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BLA 2018 Conference

Swansea University

Conference room – SoM 010, Exhibition and Coffee – SoM Atrium, 011

  • 12:00-13:20 – Registration, lunch and sponsor exhibition
  • 13:20-13:30 – Welcome, housekeeping and opening talk – Lori Havard (SU Library)
  • 13:30-14:30 – Tsunami or ripple: Librarians make a difference

    Professor Sally Bradley, Academic Lead in Accreditation, Award and Recognition, HEA and Professor, Sheffield Hallam University

    Professor Sally Bradley is the Academic Lead for Professional Learning and Development at the Higher Education Academy (HEA). She joined the HEA in 2014 to work as Academic Lead in Accreditation, Recognition and Reward. She is an Honorary Professor in the Faculty of Health and Wellbeing, at Sheffield Hallam, where she continues to teach on two modules, “Concepts of Learning and Teaching”, one delivered face to face and the other wholly online.
    Sally’s higher education career started in 1998 in the Adsetts Learning Centre at Sheffield Hallam University, where she was a part-time Information Adviser in the Business Team. She initially looked after banking and finance and went on to look after the European Information Centre. Her research career started after conducting research commissioned by the Director of the Learning Centre, Graham Bulpitt. Sally’s first conference presentation was at the 2003 Umbrella Conference “Information In Action”, where she presented “Practitioner Research” for the Library and Information Research Group. She went on to work as an Educational Developer and Pedagogic Researcher, featuring in the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise (RAE).
    Sally is a Principal Fellow of the HEA and a Senior Fellow of SEDA. She holds a PhD from Lancaster University in Educational Research, an MSc in Strategic Information Systems Management from Sheffield Hallam University and a BSc (Hons) in Computing and Systems from the Open University.
  • 14:30-14:45 – EBSCO (Gold Sponsor) presentation
  • 14:45-15:15 – If you need help ask your PALS: The development of Pre-Arrival Library Support for international studentsSue Marshall, Business Librarian, Coventry University
  • 15:15-15:45 – Coffee and sponsor exhibition
  • 15:45-16:00 – 1st Member paper – Engaging Academics through University Wide Collaboration – Nicola Dennis, Aston University
  • 16:00-16:15 – 2nd Member paper – Delivering expert services in a functional model: bringing a business data service into a wider teaching and learning service – Phil Reed, University of Manchester
  • 16:15-16:30 – 3rd Member paper – Grabbing opportunities where you find them – Critical Thinking Toolkit creates an opportunity to further embed IL teaching – Robert Elves, Kingston University
  • 16:30-16:40 – 1st Silver Sponsor Emerald presentation
  • 16:40-16:50 – 2nd Silver Sponsor Bureau van Dijk presentation
  • 16:50 – Close
  • 18:45-22:45 – National Waterfront Museum – Evening meal and quiz
  • 09:00-09:30 – Sponsor exhibition
  • 09:30-09:40 – Welcome and housekeeping
  • 09:40-09:50 – 3rd Silver Sponsor Euromonitor Presentation
  • 09:50-10:00 – 4th Silver Sponsor IBIS World Presentation
  • 10:00-10:30 – Opening presentationMartin Stringer, Pro-Vice Chancellor, Swansea University
  • 10:30-11:00 – Making waves with a new approach to core reading: REVEL from PearsonSarah Owens, School of Management, Swansea University
  • 11:00-11:20 – Title: TBC – Paul Horsler, LSE joint talk with BvD
  • 11:20-11:45 – Coffee and sponsor exhibition
  • 11:45-12:45 – Staying afloat in a sea of technological change

    Andy Tattersall, Information Specialist, University of Sheffield

    Andy Tattersall is an Information Specialist at The School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) and writes, teaches and gives talks about digital academia, technology, scholarly communications, open research, web and information science, apps, altmetrics and social media. In particular, their application for research, teaching, learning, knowledge management and collaboration. Andy received a Senate Award from The University of Sheffield’ for his pioneering work on MOOCs in 2013 and is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Andy was named in Jisc’s Top 10 Social Media Superstars for 2017. He is also Chair for The Library and Information Association – Multi Media and Information Technology Committee. Andy edited a book on Altmetrics for Facet Publishing which is aimed at researchers and librarians.
    tweets @Andy_Tattersall
  • 12:45-13:00 – 4th Member paper – Expecting a tidal wave but only ripples so far: the full-scale installation of mobile shelving at the University of Surrey – Catherine Batson, University of Surrey
  • 13:00-14:00 – Lunch and sponsor exhibition
  • 14:00-14:15 – 5th Member paper – Chris Martindale, University of Derby
  • 14:15-14:30 – 6th Member paper – From drowning to surfing! Introducing a standard yet flexible framework for embedded information literacy interventions – Hannah Porter, Southampton Solent University
  • 14:30-14:40 – 5th Silver Sponsor Proquest Presentation
  • 14:40-14:50 – 6th Silver Sponsor S&P Global Presentation
  • 14:50-15:00 – 7th Silver Sponsor Statista Presentation
  • 15:00-16:00 – Swansea University Library’s Information Literacy Box of Tricks – One size does not fit allElen Wyn Davies and Giles Lloyd-Brown, Swansea University
  • 16:00-16:30 – Coffee and sponsor exhibition
  • 16:30 – Close
  • 19:00-23:00 – George Hall, Brangwyn – Conference dinner
  • 09:25-09:30 – Welcome and housekeeping
  • 09:30-10:15 – AGM (https://blalib.org/members-area/meetings/agm2018/)
  • 10:15-10:45 – DigicatPaul Davies, Lecturer, School of Management, Swansea University
  • 10:45-11:00 – Coffee
  • 11:00-12:00 – Contract Cheating: a legal and other approaches to Essay Mills

    Michael Draper, Associate Professor in Law, Swansea University

    Michael Draper LLB LLM PFHEA
    A lawyer by background and a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
    Michael is currently Director Swansea Academy Inclusivity and Learner Success and Chair of the University Academic Regulations and Student Cases Board.
    Michael was a member of the QAA working party that produced sector wide guidance in October 2017 on Contracting to Cheat in Higher Education.
  • 12:00-12:45 – Panel discussion on academic integrity – Chair: Alasdair Stewart Panel: Michael Draper, Janet Collins, Karen Crouch, Chris Martindale, Centre for Academic Success – TBC
  • 12:45 Conference close
  • 12:00-14:00 – Optional tour of Bay Library (13:00-13:30) and Collection of packed lunches and departure

Welcome / Croeso
We are looking forward to welcoming you to Swansea University’s Bay Campus for the BLA Conference 2018. If you want to share taxi from and to airport or stations, here is the link to the Google shared spreadsheet document.

Please go straight to Bay Campus when you arrive on Wednesday. You will receive your hotel room key at the conference registration desk. A room will be available to leave your luggage for the afternoon. (Further details below.)

Directions – Swansea University Bay Campus
The Conference will be held in the School of Management on the Bay Campus (Building No.7 on the map): http://www.swansea.ac.uk/media/bay_campus_map.pdf.

Air: The nearest airport to Swansea is Cardiff Airport. Various airlines fly direct to Cardiff from UK and International destinations. There are frequent connecting buses and trains from the airport to Swansea High Street Rail Station or Quadrant Bus Station. From there, either the number 8 or 10 bus will take you to the Bay Campus. Information can be found at the Cardiff Airport website.

Rail: Regular trains from London Paddington, South Wales and the rest of the UK arrive at Swansea’s High Street Station. The number 10 bus from the train station takes you to the Bay Campus, or it is a 10 minute taxi ride. Journey times/information can be found on the National Rail website. The fastest route direct to the Bay Campus for delegates coming from the East of Swansea is to take the train to Port Talbot Parkway and it’s a short taxi ride to the campus from there.

Taxi: Taxi ranks can be found at the train and bus stations, and throughout various locations in Swansea city centre. Port Talbot Parkway train station has a taxi rank. Regular taxis come to the Bay Campus, or you can ask the Customer Services Team in the campus Library to arrange taxis for a specific time. The main taxi company servicing Swansea University is Data Cabs.

Coach: There are coach services to Swansea, including some to the Bay Campus, from across the UK via National Express. They will all stop at the Quadrant Bus Station, where you can change to a number 8 or 10 bus to the campus, or catch a taxi for a 10 minute trip to campus.

Bus: Buses in Swansea are run by First Cymru, which operates several bus routes that stop both on the Bay Campus (number 8 or 10) and other locations throughout the Swansea Bay area. The X1 serves Port Talbot Parkway train station and stops just outside Bay Campus. It runs hourly. The buses accept cash or contactless payment. Fare information and timetables are on the First Cymru website. There is also a Traveline page for Swansea University: http://myunijourney.traveline.cymru/swansea-university.

Road: If travelling by car, leave the M4 at Junction 42 (signposted Swansea A483) where the slip road will bring you onto Fabian Way. At the first roundabout (1.1 miles) take the second exit continuing west (the first exit is a no through road). Continue straight across the junction with traffic lights (Bay Studios will be on your right). Turn left at the next set of traffic lights to enter the Bay Campus. There is very limited parking available on campus and we would advise using the nearby Park and Ride facility.

Park and Ride: There is a Park and Ride facility located at Fabian Way, Swansea which is a short distance from the Bay Campus. This facility costs £2.50 per car, per day for city centre travel. If you wish to travel to the Bay Campus using Park and Ride, there is an additional cost of £1.50 per car per day. The total cost of using Park and Ride to travel to the Bay Campus is £4.00 per car.

Conference venues
Registration: The registration desk will be open in the School of Management Atrium throughout the conference.

We will provide you with a delegate pack and programme.

A luggage room will be available on Wednesday and Friday.

All catering (coffee/tea breaks, lunch) and sponsors displays will take place in the School of Management Atrium and 011. All of the presentations will also take place in the School of Management, in room 010.

Programme
The programme will be in your delegate pack and is also available on the BLA website.

Bay Library Tours
Tours of the Bay Library will be available from 13.00-13.30 on Friday 29th June.

WiFi access
Wireless Internet access is available campus-wide. You can connect to one of two networks: the Swansea University Visitors’ WiFi and Eduroam. Information about connecting to wifi is available online: http://www.swansea.ac.uk/it-services/wi-fi/. Customer Service staff will be available to help with this at the conference.

Accommodation
Delegates will stay at the Village Hotel. You will check in at Bay Campus – collect your hotel room key on arrival at the Registration Desk in the School of Management Atrium. Transport will be provided between the hotel and other venues (see below).

Explore Swansea
Please see the Visit Swansea Bay website for things to do in Swansea and the surrounding area.

Social Events

  • Evening meal, Wednesday 27th June
    National Waterfront Museum
    19.00-23.30
    A three-course meal with complimentary drinks will be held at the National Waterfront Museum on Wednesday evening. There will be a quiz during the evening. Transport will be provided to and from the venue (see below).
  • Gala dinner, Thursday 28th June
    George Hall, Brangwyn
    19.00-23.30
    The gala dinner will be held on Thursday 28th June at George Hall, Brangwyn. Harpist Delyth Jenkins will provide accompanying music. Transport will be provided to and from the venue (see below).

Transport
Cymru Coaches will provide transport between venues and sites during the conference:

  • Wednesday
  • 17.00 Depart Bay Campus for Village Hotel
  • 18.45 Depart Village Hotel for National Waterfront Museum
  • 23.30 Depart National Waterfront Museum for Village Hotel
  • Thursday
  • 08.45 Depart Village Hotel for Bay Campus
  • 17.00 Depart Bay Campus for Village Hotel
  • 18.45 Depart Village Hotel for George Hall
  • 23.30 Depart George Hall for Village Hotel
  • Friday
  • 08.45 Depart Village Hotel for Bay Campus

Twitter
The official hashtag is #SwanseaBLA. Follow us @BLAlibNews.

Delegate list
There will be a list of delegates available in your conference pack. It will include delegate names and organisations.

Photography
Please note that photographs will be taken at the conference. These photos may appear on the BLA website or in other forms of conference publicity.

Campus facilities
There are cashpoints and a Tesco Express mini supermarket on campus near the School of Management. There are catering outlets available on campus: http://www.swansea.ac.uk/catering/eatdrink/baycampus/ (opening hours may be restricted during vacation).

Taxis
The main taxi company servicing Swansea University is Data Cabs: +44 (0)1792 474747 / 545454
Alternatively, the following taxi companies also operate in Swansea:
Yellow Cabs: +44 (0)1792 644446
Oyster Cabs: +44 (0)1792 367777

+ Wednesday 27th June
  • 12:00-13:20 – Registration, lunch and sponsor exhibition
  • 13:20-13:30 – Welcome, housekeeping and opening talk – Lori Havard (SU Library)
  • 13:30-14:30 – Tsunami or ripple: Librarians make a difference

    Professor Sally Bradley, Academic Lead in Accreditation, Award and Recognition, HEA and Professor, Sheffield Hallam University

    Professor Sally Bradley is the Academic Lead for Professional Learning and Development at the Higher Education Academy (HEA). She joined the HEA in 2014 to work as Academic Lead in Accreditation, Recognition and Reward. She is an Honorary Professor in the Faculty of Health and Wellbeing, at Sheffield Hallam, where she continues to teach on two modules, “Concepts of Learning and Teaching”, one delivered face to face and the other wholly online.
    Sally’s higher education career started in 1998 in the Adsetts Learning Centre at Sheffield Hallam University, where she was a part-time Information Adviser in the Business Team. She initially looked after banking and finance and went on to look after the European Information Centre. Her research career started after conducting research commissioned by the Director of the Learning Centre, Graham Bulpitt. Sally’s first conference presentation was at the 2003 Umbrella Conference “Information In Action”, where she presented “Practitioner Research” for the Library and Information Research Group. She went on to work as an Educational Developer and Pedagogic Researcher, featuring in the 2008 Research Assessment Exercise (RAE).
    Sally is a Principal Fellow of the HEA and a Senior Fellow of SEDA. She holds a PhD from Lancaster University in Educational Research, an MSc in Strategic Information Systems Management from Sheffield Hallam University and a BSc (Hons) in Computing and Systems from the Open University.
  • 14:30-14:45 – EBSCO (Gold Sponsor) presentation
  • 14:45-15:15 – If you need help ask your PALS: The development of Pre-Arrival Library Support for international studentsSue Marshall, Business Librarian, Coventry University
  • 15:15-15:45 – Coffee and sponsor exhibition
  • 15:45-16:00 – 1st Member paper – Engaging Academics through University Wide Collaboration – Nicola Dennis, Aston University
  • 16:00-16:15 – 2nd Member paper – Delivering expert services in a functional model: bringing a business data service into a wider teaching and learning service – Phil Reed, University of Manchester
  • 16:15-16:30 – 3rd Member paper – Grabbing opportunities where you find them – Critical Thinking Toolkit creates an opportunity to further embed IL teaching – Robert Elves, Kingston University
  • 16:30-16:40 – 1st Silver Sponsor Emerald presentation
  • 16:40-16:50 – 2nd Silver Sponsor Bureau van Dijk presentation
  • 16:50 – Close
  • 18:45-22:45 – National Waterfront Museum – Evening meal and quiz
+ Thursday 28th June
  • 09:00-09:30 – Sponsor exhibition
  • 09:30-09:40 – Welcome and housekeeping
  • 09:40-09:50 – 3rd Silver Sponsor Euromonitor Presentation
  • 09:50-10:00 – 4th Silver Sponsor IBIS World Presentation
  • 10:00-10:30 – Opening presentationMartin Stringer, Pro-Vice Chancellor, Swansea University
  • 10:30-11:00 – Making waves with a new approach to core reading: REVEL from PearsonSarah Owens, School of Management, Swansea University
  • 11:00-11:20 – Title: TBC – Paul Horsler, LSE joint talk with BvD
  • 11:20-11:45 – Coffee and sponsor exhibition
  • 11:45-12:45 – Staying afloat in a sea of technological change

    Andy Tattersall, Information Specialist, University of Sheffield

    Andy Tattersall is an Information Specialist at The School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) and writes, teaches and gives talks about digital academia, technology, scholarly communications, open research, web and information science, apps, altmetrics and social media. In particular, their application for research, teaching, learning, knowledge management and collaboration. Andy received a Senate Award from The University of Sheffield’ for his pioneering work on MOOCs in 2013 and is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Andy was named in Jisc’s Top 10 Social Media Superstars for 2017. He is also Chair for The Library and Information Association – Multi Media and Information Technology Committee. Andy edited a book on Altmetrics for Facet Publishing which is aimed at researchers and librarians.
    tweets @Andy_Tattersall
  • 12:45-13:00 – 4th Member paper – Expecting a tidal wave but only ripples so far: the full-scale installation of mobile shelving at the University of Surrey – Catherine Batson, University of Surrey
  • 13:00-14:00 – Lunch and sponsor exhibition
  • 14:00-14:15 – 5th Member paper – Chris Martindale, University of Derby
  • 14:15-14:30 – 6th Member paper – From drowning to surfing! Introducing a standard yet flexible framework for embedded information literacy interventions – Hannah Porter, Southampton Solent University
  • 14:30-14:40 – 5th Silver Sponsor Proquest Presentation
  • 14:40-14:50 – 6th Silver Sponsor S&P Global Presentation
  • 14:50-15:00 – 7th Silver Sponsor Statista Presentation
  • 15:00-16:00 – Swansea University Library’s Information Literacy Box of Tricks – One size does not fit allElen Wyn Davies and Giles Lloyd-Brown, Swansea University
  • 16:00-16:30 – Coffee and sponsor exhibition
  • 16:30 – Close
  • 19:00-23:00 – George Hall, Brangwyn – Conference dinner
+ Friday 29th June
  • 09:25-09:30 – Welcome and housekeeping
  • 09:30-10:15 – AGM (https://blalib.org/members-area/meetings/agm2018/)
  • 10:15-10:45 – DigicatPaul Davies, Lecturer, School of Management, Swansea University
  • 10:45-11:00 – Coffee
  • 11:00-12:00 – Contract Cheating: a legal and other approaches to Essay Mills

    Michael Draper, Associate Professor in Law, Swansea University

    Michael Draper LLB LLM PFHEA
    A lawyer by background and a Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
    Michael is currently Director Swansea Academy Inclusivity and Learner Success and Chair of the University Academic Regulations and Student Cases Board.
    Michael was a member of the QAA working party that produced sector wide guidance in October 2017 on Contracting to Cheat in Higher Education.
  • 12:00-12:45 – Panel discussion on academic integrity – Chair: Alasdair Stewart Panel: Michael Draper, Janet Collins, Karen Crouch, Chris Martindale, Centre for Academic Success – TBC
  • 12:45 Conference close
  • 12:00-14:00 – Optional tour of Bay Library (13:00-13:30) and Collection of packed lunches and departure
+ Sponsors
+ Travel and Delegate Information

Welcome / Croeso
We are looking forward to welcoming you to Swansea University’s Bay Campus for the BLA Conference 2018. If you want to share taxi from and to airport or stations, here is the link to the Google shared spreadsheet document.

Please go straight to Bay Campus when you arrive on Wednesday. You will receive your hotel room key at the conference registration desk. A room will be available to leave your luggage for the afternoon. (Further details below.)

Directions – Swansea University Bay Campus
The Conference will be held in the School of Management on the Bay Campus (Building No.7 on the map): http://www.swansea.ac.uk/media/bay_campus_map.pdf.

Air: The nearest airport to Swansea is Cardiff Airport. Various airlines fly direct to Cardiff from UK and International destinations. There are frequent connecting buses and trains from the airport to Swansea High Street Rail Station or Quadrant Bus Station. From there, either the number 8 or 10 bus will take you to the Bay Campus. Information can be found at the Cardiff Airport website.

Rail: Regular trains from London Paddington, South Wales and the rest of the UK arrive at Swansea’s High Street Station. The number 10 bus from the train station takes you to the Bay Campus, or it is a 10 minute taxi ride. Journey times/information can be found on the National Rail website. The fastest route direct to the Bay Campus for delegates coming from the East of Swansea is to take the train to Port Talbot Parkway and it’s a short taxi ride to the campus from there.

Taxi: Taxi ranks can be found at the train and bus stations, and throughout various locations in Swansea city centre. Port Talbot Parkway train station has a taxi rank. Regular taxis come to the Bay Campus, or you can ask the Customer Services Team in the campus Library to arrange taxis for a specific time. The main taxi company servicing Swansea University is Data Cabs.

Coach: There are coach services to Swansea, including some to the Bay Campus, from across the UK via National Express. They will all stop at the Quadrant Bus Station, where you can change to a number 8 or 10 bus to the campus, or catch a taxi for a 10 minute trip to campus.

Bus: Buses in Swansea are run by First Cymru, which operates several bus routes that stop both on the Bay Campus (number 8 or 10) and other locations throughout the Swansea Bay area. The X1 serves Port Talbot Parkway train station and stops just outside Bay Campus. It runs hourly. The buses accept cash or contactless payment. Fare information and timetables are on the First Cymru website. There is also a Traveline page for Swansea University: http://myunijourney.traveline.cymru/swansea-university.

Road: If travelling by car, leave the M4 at Junction 42 (signposted Swansea A483) where the slip road will bring you onto Fabian Way. At the first roundabout (1.1 miles) take the second exit continuing west (the first exit is a no through road). Continue straight across the junction with traffic lights (Bay Studios will be on your right). Turn left at the next set of traffic lights to enter the Bay Campus. There is very limited parking available on campus and we would advise using the nearby Park and Ride facility.

Park and Ride: There is a Park and Ride facility located at Fabian Way, Swansea which is a short distance from the Bay Campus. This facility costs £2.50 per car, per day for city centre travel. If you wish to travel to the Bay Campus using Park and Ride, there is an additional cost of £1.50 per car per day. The total cost of using Park and Ride to travel to the Bay Campus is £4.00 per car.

Conference venues
Registration: The registration desk will be open in the School of Management Atrium throughout the conference.

We will provide you with a delegate pack and programme.

A luggage room will be available on Wednesday and Friday.

All catering (coffee/tea breaks, lunch) and sponsors displays will take place in the School of Management Atrium and 011. All of the presentations will also take place in the School of Management, in room 010.

Programme
The programme will be in your delegate pack and is also available on the BLA website.

Bay Library Tours
Tours of the Bay Library will be available from 13.00-13.30 on Friday 29th June.

WiFi access
Wireless Internet access is available campus-wide. You can connect to one of two networks: the Swansea University Visitors’ WiFi and Eduroam. Information about connecting to wifi is available online: http://www.swansea.ac.uk/it-services/wi-fi/. Customer Service staff will be available to help with this at the conference.

Accommodation
Delegates will stay at the Village Hotel. You will check in at Bay Campus – collect your hotel room key on arrival at the Registration Desk in the School of Management Atrium. Transport will be provided between the hotel and other venues (see below).

Explore Swansea
Please see the Visit Swansea Bay website for things to do in Swansea and the surrounding area.

Social Events

  • Evening meal, Wednesday 27th June
    National Waterfront Museum
    19.00-23.30
    A three-course meal with complimentary drinks will be held at the National Waterfront Museum on Wednesday evening. There will be a quiz during the evening. Transport will be provided to and from the venue (see below).
  • Gala dinner, Thursday 28th June
    George Hall, Brangwyn
    19.00-23.30
    The gala dinner will be held on Thursday 28th June at George Hall, Brangwyn. Harpist Delyth Jenkins will provide accompanying music. Transport will be provided to and from the venue (see below).

Transport
Cymru Coaches will provide transport between venues and sites during the conference:

  • Wednesday
  • 17.00 Depart Bay Campus for Village Hotel
  • 18.45 Depart Village Hotel for National Waterfront Museum
  • 23.30 Depart National Waterfront Museum for Village Hotel
  • Thursday
  • 08.45 Depart Village Hotel for Bay Campus
  • 17.00 Depart Bay Campus for Village Hotel
  • 18.45 Depart Village Hotel for George Hall
  • 23.30 Depart George Hall for Village Hotel
  • Friday
  • 08.45 Depart Village Hotel for Bay Campus

Twitter
The official hashtag is #SwanseaBLA. Follow us @BLAlibNews.

Delegate list
There will be a list of delegates available in your conference pack. It will include delegate names and organisations.

Photography
Please note that photographs will be taken at the conference. These photos may appear on the BLA website or in other forms of conference publicity.

Campus facilities
There are cashpoints and a Tesco Express mini supermarket on campus near the School of Management. There are catering outlets available on campus: http://www.swansea.ac.uk/catering/eatdrink/baycampus/ (opening hours may be restricted during vacation).

Taxis
The main taxi company servicing Swansea University is Data Cabs: +44 (0)1792 474747 / 545454
Alternatively, the following taxi companies also operate in Swansea:
Yellow Cabs: +44 (0)1792 644446
Oyster Cabs: +44 (0)1792 367777

+ Delegate Information Pack (Office Sway)