The 2014 National conference will be the major event in the Australian Library and Information calendar in 2014. The conference will take place at The Pullman, Albert Park from Monday 15 September to Friday 19 September 2014 and will include an inspiring and relevant program of workshops, sessions and keynote speakers as well as exciting new social events and an extensive trade exhibition showcasing the latest developments from our corporate partners.
It's time for another ALIA New Graduates get together! All library lovers and their friends are most welcome to join us for drinks and dinner. And as always we'd love to see students as well.
Williamstown Library is an important community building for Hobsons Bay, it is designed to be a ‘third place’ for local residents.
To register for the ACOC Seminar 2013 click here.
The pace at which library services and resources are moving to the web is increasing. The transition of resource discovery from library controlled systems (catalogues and discovery layers) to search engines is well advanced.
Vendors and libraries are replacing standalone library management systems with cloud-based systems and library resources themselves are increasingly stored in the cloud.
ALIA Schools Victoria invite our colleagues to the Future of the Profession Discussion.
The Australian Library and Information Association released a discussion paper on 1 May titled: Library and Information Services: The Future of the Profession Themes and Scenarios for 2025. This paper can be accessed at the ALIA Futures wiki.
Please join the ALIA Vic Library Technicians Committee at our Annual General Meal.
RSVP to Kim Wilson by 25th of June
And if you are considering attending the ALIA National Library and Information Technicians Symposium this October come along and chat to us. Most of the Vic Committee have registered to attend. http://alialibtech2013.wordpress.com