ALIA Libtechs NSW Group committee meeting

The ALIA NSW Library Technicians Group is holding a Group Committee Meeting on Tuesday 4th March 2014 at Club Burwood RSL, 96 Shaftesbury Road, Burwood (NOT the Burwood Road Club with the same name) to elect a new committee for 2014.  All office-bearer positions will become vacant.  The minimum ALIA requirement is Convenor, Treasurer and Secretary.  Other office-bearer positions as the committee chooses will be considered.  Following this, planning of events and activities for the coming year will take place and allocation of duties will be formed.


ALIALibtech NSW Group Christmas Get Together

ALIA NSW Library Technicians Group invites you, your partners, friends, library colleagues and students to our..........

Christmas Get-together

Tuesday 3rd December 2013

at the new restaurant of

‘Pancakes on the Rocks’, Beverley Hills

commencing 6.30pm

For menu and map see http://www.pancakesontherocks.com.au/locations  

Licensed Restaurant – NO BYO

Parking is available underneath the restaurant with access via Stoney Creek Road.

Intellectual Freedom: Libraries as bulwarks

A Summer Evening by the Water with the Glebe Society.  Now that the clocks are going forward, the next Glebe Voices session has been scheduled to take advantage of summer evenings at the delightful Blackwattle Cafe, Glebe, NSW.   Dr Alex Byrne, State Librarian and Chief Executive of the State Library of New South Wales will lead an informal session on the controversial topic of intellectual freedom and how libraries strive to counter attempts to stifle ideas.  Alex will recount some of his experiences dealing with these issues in international arenas.



ALIA’s annual National Advisory Congresses are held in each state and territory in order to provide ample opportunity for members to participate in discussion on policy, planning and topical issues relevant to the Association. Join the ALIA Board of Directors' Alyson Dalby and your New South Wales colleagues to discuss ALIA’s Future of the Profession project. 

ALIA Hunter "unnamed unconference" 2013

ALIA Hunter are holding their first unconference, to share ideas, collaborate and network amongst our peers. We invite attendees from all areas of the LIS profession, including LIS students, and hope the day will bring many interesting discussions. The points of discussion for unconferences are set by the attendees, so please consider what topics you would like to talk or learn about, and submit your suggestions below. We look forward to an enlightening and enjoyable day!


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