant,thanks.”

  • Well done and thank you to Rebecca Hemming for this service!

  • SLiVOur online journal, is published twice a year via the SLG pages on the CILIP website. We are grateful to Atiya Afghan, the editor, and all the contributors.

  • Paper bulletinAs a new initiative in summer 2013, we produced a paper newsletter, edited by Sarah Masters. We thank The Library Services Trust for the funding to make this possible and hope that we may be able to make this an annual publication.


Chair s report partnerships
Chair’s report: partnerships

  • CILIP’s Branch and Group Forum Active representation and participation at meetings thanks to Rebecca Hemming and Michael Margerison

  • CILIP Umbrella conference Karen Lilliman from York and Andrew Willetts from Scotland won SLG sponsored places.

  • CILIP’s Youth Libraries Group Karen Usher represents SLG on the committee that oversees the Carnegie and Greenaway Medals. Sue Shaper and Karen Usher represented SLG at the award ceremony.

  • School Library Association The event at Duston School was a joint event. Sue Shaper and Sue Bastone represented SLG at the SLOTY ceremony. Collaboration on the Pupil Librarian Award is ongoing.


Chair s report support
Chair’s report: support

  • Enquiry service via the website

  • Leaflet for parents and governors

    “Amazing – what a fantastic advocacy tool. Will use some of the stats about search skills when I teach good online search practice after Half Term. Thank you!”

    “This is fantastic! And perfectly timed for our Sixth Form Parents’ Evening on Monday and Open Day in November, plus rumours of an inspection … I shall sprinkle them about the place liberally.”


Chair s report advocacy and representation
Chair’s report: advocacy and representation

  • TES Forums

  • All Party Parliamentary Group report

  • National curriculum consultation

  • Arts consultation

  • Local Authority Support Services consultation

  • Digital summit

  • Information Literacy Task Force

  • Carnegie & Greenaway Steering Group

  • Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award


Chair s report online
Chair’s report: online

  • CILIP’s new website and VLE ongoing development

  • SLG Twitter account run by John Iona http://twitter.com/#!/CILIPSLG

  • SLG Scotland subgroup - a new blog, updated fortnightly, shares good practice http://slgscotland.wordpress.com/


Congratulations
Congratulations:

  • To Barbara Band on becoming CILIP’s President

  • To John Iona on becoming SLA’s School Librarian Of The Year 2013


2014

  • The committee – We have a full committee for this year. Names and contacts are on the website.

  • The Guidelines - We worked throughout 2013 and are pleased to announce the April 2014publication of the 3rd edition of “The CILIP Guidelines For Secondary School Libraries”.

  • The World War 1 Pack – Designed as a service for our members and as an advocacy tool for members to promote the library with History teachers. The hard copy costs £5 and includes an attractive folder. Alternatively members may download the sheets free from the website.


The success of slg depends on its members so please
The success of SLG depends on its members, so please:

  • Sign up on the CILIP website for the e-newsletter

  • Complete the survey about our publications

  • Offer to host an event for us

  • Write something for one of the publications

  • Follow SLG on Twitter

  • Enter our World War 1 competition

  • Spread the word about the guidelines

  • Download and use the parents’ leaflet

  • Tell others about our work

  • Join a committee (elections November 2014)