Join us for a chat with Paula Bray, DX Lab Leader at the State Library of New South Wales. What is open data, why is it important, and how are libraries using it? This event will be of particular interest to anyone taking part in the ANDS 23 Research Data Things program this year.
Held at SLNSW, Macquarie St, Sydney
5:45pm for a 6pm start (until approx. 7pm), Tuesday 13th September
ALIA Members: Free, Non-members: $10.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
It's that time again! After our last event at Newcastle Museum, we scoped out Civic Digest and have decided to host our next meeting there (coffee and books and booze, oh my)!
Library and Information Week 2016. Discover More.
Discover what living in Ballina was like in the 1930s with photographs and information from Ballina Library's Local History Collection.
See flyer below for all information.
To celebrate Library Week, and National Library Technician’s Day, everyone involved in the provision of library services is invited to get together for breakfast on Tuesday 24th May 2016.
This will be the 17th year we have shared breakfast to celebrate Library & Information Week.
We have a booking at Coffs Harbour Surf Club, 7.15am and everyone is most welcome.
Get your GLAMR on and come along to our tour and talk at the Newcastle Museum!
Date: Saturday 14 May 1.00-2.30pm
Location: Newcastle Museum, 6 Workshop Way, Newcastle NSW 2300. Meet in the main foyer.
Public paying carparks are on Wright Lane.
Description: A behind the scenes look at collection development and management by Julie Baird, Manager Newcastle Museum, includes museum tour and talk.