Please join us from 6pm, grab a drink and a pizza and settle in for a chat. Great opportunity to meet your fellow library lovers!
ALIA LARK (Library Applied Research Kollektive) Meetup
Do you want to start a research project? Do you want to connect with other people with similar research interests?
Come to the LARK Meetup! Everyone who works or wants to work in the library and information sector is welcome.
WHEN & WHERE? Thursday, 1 May from 6-8 pm at St.Vincent’s College, Potts Point (Sydney)
RSVP 28 April to firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
The library and information profession is constantly changing and remains at the forefront of technology thanks to those businesses, organisations and libraries who are continually innovating and evolving their products and services. With information constantly at our fingertips, we are seeing amazing changes and innovations taking place with incredible speed.
Please be sure to RSVP for catering purposes.
When: Friday 13 December 2013 Time: 6:30pm (then on to Max Brenner, for those with a sweet tooth)
Location: Morling College, 120 Herring Road, Macquarie Park There is off-street parking or it is just a short walk from the "Macquarie University" Train station.
ALIA NSW Library Technicians Group invites you, your partners, friends, library colleagues and students to our..........
Tuesday 3rd December 2013
at the new restaurant of
‘Pancakes on the Rocks’, Beverley Hills
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.
Futurist, entrepreneur and educator Mark Pesce (ABC’s The New Inventors) will drive a full day’s intense debate.
Hallowed Ground: The Future of the Story Book
Hallowed Ground returns in 2013 to discuss the future of the story book. Join our panel of experts as they discuss how the humble story book is evolving and how this is affecting the way children interact with literature.
Presented with the City of Sydney Library.