Monthly Archives: April 2020

Hebcon Conference 2020 – will now take place in March 2022

 

The HEBCoN Team have made the decision to postpone the 2020 conference in Liverpool until the same time next year. It will be held on Thursday 17th and Friday 18th March 2022.

If you have already booked a space then your place will automatically rolled over.

Things To Do in Liverpool

Where to start? There’s so much to do in Liverpool city region, the only problem might be deciding exactly what to do first.

Cultural capital, birthplace of The Beatles Liverpool has world-class attractions, a proud sporting history and beautiful outdoor spaces  including Royal Albert Dock- located on Liverpool’s incredible World Heritage Site waterfront, independent eateries, boutiques and museums, house within this iconic collection of buildings.

We will bring a host of new speakers and a variety of opportunites for you to network and discover Liverpool.

 

HEBCoN Exec team

New Chair

I’m honoured to take over as Chair of HEBCoN. I’ve been involved with the network for a number of years now, back indeed when David Forbes of Imperial was chair and the network was much smaller. The continued growth and stability of the network in recent years owes much to Mark Webster, our outgoing chair. That it is thriving and in such a strong position is in large part thanks to the strategy led by Mark and the hard work done by him and the rest of the exec.

We had hoped to be able to thank Mark publicly and properly at the conference in Liverpool in March, but unfortunately events have overtaken us. However, we will be rearranging the conference and look forward to giving him the thanks and the send off he deserves for all that he has done for the network. Stepping into his shoes, and ... Read more

Farewell

Dear All

As my three years as HEBCoN Chair come to an end I wish to say a big thankyou to the Executive Team who have worked tirelessly to continue to grow and develop the network, which is in a strong position to support our members during the current disruption. Membership of HEBCoN has continued to grow, as has attendance at conference, regional meetings and participation in the Jisc Mail chat. My hope is that as our experience of holding online meetings develops we will run more frequent regional or thematic meetings remotely, increasing the opportunities for members to share experiences and collaborate. I wish everyone well in the coming months and hope that we are all able to build on the enhanced respect we have gained for our profession.

Mark.