ALIA Group Event
GLAMR colleagues are all invited to an End-of-Year/Holiday Gathering
on Thursday, December 12, 2019!
Add this event to your diaries as a must for catching up with library friends and colleagues and celebrating all the hard work done in 2019.
ALIA Tas and the Guilford Young College Library invite library and information professionals and students (ALIA members and non-members) plus those interested in working in our industry,
to learn about the highlights of the National Library and Information Technician Symposium plus celebrate the end of 2019.
The ALIA Queensland Library Technicians’ Group invites all Library and Information Staff to
join with us in celebrating Christmas
The menu will be a plate drop of either
"Kiev Cut Crispy Skin Chicken fillet filled with basil pesto and cheddar cheese served with Parmesan Polenta cake and buttered green peas
The last Connect and Chat for 2019 will be held on Wednesday 6 November at Bookplate, National Library of Australia from 11am.
Connect and Chat is held once a month February to November, with a summer break over December and January. ALIA CRR (Canberra and Region Retirees) provides a casual opportunity for all who worked in the library sector in the ACT and surrounding areas to keep in touch post work. Come along for coffee and/or lunch.
Interstate and overseas visitors are always welcome.
Judy and Helen, Convenors, ALIA CRR
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.
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...
Costumes encouraged! Prizes for spookiest costume and best library-themed costume!
ALIA SA needs you.
Come along for a casual discussion on what you would like from ALIA in SA. Find out if you would like to join the committee to help host events and develop your skills in:
Join us for a hands-on workshop to help you address selection criteria to progress to the next stage in landing your dream job.
- work through real-world examples of selection criteria in real-world job advertisements,
- be guided by facilitators experienced in selecting candidates in the library and information sectors
- take away practical tips to use in your next job application
Date Saturday 26 October
Venue Geographe Room
State Library of WA