ALIA Rare Books and Special Collections is a forum for library and information professionals who are responsible for, and interested in, rare books and special collections. The group provides an opportunity for discussion and the exchange of information on rare books as well as other special collections including ephemera, manuscripts, maps and pictorial materials. Our focus is on the collection, description, preservation, interpretation, promotion and use of these materials.
|Convenor:||Maggie Patton (State Library of New South Wales)||@MaggiePatts|
|Events/ALIA Liaison:||Diana Richards||@dianarichards24|
|Secretary/Social Media:||Dr Rachel Franks (State Library of New South Wales)||@cfwriter|
|South Australia:||Lauren Gobbett (ALIA)||@librarylaureng|
|Victoria:||Hayley Webster (Museums Victoria)||@hayleybwebster|
- aliaURLS Seminar: Floods and Failures - Future Proofing Against Disaster - 1 May 2019 National Library of Australia Canberra 9am - 4pm https://membership.alia.org.au/events/register/fires-floods-and-failures-future-proofing-against-disaster
- ANZAAB Melbourne Book Week 5-14 July 2019 http://www.rarebookweek.com/
- Bind19: restoring the old creating anew Writers Centre Callan Park Rozelle NSW - 25 - 27 October 2019 https://www.nswbookbinders.org/bind-19-australian-national-conference-of-bookbinders
- Bibliographical Society of Australia and New Zealand Conference Melbourne - 28 - 29 November 2019 http://www.bsanz.org/conferences/
More details to follow.
Future Learn (free, online courses, including courses of interest to RB&SC)
Open Culture (free, online courses, including courses of interest to RB&SC)
American Library Association (US) Rare Books and Manuscripts Section
Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (UK) Rare Books and Special Collections Group
International Federation of Library Associations (Intl) Rare Books and Special Collections Section