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ALIA TAS Event - Libraries. Integrity Truth and Knowledge. Everyone Welcome.

Libraries. Integrity Truth and Knowledge. Everyone Welcome.

How the LIS profession needs to respond to the post-truth, fake news environment 

During these challenging political times, ALIA’s advocacy will be based around the theme ‘Integrity, Truth and Knowledge. Everyone welcome.’ ALIA Tas and the TAFE Library City Campus extend a warm invitation to all library and information professionals and students (ALIA members and non-members) plus those interested in working in our industry  to the ALIA Tas Event:-

 

ALIA Tas - Highlights ALIA Information Online 2017 Conference

Highlights - ALIA Information Online 2017 Conference 

 

ALIA Tas and LINC Tasmania extend a warm invitation to all library and information professionals and students (ALIA members and non-members) plus those interested in working in our industry  to join us to hear short and snappy presentation highlights from the ALIA  Information Online 2017 Conference   https://informationonline.alia.org.au

ALIA National Conference 2016 Highlights - TAS

ALIA National Conference 2016  Highlights: Engage, create. lead

ALIA Tas and the Tas TAFE Library extend a warm invitation to all library and information professionals and students (ALIA members and non-members) plus those interested in working in our industry  to join us to hear short and snappy presentation highlights from the ALIA2016 conference, which took place in Adelaide 29 August – 2 September. 

ALIA Tas networking event

ALIA Tas and the University of Tasmania Library extend a warm invitation to all library and information professionals and students (ALIA Members and non-members) plus those interested in working in our industry - LINC Tasmania, University, College, School, Government, Private - to join us to hear short and snappy presentations on the VALA2016 conference, which took place in Melbourne earlier this year.

It will be a great opportunity to mingle and chat and think about our library services plus meet the newly appointed ALIA Tas State Manager Jill Denholm.

ALIA National Library Technician's Day Dinner

ALIATas would like to extend an invitation for all  Library Folk to meet for dinner to celebrate National Library Technician’s Day 2016.

Come along and celebrate all that we love about our libraries and why not bring a story to share about your library that has made you smile :)

Where:                 Brunswick Hotel              

                            67 Liverpool St, Hobart

When:                  Tuesday 24 May

Time:                    6.00 pm

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.

Who wants to be At the Edge?

Who wants to be At the Edge?

The University of Tasmania and ALIA extend a warm invitation to all library-based staff (ALIA members and non-members) - LINC Tasmania, University, College, School, Government, Private - to join us for a fun late afternoon coffee session, to hear some very short and snappy presentations on the ALIA Online conference, At the Edge, which took place in Sydney earlier this year.

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