Events

CAVAL host a range of events each year, including half-day forums, study tours, workshops and the annual CRIG Seminar. Many events are free of charge, and held exclusively for staff of CAVAL's member libraries. Others are open to all.

Upcoming Events

CAVAL’s next events are two CSCN community of practice sessions on the 24th and 26th of May. The program and registration links can be accessed here.

On 7th and 9th June, CRIG will present two webinars on two different topics. For further details, click here.

Past Events

 

2022

  • Communicating with impact, PDIG webinar series 1, 3rd and 5th May 2022. The full program can be viewed here, while slides and further resources from the events can be accessed here.

2021

  • Creativity Out of Uncertainty, CRIG Seminar, 9th, 10th and 12th November 2021.
    The full program can be viewed here, while slides and further resources from the events can be accessed here.

  • DigiDeclutter: What works for you? Workshop. CRIG forum 2 20 October 2021.
    Slides and further resources from the workshop can be found here.

  • Boost your Comms Cred with Negotiation and Networking, PDIG webinar series 2, 7th and 8th September 2021.
    The video recording of the negotiation event can be found here, while the full program can be viewed here.

  • CSCN Community of Practice 25th and 26th August 2021: Digital Literacy Skills for Staff and Students.
    The full program can be viewed here.

  • SOS: Selling Open Scholarship – Innovations in librarians advocating for open scholarship, CRIG webinar series 1, 23rd and 25th June 2021.
    Video recordings, slides and further resources can be found here.

  • CRIG / PDIG Joint Forum 2021, Our future: Diversified or diluted?, 25th May and 27th May 2021.
    Video recordings, slides and further resources can be found here.

  • Steer your Career, PDIG webinar series 1, 23rd, 25th and 30th March 2021.
    Video recordings, slides and further resources can be found here.

  • Championing the CAUL Digital Dexterity Framework, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 11th and 12th February 2021.
    Video recordings, slides and further resources can be found here.

2020

2019

2018

2017