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Getting the most out of LibGuides: Health Library examples

Come and hear from two different libraries on how they utilise LibGuides for their library services.

Event Description

Come and hear from two different libraries on how they utilise LibGuides for their library services. LibGuides are used across the world and have many hidden features you may not know about. Come and learn from others with localised examples.

Presenters - Eunice Ang, Eastern Health & John Prentice, Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists 

Eunice Ang is the Clinical Research and Education Librarian at the Eastern Health Library Service. She is responsible for creating and delivering library training and education sessions to support the evidence-based practice and research needs of Eastern Health staff and students. Eunice helps patrons to navigate the library website on LibGuides and uses the platform to complement the training and education program at the library.

John Prentice is the library manager for the Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists, where he has been based for the last 7 years. Prior to this, he was a senior implementation lead for OCLC’s WorldShare service. He has been working on LibGuides-related projects for the last 7 years, with a particular focus on the embedding of LibGuides resources into college programs and initiatives.


Wednesday, 17 April 2024       1pm-2pm (Vic, NSW, ACT, TAS, QLD);

                                                       12:30pm-1:30pm (SA & NT);

                                                       11am-12:00pm (WA);

                                                       3pm-4pm (NZ)


Online webinar Zoom - a link will be sent the day prior.

This event will be recorded and sent to attendees following the event.

By registering for this webinar you are granting the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) and its representatives the right to use, reproduce, and publish audio and video recordings of your participation in the webinar titled " Getting the most out of LibGuides: Health Library examples" held on April 17 2024. By registering you are indicating that you understand and agree that these recordings may be used for promotional, educational, and informational purposes, including but not limited to, marketing materials, online platforms, social media, and any other medium deemed appropriate by ALIA.


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17/04/2024 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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