RLUK is the organisation for research libraries in Britain and Ireland. The conference draws a large international audience from research libraries around the world.
The conference presentation explored services to support research data management, based on an international survey of librarians.
The workshop was for delegates to reflect on the potential meaning of artificial intelligence for academic libraries. It was based on the paper: Cox, A.M. , Pinfield, S. and Rutter, S. (2018) The intelligent library: Thought leaders’ views on the likely impact of artificial intelligence on academic libraries. Library Hi Tech. (open access version available here)
A video of Andrew and Stephen's talk can be viewed here.