The first national professional development activity for the year will be an online forum to be held from Tuesday 29 April until Thursday 8 May. The topic is: AITSL Standards: teacher librarian practice.
ALIA Group PD Event
The ALIAWest Committee would like to invite you to join us at our next event: Librarians as researchers .
ALIA HLA/HLI Conference 19th September 2014
State Library of Victoria, Melbourne.
The context: The joint collaboration between Health Libraries Inc. and Health Libraries Australia is both the context and the theme for the day.
The Lamm Jewish Library of Australia located at 304 Hawthorn Road, Caulfield South (www.makorlibrary.com) sees the merger of Makor Jewish Community Library with the communal libraries of Kadimah, the Holocaust Centre and the Jewish Museum, as well as the archives of the Australian Jewish Genealogical Society and the Australian Jewish Historical Society. The new facility provides improved access to all library collections, increased programs for the community and serves as a hub for communal educational and cultural activity.
This morning seminar is for primary and secondary teacher librarians and others who are responsible for school library services. Ways to gather evidence to promote and advocate for the school library will be explored. Sessions will include keynote addresses, reflections, workshops and resources.
9.00am Keynote address: Untangling the evidence: theory and practice.
Speaker Ann Gillespie, Postdoctoral Research Fellow at QUT.
The great challenge of this digital age we find ourselves in will be to ensure that what we do - the collection, preservation and management of information is done in a consistent manner which ensures it is accessible in the future. Cataloguing remains one of the best tools we have to guarantee that information, irrespective of its format or content, can be accessed. This 6 week course will cover all the bases.