The Australian Libraries Copyright Committee is pleased to announce it will be running its next copyright training session at the State library of Victoria on 18 April.
The International Edible Book Festival, held over many years by the Vic Specials group, is the one day of the year where our inner bakers and Masterchefs are revealed and revered. Over the years there have been some amazing creations, covering the classics (Green Eggs and Ham, the Hungry Caterpillar, Cloudstreet, Charles Dickens), to the more contemporary (50 Shades of Grey), to the downright zany (remember the KFC tub?).
Frankston City Libraries presents award winning author Sofie Laguna for this year's National Library Week.
Please join the ALIA Vic Library Technicians Group in celebrating National Library Technicians’ Day.
Date / Time: Tuesday 24th May from 6:30pm onwards.
Venue: Dragon Boat Restaurant, 201 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne.
Cost: Individuals own expense.
RSVPS: to Kim Wilson, firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 20th May.
Everyone is welcome
All library folk working in Melbourne’s CBD are invited to join the ALIA Victorian Library Technicians for a networking lunch on Friday 15th April at
34 Franklin Street, Melbourne
ALIA Schools presents the first PD offering of 2016 with 21st century resourcing: digital collection development.
Please join us in a tour of the newly opened Geelong Library and Heritage Centre located at 51 Little Malop St, Geelong. http://www.geelongaustralia.com.au/glhc/default.aspx
Delegates will have the opportunity to hear about the library’s current and future directions in terms of collections, development, technology and community outreach.
Date and time: Sunday 21st February 9.45am for 10am.
Registrations are now open for the Skool Library Trek 2016 to be held on Monday 21st March.
The day-long event begins at 8.45 am with a presentation on the Skills audit for library technicians working in schools from Anne Girolami, Head of Information Services at Mercy College, Coburg.
Delegates will then board a mini-coach and head to the south eastern suburbs.
Their first stop will be Elwood Primary School Library http://www.elwoodprimary.vic.edu.au/page/186/Library/ICT