ALIA Hunter's unconference is on like Donkey Kong! Bring your ideas and snacks on Saturday 24 November for a great day of knowledge sharing and networking at the University of Newcastle. Register now!
Join us for a day of conversation and learning about library neutrality and critical librarianship. Hear from key stakeholders and collaborate on designing spaces and programs for marginalised members of our community.
This event is a great opportunity to identify, develop and communicate the essential transferable skills we all need in the ever changing information industry.
ALIA Hunter invites you to a screening of "Paywall: The Business of Scholarship"
Newcastle Region Library, in partnership with ALIA, presents Think Global, Act Local: SDG Symposium for the GLAM Sector. This is an excellent opportunity to discuss, plan and workshop how the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) are relevant to our industry and how local collective actions can support an international movement.
ALIA LARK (Library Applied Research Kollektive) invites colleagues to the last LARK's event this year. Tell us about your experience from evidence-based practice or a research project in lightning talks.
Advanced Search Techniques for Systematic Reviews, HTA and Guidelines (Workshop for Librarians & Researchers) tour in November & December 2018 - Presenter: Carol Lefebvre
ALIA invites you to the 2018 Leadership and Innovation Forum NSW event. Organised in collaboration with the University of Technology Sydney, this event is intended to connect ALIA Members with leaders and influences in the library and GLAMR sector.
The theme for this year's event is "Meaningful and respectful engagement with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander knowledge, culture and heritage - what more do we need to do".
Join us on Thursday 13 September, 6 to 9 pm at UTS City Campus for an evening of networking and knowledge sharing!
TOUR: Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences
The MAAS Research Library is a reference library supporting the exhibitions, publications and programs of the Museum. The Research Library collection dates from 1880 and its subject specialties reflect the diverse collecting areas of the Museum.
WHEN: Tuesday 28 August 2018
TIME: 3.30pm – 4.30pm (arrive at 3.15pm)