ALIA QLD is pleased to announce registrations for Webinar 4 Panel Discussion, in our ALIA QLD Webinar Series: Survivor 2020 are now open.
In the final webinar of the series, you will hear from a panel of GLAM sector leaders about the challenges and rewards for 2020 and the opportunities and hurdles faced beyond 2020. Come and join the conversation!
When: 18 November 2020 - 5pm-6.30pm AEST - QLD TIME (6 -7:30 AEDT Syd, Melb time)
Registrations: Send an email to email@example.com by 16 November. A Zoom link will be sent to you the day before the event.
Anna Raunik, Executive Director, Content and Client Services, State Library of Queensland
Anna Raunik is responsible for the development of State Library’s collection and client service offers online and onsite at South Bank. Anna has extensive experience in library services in Queensland. A significant component of Anna’s career at State Library has focused on the introduction and exploitation of technology to enable service delivery improvements and greater statewide reach. Key outcomes have included coordination of national initiatives including the National edeposit project and leading the development and delivery of State Library’s Digital Strategy, Q ANZAC 100 Memories for a new Generation, First World War statewide commemoration activities and Anzac Square Memorial Galleries visitor services. In February 2020, Anna was awarded the VALA Robert D. Williamson Award for her outstanding contribution to the development of information technology usage in Australian libraries.
Sarah Howard, Acting Manager, Library Service, QUT
With many years of experience in academic libraries, Sarah is responsible for the management, delivery and development of library services at Kelvin Grove.
Angela Orth, Manager, Library Network, TAFE Queensland
Angela is an experienced Library Manager within academic, public and special Libraries. Angela takes pride in leading high-performing teams and delivering innovative Library and information services. Library Services as the ‘Trunk of the tree’ is her motto. Armed with this byword and her ability to set a clear vision and sense of direction, has led to success in shaping the operations of TAFE Queensland Library Network. She successfully brought together six disparate regional library services and budgets to form one Network. When not busy leading Libraries you will find her chilling on the beach, shopping, reading, and organising.
Matt Pascoe, Customer Experience Manager, Ipswich Libraries
Matt has had a long, varied media and digital history as a journalist, film maker, web programmer, game developer, entrepreneur, digital media specialist, collections strategist and customer experience enthusiast. Since joining Ipswich City Council, Matt has been involved in several ground-breaking initiatives: including helping to establish the renowned “Marketplace” collection model; building an award-winning online Netflix-adjacent discovery experience for the Library collection; and recently helping to design and deploy the automated 24/7 Library Pod self-service project. Currently helping to design 3 new libraries, Matt believes in the use of data-driven policies, extensive customer feedback and iterative service design to build collections that truly respond to community need. Matt Pascoe remains convinced that the real potential of Library collections remain untapped and that paper-based books are the most important part of the future of Public Libraries.