Webinars

Since 1972, SLA Europe has organised various events to meet the needs and demands of our members – from professional development events, to discussions on new and emerging tech, all the way to day in the life stories of some of the careers, jobs, and roles that our members have.

Below is a collection of webinars and other recorded events, which are now available digitally.

Online Events

April 23 2020 – Combating digital health inequality in the time of coronavirus
A joint webinar from IFLA Heath and Biosciences Libraries section (HBS) and Evidence for Global and Disaster Health Special Interest Group (E4GHD).

April 29 2020 – How library and information professionals are coping during a pandemic
A panel discussion chaired by Stephen Phillips with current members of SLA Europe’s board.

May 20 2020Managing the mental stresses and strains of the changing work environment: where to turn?

A presentation chaired by our Events Committee on navigating the changing work environment and the associated stresses and challenges this has brought on information professionals across the world.

May 26 2020 (On Demand)Coronavirus: Implications on Megatrends

Presented by Euromonitor International, this webinar discusses how COVID-19 is reshaping some of our key megatrends, impacting how and why consumers shop, their core values and how businesses operate. 

June 3 2020Covid 19 and its impact on business research requirements and forecasts

A presentation from Ben Longman on what the pandemic means for forecasts and the type of information that is now critical for both suppliers and researchers.

July 1 2020 – Experimenting with Mind -Mapping: Concepts and Tools with Hal Kirkwood

A presentation briefly covering what mind-mapping is, how it can be used, and examining a selection of tools used to create mind maps for the benefits of users within an organisation or for personal development and reflection.

Podcasts

From 2011 to 2014, SLA Europe ran a podcast series, interviewing various members on their career, their current role, as well as their involvement with SLA. You can find previous episodes here, as well as on our YouTube channel.