ALIA HLA will be hosting this full day workshop which will be presented by Carol Lefebvre from the UK.
ALIA Group PD Event
Australian Libraries Copyright Committee
WHEN: Thursday, 27 August 2015 from 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM
WHERE: State Library of South Australia
Free for ALIA members or $50 per session for non-members
As an extension to ALCC copyright PD sessions being held in Perth this month, ALIAWest in partnership with AGIA have organised a session which focuses on copyright issues specific to corporate libraries.
Copyright touches on almost all areas of practice in libraries and archives, yet many do not feel confident in dealing with it on a day to day basis. This session will deal with questions such as:
ALIAWest cordially invites you to attend
The Leadership Conversation
Come meet our new WA University Librarians: Constance Wiebrands, Jill Benn, and Catherine Clark
This is a great opportunity to bring your questions about career, management or leadership roles. Get advice on leading an organisation, leading others and cultivating leaders in the workplace.
DATE: Wednesday 29 July
TIME: 5:30 for 6pm start
VENUE: Great Southern Room, SLWA
COST: $5 - ALIA members
$10 - non-members
gold coin donation - students
ALIAWest and InfoSci@ECU cordially invite you to attend
Reading Practices in a Digital World
A Lecture by Dr. Vivian Howard (Dalhousie University, Canada)
DATE: Thursday 25 June
TIME: 5:30 for 6pm
VENUE: State Library Theatre
WHY: This event is a unique opportunity to learn from a visiting academic whose research focuses on literacy and young people.
The ALIA NSW Library Technicians Group invites interested people for a tour of some of Canberra’s libraries on Saturday, 9th of May, 2015.
To celebrate 100 years of ANZAC tradition and sacrifice, we will be visiting the Research Library at the Australian War Memorial plus a tour of the Australian National University Library and the National Library of Australia.
The program as follows:-
Did you miss the ALIA Information Online conference in February? The ALIA URLs ACT Group are pleased to bring you one of the ALIA Information Online presentations as Lunchtime talk:
Easy as ABC
Julia Hickie and Mark Raadgever, National Library of Australia
This afternoon seminar is for primary and secondary teacher librarians and others who are responsible for school library services and/or engaging students in reading and developing a love of literature. Author/Illustrator Graeme Base will talk about his process in developing his books which will include an opportunity for signing. In addition there will also be a discussion about