ALIA QLD is excited to bring an event to QLD about critical perspectives in library practice. The event will aim to discuss the theory of critical librarianship and then break out into groups to discuss and brainstorm what it means to bring social change into the library.
On the behalf of the ALIA New South Wales ALIA Library Technicians Group as part of Library & Information Week we are celebrating National Library and Information Technicians’ Day. This is the day to celebrate the great work that library technicians do and to gain a better understanding of their role in libraries.
We will be having a get together to help celebrate National Library and Information Technician’s Day.
When: Tuesday, 21st of May, 2019
ALIA SA invites you to join us for a special tour of the new Parks library, where you can see their:
Come and break the ice as we kick off our first event for 2019 with an evening all about Blockchain.
Join us for a guided tour of the QAGOMA Library
Wednesday 13th February 2019
2:30pm - 4:00pm
Places are strictly limited, RSVP via firstname.lastname@example.org
RSVPs close Monday 11th February 2019
APSIG-ALRA Christmas Lunch
Wednesday, 12 December 2018 at 12.00 for 12.15.
Lemon Grass Thai Restaurant, 1/88 Corinna Street, Woden
Cost: $30.50 (payable at the door)
Christmas crackers! Lucky door prize! Catch-up socially with colleagues from the Asian Library Resources of Australia (ALRA) and the Asia-Pacific Special Interest Group of the Australian Library and Information Association.
Entree: Curry puff and deep fried battered prawn
This is one of a series of special events that will be taking place around Australia, intended to connect ALIA Members with leaders and influencers in the library and GLAMR sector.
Our expert panels will discuss:
- Deanne Fitzgerald - Senior ATSI Advisor, WA Museum.
- Elizabeth Spencer - A/Director, Community Learning & Discovery, State Library of Western Australia.
- Denise Smith
This event is a great opportunity to identify, develop and communicate the essential transferable skills we all need in the ever changing information industry.