This morning seminar is for primary and secondary teacher librarians and others who are responsible for school library services and/or involved in learning and teaching programs. As part of the government Special Needs Plan for VIT registration, teachers are now required to build their capacity to teach learners with disability. Whilst considering one’s teaching context and characteristics and needs of our learners participants will have the opportunity to learn about Dyslexia in reading and how data contributes to building a better understanding of the learner.
IC ALIA Student and New Graduates Group (SNGG) will hold their annual Tool-Building Seminar #1: Responding to Key Selection Criteria in June.
Hear from leading industry professionals from across the industry.
Romany Manuell, Subject Librarian for Art, Design and Architecture at Monash University
This morning seminar is for primary and secondary teacher librarians and others who are responsible for school library services and/or engaging students in reading and developing a love of literature. Author Fiona Wood will talk about her writing and research process. There will be an opportunity for signings. Find out how three schools promote reading in their school communities. A workshop to share successful reading strategies and to prepare resources for this year's CBCA theme, Escape to Everywhere.
Please join the ALIA Vic Library Technicians Group in celebrating National Library Technicians’ Day.
To celebrate Information Awareness Month, RIMPA, ASA and ALIA are joining forces for a cross-discipline panel discussion focusing on how new professionals feel that they fit into the sector and how they are view by experienced professionals.
ALIAVic Presents: STAR WARS DAY
Don't fly Solo!
Thursday 4th May 2017
7.30pm Rogue One Screening at the Astor Theatre (Cnr Chapel St & Dandenong Rd, St Kilda)
Make sure you prebuy your tickets from www.astortheatre.net.au
Drinks at Holy Grail from 6pm (67 Chapel St, Windsor - short walk to the Astor)
MAY THE 4TH BE WITH YOU
The Reference and Information Services group (RAIS) invites you to join them on a tour of the Supreme Court of Victoria Library.