Posts tagged with libraries
2012 Top Ten Trends in Academic Libraries
An interesting article on trends in academic libraries:
Does this reflect what is going on in your workplace?
The Library Activists Network is now calling for new members to join. The Network aims to represent a cross-section of library workers from all campuses, with a mix of librarians, library technicians and other library staff, so that we may get as much input as possible about the issues important to all library workers.
If you are interested in becoming a part of the Activists Network, please get in contact with either the local Network rep at your workplace (see flyer) or Amy at the NTEU WA Division office 0437 225 128 email@example.com.
Our next meeting has been moved to Monday 18 June at 4.30pm in the NTEU WA Division office at 97 Broadway Nedlands. Any interested library members are welcome to come
The NTEU WA Divison Library Activists Network is pleased to announce the panellists for the upcoming Library Forum “Is there a Future for Libraries”, to be held at Curtin University on June 8, from 1-4.30pm.
Innovative Tasmanian librarian Garry Conroy-Cooper will be the keynote speaker at the forum which will also hear from a diverse mix of interstate and local library staff panelists at both sessions:
1) The future for libraries in Australia:
Garry Conroy-Cooper – Manager LINC Tasmania
Barbara Combes - Lecturer, Charles Sturt University, WASLA President, Operations, Vice President International Association School Libraries Advocacy and Promotion Consultant
Jill Benn - Associate Director Research and Learning Support, University of Western