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ALIA Tas Event Dorothy Shea – Finders and Keepers: the Adventures of a Special Librarian who strayed into an Archival Maze - and survived; and Deb Bowring -Tasmanian Law Library Tour

Dorothy Shea – Finders and Keepers: the Adventures of a Special Librarian who strayed into an Archival Maze - and survived; and Deb Bowring -Tasmanian Law Library Tour

 

From Parks to PAHSMA: the Port Arthur Historic Site Resource Centre.

From Parks to PAHSMA: the Port Arthur Historic Site Resource Centre.  An insight into a unique special library; its collection, clients, services and challenges
 
ALIA Tas and the TasTAFE Libraries invite library and information professionals and students (ALIA members and non-members) plus those interested in working in our industry, to hear Susan Hood talk about her fascinating library and information service the Port Arthur Historic Site Resource Centre.
 

ALIA Tas - Janette Burke “Academic Libraries - Present and Future Trends”

ALIA Tas  -  Janette Burke “Academic Libraries - Present and Future Trends” Wednesday 26 June  2019 5pm – 6pm  ALIA Tas and the University of Tasmania Library extend a warm invitation to all library and information professionals and students (ALIA members and non-members) plus those interested in working in our industry to join us to hear Janette Burke speak about the developments in academic librarianship.Who:  Janette Burke, University Librarian, University of TasmaniaTopic:  Academic Libraries - Present and Future TrendsWhen:  Wednesday 26 June, 5.00p

Library & Information Week/Library Technician Day Celebration Dinner & Mini Quiz, New Sydney Hotel Thursday 23 May 6.00pm

Library & Information Week/Library Technician Day Celebration Dinner & Mini Quiz, New Sydney Hotel  Thursday 23 May 6.00pm
 
Help celebrate Library and Information Week, and Library Technician Day plus catch up with colleagues/meet new colleagues at our friendly Dinner and fun mini quiz night.
All welcome.
 
What:                           Library & Information Week/Library Technician Day Celebration Dinner & Mini Quiz
When:                          Thursday 23 May 6.00pm

Phoebe Nimanis -Stepping into Research Plus New Wingfield Library Tour

Phoebe Nimanis -Stepping into Research Plus New Wingfield Library Tour, Monday 29 April, 5pm – 6pm
 
ALIA Tas and Wingfield Library extend a warm invitation to all library and information professionals and students (ALIA members and non-members) to hear Phoebe Nimanis reflect on undertaking research as part of her Masters Degree in Library Science; plus see the relocated Wingfield Library in its new Glenorchy premises.
Topic:                    Stepping into research: Takeaways from a novice library researcher
 

Information Online 2019 Conference Highlights Tuesday, 26 February, 5pm – 6pm

Information Online 2019 Conference Highlights Tuesday, 26 February, 5pm – 6pm
 
ALIA Tas and the University of Tasmania Library extend a warm invitation to all library and information professionals and students (ALIA members and non-members) plus those interested in working in our industry to join us to hear highlights from the ALIA Information Online 2019 Conference held in Sydney from the 11 -15 February ALIA Information Online 2019 Conference Website.
 

Guided Parliamentary Museum Tour and Parliamentary Library Tour

Guided Parliamentary Museum Tour and Parliamentary Library Tour - ALIA Tas Event Wednesday, 12 December 4pm-5.45pm Parliament House Hobart ALIA Tas and the Parliamentary Library invite library and information professionals and students (ALIA members and non-members) plus those interested in working in our industry to an official guided tour of the Parliamentary Museum followed by a tour of the Parliamentary Library.Refreshments will be available courtesy of the Parliamentary Library. When:                          Wedne

ALIA Leadership and Innovation Forum 2018 - TAS

Invitation to attend the ALIA Leadership and Innovation Forum 2018 - TAS Theme for 2018 Meaningful and respectful engagement with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander knowledge, culture and heritage – what more do we need to do?   Chaired by Helen Ebsworth, ALIA Board Director and Director, Library Network, Libraries Tasmania. Panellists: Mary Blake Teacher Librarian, Aboriginal Education Library, Tasmania. Ross Latham Director Collections and State Archivist, Libraries Tasmania.

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