We love it when a plan comes together…

20 places remaining!

We’re starting to add some (hopefully) useful ‘admin’ information to the Mashed Library wiki page for Pancakes and Mash, including:

This programme is in perpetual beta, but here’s the itinerary as it currently stands: we’re confirming speakers and will add some names to the wiki soon.

Monday 7 March

19.00 Drinks reception: introduction by Ian Snowley, University of Lincoln GCW University Library

Tuesday 8 March

10.00 Coffee & Registration EMMTEC Foyer
10.30 Welcome & Keynote: Gary Green, Surrey County Council: “Loud Library Voices: Campaigning, The Web, Journalists & The Offline World” AR1201, Architecture Building
11.30 Coffee & Cake EMMTEC Foyer
12.00 Mash Time!
Brayford (MT205), EMMTEC: “We Can Haz Ur Data!?” with Alex Bilbie & Nick Jackson, University of Lincoln
Carholme (MT207), EMMTEC: “Using Web2.0 tools to save libraries” with Gary Green, Surrey County Council
Guildhall (MT208), EMMTEC: “Metadata Forum: building a community around metadata” with Stephanie Taylor, UKOLN
Flexible areas across campus
13.00 Lunch & Pancakes The Atrium, Main Admin Building
14.00 Mash Time!
Brayford (MT205), EMMTEC: “Mash at lunchtime” with Alison McNab, De Montfort University / “Across the divide: how geeks and non geeks can have meaningful conversations with each other, and how we’re all the same, really” with Stephanie Taylor, UKOLN
Carholme (MT207), EMMTEC: Open mashup challenge!
Guildhall (MT208), EMMTEC: Open mashup challenge!
Flexible areas across campus
16.00 Tea & Thanks EMMTEC Foyer
16.30 Close

Is the mash half full, or half empty?

We’re jubilant; ecstatic; superlunar: Pancakes and Mash is now officially half full.

30 places remaining! Book now to avoid disappointment, etc.

Cathedral morning landscape

In other news, we’ve started adding details of Lincoln hotels, B&Bs, pubs, restaurants, and travel options to the Mashed Library wiki. If you know Lincoln, then please get stuck in—edit the page—and add your own recommendations!