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Frankfurt Book Fair

14-18 October 2009

Frankfurt, Germany

Considered the biggest book fair in the world, the 2009 event will include specialist periodicals and academic and scientific journals as part of a new focus.

www.book-fair.com/en/fbf/

Internet Librarian International 09

15-16 October 2009

Novotel London West, London

An event to help attendees understand the impact and benefits of technological change and development within information environments on libraries and information organisations.

www.internet-librarian.com/2009/

Going Green? Sustainable Publishing

4 November 2009, Royal College of Pathologists, London

This seminar will be chaired by Pearson Education publisher Ashley Lodge, and aims to offer publishers and societies information and practical advice on what is involved in implementing a sustainable publishing policy. It follows on from the green publishing session at last year's ALPSP Conference.

http://www.alpsp.org/ngen_public/ article.asp?aid=44492

RFID in Libraries 09

10 November 2009

Kings Place, Kings Cross, London

The full-day event includes sessions such as: A new landscape for RFID; Managing RFID implementation in changing times; Getting to grips with RFID; Innovations in RFID--the world beyond the library; What now for RFID?

www.cilip.org.uk/interests/rfid/

rfid2009/programme.html

Innovating e-Learning Online Conference 09

24-27 November

Online

The fourth JISC international online conference focuses on two themes--Finding the Way and Meeting the Challenge--reflecting the challenges facing further and higher education in the 21st century. It will explore the increased options offered by technology.

http://tinyurl.com/jiscelp
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