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January 17, 2012 by MMIT

The MmIT National Conference 2012 was held on the 17th April at the University of Sheffield.

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Increasing LIS impact with new technologies

Keynote speakers are Ross Mahon, Apps Edu Evangelist, from Google and Marshall Breeding, of the Library Technology Guides (

Workshop sessions include:

  • Dave Pattern – Discovering discovery: Experiences of implementing Summon at Huddersfield
  • Jon Fletcher – In the palm of their hand: The next step for the handheld librarian
  • Andy Tattersall and Claire Beecroft – A free web toolkit for the modern library
  • Rene Meijer – Designing space and services to support digital literacies

There will also be Expert Q&A; 5 minute quick fixes; Interactive voting session and tours of University of Sheffield’s Information Commons.

Conference web site:

You can also keep up with the conference on Lanyrd:

Cost: £120 (incl VAT) for MMIT members; £156 (incl VAT) for non members. A limited number of reduced price places are available for unwaged and students.



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