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UKOLN 30th Anniversary Celebrations

Posted by Brian Kelly (UK Web Focus) on 7 April 2008

I’ve just written a post about my participation at the Museums and the Web 2008 conference. Although I’m pleased to be so actively involved in this conference, I do regret the fact that the conference coincides with the UKOLN 30th Anniversary celebrations which will be taking place at the British Library Conference Centre on Thursday 10th April 2008.

As my colleague Paul Walk has written, the event features talks from senior figures in the Library, Higher Education and Cultural Heritage sectors.  I will be sorry to miss the opportunity to meet up with the speakers and participants at the event.  I would particularly have liked to chat to Lorcan Dempsey, who appointed me to the post of UK Web Focus back in 1996. And I should acknowledge Cliff Lynch’s dedication – Cliff will be giving a talk on Reflections on Museums and the Web 2008 here in Montreal on Saturday 12 April, just two days after speaking at the UKOLN event.  Unfortunately as I am running sessions on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday it hasn’t been possible for me to participate at both events – although I hope that a short video clip giving my reflections of my time at UKOLN will be played at the event.

My best wishes to everyone at the anniversary event, and all those others I’ve met during my eleven years at UKOLN who have helped to make my role at UKOLN so stimulating and enjoyable.

 

 

 

 

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One Response to “UKOLN 30th Anniversary Celebrations”

  1. So much has happened in the interim, it seems like longer than 11 years ;-)

    Sorry to miss you …. Lorcan

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