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VALA Tech Camp 2019

Returning to Melbourne in April 2019, VALA Tech Camp 2019 is an intensive, active, hands-on learning and sharing experience run for and by the people who code, build, teach and maintain technology for libraries and collections. The 2-day program features hands-on Workshops and Short Talk presentations.Camp registrations are strictly limited, with a maximum number of 100 places available. 

GLAMRous End of Year Picnic

Please join the following groups:
  • ALIA Vic
  • ALIA Students and New Grads Group (ALIA SNGGs)
  • Australian Society of Archivists (ASA)
  • NewCardigans 
  • Records and Information Management Professionals Australasia (RIMPA)
 at our End of Year picnic.BYO drinks (non-alcoholic), picnic blanket, chair …BYO food to share Participate in a gold coin book swap, bring a book, take a book (with all monies going to the Indigenous Literacy Foundation) RSVPs essential to aliavicgroup@

Career Carpentry: How to engage with the ALIA PD Scheme

Professional development is the dedication to continuously improving a professional's knowledge and skills for the benefit of themselves, their clients and the wider profession.

Library and information professionals can take a structured approach to maintaining professional development through the ALIA PD Scheme, assessing their activities against those of a subject-related competency and identifying areas for ongoing learning.

ALIA RAIS invites you to hear from two speakers.

ALIAVic's Librarian Spooky Stories

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.

Warrawee Park, Oakleigh (next to the Monash Federation Centre)

Friday 26 October

7.00pm 

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...

VIC SNGG: How to write a conference proposal

VIC ALIA Student and New Graduates Group (SNGG) presents How to Write a Conference Proposal.

Have you ever wanted to present at a conference? Maybe you’re considering submitting a proposal to NLS9? Or looking to build you conference presenting confidence. There is a lot to consider – submission guidelines, fitting into conference themes, presentation format, developing a presentation style, and sticking to a word count.

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