Share your expertise, your experiences, the challenges you've faced and what you've learned

We'll be back this June with another programme of virtual sessions, designed to help users get the most out of their systems. And with your input, we can make the conference as informative and engaging as ever!

Our 2021 Axiell Virtual User Conference will feature the usual roadmaps, tips and tricks and of course your user stories. This year, we’re also introducing ‘Birds of a Feather’ sessions, to give you the opportunity to network with likeminded users and try to make up for those priceless chance conversations that in-person event bring.

Share your work with the user community:

After the challenges of the last 12 months, we are sure you have a lot of stories to share so tell us what you've been up to.

Maybe you’ve completed a project where you learned a lot along the way, maybe you have implemented a new strategy and want to share the theory behind your approach, perhaps you used some of the functionality of the system in a unique way and think it might be useful to others.

We want to know how you've shifted priorities, what short term changes you've made, and what changes you think you will make in the long run. Alternatively, what are you doing to support your organisation, staff and community during the pandemic?

You can submit your story as a prerecorded video or you can present on a live webinar.

Lead a Birds of a Feather session and meet with your peers!

To maximise networking at the conference we’re introducing a new session type called Birds of a Feather. These informal sessions, held via Zoom meetings, will enable users to gather and discuss topics of interest in smaller, interactive groups.

The theme, agenda and responsibility for chairing the session will be up to you, and we’ll sort the rest (registration, meeting links, communication). We’ll also be present to help moderate the session.

If you have any questions, or would like to speak to someone before submitting, you can email Tom Gregory (

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* 1. About you

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* 3. What format would you prefer to publish your story/presentation in?

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* 4. What topic is your presentation/story on? E.g. working remotely, online engagement, digital preservation etc.

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* 5. Title of your presentation/session

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* 6. Short description of your presentation/session (50-100 words)

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* 8. Any other comments?