What is it that you really do?
Finding it difficult to navigate your way around today’s new job titles?
Do these job titles mean new or different skills?
Discover the hidden meaning and skill sets required in the ever-changing Library and Information Management sector. We have three great speakers:
• Greg D’Arcy – Socio-informatician (University of Melbourne)
• Anne Lennox – Senior Coordinator, Copyright, Digitisation & Repositories Services (RMIT University)
• Trevor Mackay – Branch Manager & Community Technology Support Portfolio Librarian (Bayside Library Services)
**Limited places available – Book now to reserve your seat for this event at: https://membership.alia.org.au/events/event/what-is-it-that-you-really-do
CASH ONLY – Please Pay at entrance – Refreshments Provided
*ALIA professional Development points accepted. If you wish to have a PD certificate, please notify Melissa Bell firstname.lastname@example.org
Venue: RMIT Carlton Library Seminar Room, Bldg 94, Level 3, 23 Cardigan Street, Carlton
When: Tuesday 26th July 5.45pm for 6.00pm - 7.00pm finish
Cost: ALIA members/Students ($5.50 incl. GST), Non-members ($11.00 incl. GST) Please bring membership card. Organizational memberships accepted.
• Suitable for students, new grads, library professionals and IM practitioners