Your ALIA WA State Manager
My name is Niamh Quigley, and I am your ALIA WA State Manager.
I'm based in Perth and recently graduated from Curtin University with a Graduate Diploma in Information and Library Studies. This year I'm working on a Master of Information Management research project about open access at Curtin University.
My background is in software testing, and I've worked in Ireland, the UK and Australia on mobile phone apps, airline reservation software, public transport smartcard ticketing, and university student management systems.
As an early career librarian, I have already had huge benefits from my ALIA membership as a student member (more about this here). Get in touch if you are thinking about joining ALIA and want to find out more.
Say hello if you see me at ALIA events, and let me know if you have questions about any aspect of your ALIA membership - future events, the Professional Development scheme, or how you can get involved.
Ph: 0480 245 523
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Groups in WA
ALIA has a vibrant membership in WA with a number of enthusiastic and energetic groups.
The group organises continuing professional development activities statewide. Monthly meetings are open to visitors and potential committe members | More info |ALIAinWA | @ALIAinWA | eList | Biblia Blog
ALIA Academic and Research Libraries WA
ALIA Academic and Research Libraries (WA) is a forum for tertiary, research and academic librarians to discuss ideas and practices and foster collaboration | More info
There are also local WA representatives from the following national ALIA groups:
Health Libraries Australia
Health Libraries Australia (HLA) has evolved from the former Library Association of Australia National Medical Librarians’ Section. They run an active elist which is a conduit for great discussions about issues relevant to the health speciality and for promoting events and professional development opportunities and have an active WA chapter. | Learn more
ALIA Retirees have a strong WA chapter with regular meetups at the State Library and tours of libraries and other information services. To get in touch, contact the WA State Manager who will connect you. | Learn more
The Western Australian Information Network (WAIN) elist is run by Curtin University and is utilised by the various local information management-related societies and associations.
Check the ALIA Elist page for national and special interest ALIA elists.
Institutions offering ALIA Accredited Courses
A full list of ALIA accredited courses is available here.