ALIA Partner Event

ALCC Library and Archives Training Toowoomba

The Australian Libraries Copyright Committee is pleased to announce it will be running a copyright training session in Toowoomba with the support of the University of Southern Queensland Toowoomba and Toowoomba Region Libraries on 13 June. This training aims to arm librarians and archivists with the knowledge and skills to tackle copyright in their institutions. Whether you're a copyright beginner or looking for the latest updates, from document delivery to open access we cover it all and take questions from the floor.

ALCC Copyright training - Hobart

The Australian Libraries Copyright Committee is pleased to announce it will be running its next two copyright training sessions with the support of LINC Tasmania – in Launceston on 26 May and Hobart on 27 May. This training aims to arm librarians and archivists with the knowledge and skills to tackle copyright in their institutions. Whether you’re a copyright beginner or looking for the latest updates, from document delivery to open access we cover it all and take questions from the floor.

ALCC Copyright training - Launceston

The Australian Libraries Copyright Committee is pleased to announce it will be running its next two copyright training sessions with the support of LINC Tasmania – in Launceston on 26 May and Hobart on 27 May. This training aims to arm librarians and archivists with the knowledge and skills to tackle copyright in their institutions. Whether you’re a copyright beginner or looking for the latest updates, from document delivery to open access we cover it all and take questions from the floor.

Saturday Lunchtime Talk by Richard P. Hulser

The Special Libraries Association ANZ chapter, in collaboration with ALIA and AGLIN, invites you to a presentation by Richard Hulser, Chief Librarian at the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles, on Saturday 13 February.  Mr Hulser will be in Canberra for one day only, between his speaking engagements at the VALA Conference in Melbourne and the following week in New Zealand.   SLA (ANZ), ALIA and AGLIN have booked a table at National Library’s Bookplate and invite you to join us for lunch and a presentation by Mr Hulser.

 

Date: Saturday 13th February 2016

Celestial Empire function - Breakfast and early morning viewing

Celestial Empire : life in China, 1644-1911 : major exhibition at the National Library of Australia : breakfast and early morning viewing.

Wednesday 17 February 2016 : breakfast at 8.00am to 9.00am in the Bookplate, NLA, Ground Floor followed by a viewing of the exhibition with Dr Nathan Woolley, the curator at 9 am.

 

The set menu breakfast for $25 per head offers tea and coffee, pastry, muffin, fruit, eggs benedict or pancakes.

 

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