Cilip west midlands member survey 2012 prelimary results

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Update from CILIP West Midlands including preliminary survey analysis.

Update from CILIP West Midlands including preliminary survey analysis.

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  • Respondents ask to choose just one which they felt was top priority. We recognise this is a difficult task to do but it helps us focus our energies on the areas of most crucial importance.
  • Respondents asked to rate event topics on how likely they would be to attend. These are the top five from a list of 17, which will be our priorities for upcoming events.

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  • 1. CILIP West Midlands Member Survey 2012CILIP membership: an investment in your professional future
  • 2. CILIP West Midlands “The role of the West Midland Branch of CILIP is to raise the profile, represent its members and enhance the expertise of library and information workers in the region.” CILIP West Midlands websiteCILIP membership: an investment in your professional future
  • 3. Preliminary analysis• 60 respondents, 52 of whom current members (mainly chartered or associate members)• Represent broad cross-section of sector (public, academic, health, schools, special collections, museums, government, corporate)• Members of most special interest groups representedCILIP membership: an investment in your professional future
  • 4. Priorities for next year Funding CPD opportunities, 8. Sharing 5% information sector news, 6.8% 1. Organising Collaboratingwith SIGs, 5.1% Regular member communication, training events 20.3% Advocacy at local level, 1.7% 2. Regular Advocacy at a networking national Regular networking opportunities, 20 level, 6.8% opportunities .3% Feeding into 3. Regular CILIPs policy Organising making, 8.5% member training events, 22.0% communicatio n CILIP membership: an investment in your professional future
  • 5. Popular topics for events1. Promoting the library and its services2. Visits to other libraries and information centres within the region3. Social media use (for libraries and librarians)4. Information technology5. Mobile technologies in librariesCILIP membership: an investment in your professional future
  • 6. Other highlights• Most respondents willing to travel in region if event is reasonably priced and has good transport links• Lots of interest in visiting new libraries in the region• Some people left their details offering to help – thank you!CILIP membership: an investment in your professional future
  • 7. Upcoming events• FRBR for the terrified, collaborative event with Cataloguing and Indexing Group (23rd May)• University of Worcester Research Collections incl. Hartlebury Castle & Hurd Library tour (9th May)• Visit to Sandwell Council Community History & Archives Service (7th June)CILIP membership: an investment in your professional future
  • 8. Subscribe for updates• Register on CILIP website in our region (home or workplace) to receive monthly ebulletins by email (members only)• Follow us on Facebook• Follow us on Twitter• Subscribe to Issuu to be notified of new issues of our newsletterCILIP membership: an investment in your professional future
  • 9. Contact us http://www.cilip.org.uk/wm cilipwm@yahoo.com http://www.facebook.com/cilipwm @cilipwmCILIP membership: an investment in your professional future