ALIA Group Event
APSIG/ALRA Joint lunch time talk, Tuesday 17 July, 12:00 – 1:15 pm, National Library of Australia Conference Room
The ALIA CRR (Canberra and Region Retirees) inaugural event was held on Wednesday 7 March and was attended by nine retirees from many different library backgrounds. As planned, some people came at 11am for coffee and some came later for lunch and some stayed for both.
The next event is booked at Bookplate staring at 11am on Wednesday 4 April with an open ended finish time.
Come for a chat and to connect and keep in touch with fellow retirees. All welcome!
The ALIA NSW LT Group is having a library tour of the new library at Shellharbour. It will be held on Saturday, 21st April, 2018 at 11am.
The address is 76 Cygnet Avenue, Shellharbour City Centre NSW 2529. http://libraries.shellharbour.nsw.gov.au/
The ALIA WA Library Techinicians is pleased to present Tech Talk.
Tech Talk presents Library Technician students the opportunity to hear from and speak with LibraryTechnicians working within the various sectors of the library and Information industry.
Our speakers to date have come from the public, state, school, academic and special library sectors.
WHEN: 21st of March 2018 at 6:00pm (doors open at 5:30pm)
WHERE: State Library of WA - Great Southern Room
Please join us for our first tour of this year, the delightful Art Gallery SA Research Library.
Jin will introduce us to the collection and Tony will talk about the Gallery's latest exhibition the "Colours of Impressionism".
3.45 pm for a 4 pm start, tour concludes at 5 pm.
After tour networking and chat at The Bibliotheca Bar And Book Exchange.
Let’s get social! A networking event for LIS professionals, students and GLAMR friends in Perth
It's always a good time to grow your network. Embrace this opportunity to create meaningful connections in a relaxed environment with fellow colleagues, friends and professionals from all aspects of the LIS sector.
We are pleased to have guest speakers at this event who will present short engaging talks that will inspire, motivate, and maybe even challenge you.
Guest speakers include:
The ideal library is one that supports welcoming, open spaces that encourage inclusivity, access and diversity in their communities. This is achieved, not just through the environmental and physical aspects of accessibility or with the accessibility of collections, but also with social inclusion. What must be considered so that all citizens feel welcome in their local library?