The 9th Australian Evidence-Based Practice Institute for Librarians is planne
This EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED
All registrants will be contacted, when a new date has been confirmed.
This is a morning seminar for primary and secondary school teacher librarians and others who are responsible for school library services and programs.
The Great Trivia Decathlon 2020
10 Trivia nights over 10 months! Attend at least 8 to go in the running for a mystery prize!
ALIAVic invites you to join us for our second trivia night event of 2020, in March:
WHEN: Tuesday March 17th, 6:30pm
WHERE: The Sherlock Holmes Inn415-417 Collins Street Melbourne
ALIAVic is coming to Bendigo!
On Saturday March 21st, ALIAVic invites you to come to Bendigo to explore some of the city's cultural institutes including Bendigo Library, the Art Gallery, Golden Dragon Chinese Museum, and the Soldiers' Memorial Institute Military Museum.
WHEN: Saturday March 21st, 11:00am to 4:00pm approximately; option to stay for the weekend
Train groups and carpools can be arranged for participants travelling from Melbourne.
First of 10 trivia nights being attended by ALIAVic
Love a good scary story? So do we!
Join ALIAVic for our Halloween celebrations with stories and snacks as we hold another storytime just for adults.
BYO picnic rugs, chairs and snacks to share
And don't forget to bring along your favourite scary short story to share, including stories written by YOU! Or be prepared to shiver at other folk's tales of terror...
Costumes encouraged! Prizes for spookiest costume and best library-themed costume!
ALIA HLA Event: Advanced Search Techniques for Systematic Reviews, Health Technology Assessment and Guideline Development Training Day
Presented by Julie Glanville
Following on from last month's Beginner Workshop, Jade Koekoe and ALIA Vic invite you to join us for a deeper dive into Canva's graphic design tools and tricks.
Learn how to use the advanced functions of Canva to develop your library's brand with promotional images, fliers, posters, brochures, and more; and go beyond the basic tools to learn about some of the hidden features and tricks.
Sunday, September 29th from 3:00pm to 5:00pm
Prahran Mechanics Institute Victorian History Library,