Invitation to a seminar for health libraries

Invitation to a seminar for health libraries to be held at the new Library of Birmingham on 18th March 2015.

PTFS Europe in conjunction with the BASE consortium of NHS libraries is holding a seminar at the new Library of Birmingham. The aim of the day is to showcase some of the new technologies available to health libraries, outline an opportunity to collaborate, share and discover resources across the NHS and to hear the experiences […]

The Reading Agency

The Reading Agency & PTFS Europe

PTFS Europe is pleased to co-sponsor the forthcoming Reading Agency Lecture delivered by Russell Brand on 25th November 2014 at the Institute of Education.Brand will share his own experience of books and reading while growing up in the UK,and discuss his views on the status of reading and storytelling in our culture today.   For further […]

Jisc Scotland

PTFS Europe & Jisc RSC Scotland – Open Source for Libraries

Jisc RSC Scotland, in association with PTFS Europe, are hosting a day of open source software demonstrations and opportunities for library and information services within Scotland. During the day there will be demonstrations and discussions relating to the open source library management system Koha,  and its integration with VuFind as a discovery service, serials management […]

Rebus:List Press

Open Source for the college library – a free seminar

Open Source for the college library – a free seminar PTFS Europe support and promote a range of “best of breed” open source software products for libraries. Together with North Warwickshire and Hinckley College we are holding a seminar primarily for library managers and systems librarians from Further Education colleges. This is a “free” event to showcase […]

Rebus:List Press

Open Source for the academic library – a seminar

Open Source for the academic library – a seminar PTFS Europe is holding a seminar at Manchester Metropolitan University on Tuesday the 16th of April. This seminar will provide the opportunity for librarians to hear of open source successes and how it meets the present and future needs of academic libraries. It is in these […]