An afternoon exploring the King’s Fund library, uncovering Marylebone’s medical history and mixing with other librarian professionals who use, or would like to use Koha LMS.
2pm, Tuesday 3 December 2019
The King’s Fund, 11–13 Cavendish Square, London
The King’s Fund is celebrating
It is ten years since The King’s Fund went live with Koha as their library management system in their Information Centre. Having supported them in their implementation and with their hosting and ongoing support needs over the past decade, we would like to celebrate with them and are delighted to invite you along too.
Come to London for the afternoon of Tuesday 3 December for an opportunity to explore The King’s Fund’s unique home; hear from staff in the Information and Knowledge Service about their experience using Koha over the past ten years; mix with fellow colleagues from libraries in similar and very different sectors to your own; and hear from PTFS Europe staff about our role in supporting Koha installations across the UK and Europe.
The official start to the afternoon will be at 2pm and there will be a gentle walking tour as part of the programme when you will have a chance to discover the secrets of Marylebone’s medical history. The official programme of events will run until 5:30pm at which point we will hope to see many of you in the relaxed setting of a local hostelry for a more social end to the day.
Please complete this form to let us know whether you would like to attend.
About The King’s Fund
The King’s Fund is an independent charity working to improve health and care in England. Their vision is that the best possible health and care is available to all They were founded in 1897 by the Prince of Wales – later King Edward VII – to help London’s voluntary hospitals. Since then their work has evolved in response to the creation of the NHS and to changes in health policy and practice. The funding built up in our early years helps them to maintain their much-valued independence.
The information centre is home to The King’s Fund’s Information and Knowledge Service.
The Information Centre houses their extensive collection of health policy and management resources, including major journals and magazines. Quiet study space with free wifi, printing and photocopy facilities are available. Expert advice and support is available from their team of information specialists.