Speaker: Dr Katharine Schopflin
Katharine Schopflin is an Information Manager and Librarian with nearly 25 years experience across a range of sectors. She currently works as an information governance manager for an NHS Trust, but has worked extensively in knowledge and information management for local and central government, non-profit organisations and in the commercial sector. She is the author of three professional books, the latest of which 'Practical Knowledge and Information Management' (co-authored by Matt Walsh) was published by Facet Publishing in 2019. She has a PhD in Library and Information Studies from University College London, where she has also been a sessional lecturer in Management for Information Professionals.
The seminar will be chaired by Anne Welsh.
This is an entirely synchronous seminar: no preparation in advance (except for the speaker, obviously), no recordings afterwards, just an expert speaker talking on Zoom for around half and hour followed by group discussion and chat.