ALIA Leadership & Innovation Forums

 

ALIA invites you to join us for the 2016/17 Leadership and Innovation Forum series across Australia.


These special events are intended to connect ALIA Members with leaders and influencers in the library and GLAMR sector. This is your opportunity to network with some of the key thinkers and decision-makers; the people who drive our industry. 

Our overall theme is leadership and innovation - if we can make these work for us, we will be looking at a bright future for the library and information sector.

The challenge we will be putting to our expert panel in each state and territory in 2016/17 will be innovation through collaboration and partnerships, "Now that's Clever!".

 

We'll be asking leaders about their vision for innovation and change in their organisations, and the ways they have supported innovative practice through collaboration and partnerships, especially with other organisations or individuals we might not have expected.

Come along and enjoy a fantastic networking opportunity and a convivial drink and canape. Cheers!

Free for ALIA Members, however all are welcome.  Numbers will be limited, so be sure to register early for this not-to-be-missed opportunity. 

 

#libraryleaders

 

 STAY TUNED AS WE ANNOUNCE EVENT DETAILS IN YOUR STATE!

 

State Date/Time Location Panellists
NT

8 December 2016

5:30-7:30pm

 

More information and to register HERE

CDU Waterfront Campus, Darwin

 
Karen Conway, Manager, City of Darwin Libraries  
AND
a representative from St Vincent de Paul
 
Anti-Poverty Week Activities
 
 
Mary Paton, Archivist, Arafura Research Archive, CDU Library
AND
Felicity Gerry, Queen's Counsel and Senior Lecturer, CDU
 
NT Euthanasia Collection 
 
 
Trudi Maly, Director, Library Services
AND
Leah Magee, Manager, Health Policy Guidelines Program, Dept of Health Library  and  Neil Spencer, Clinical Nurse Consultant, Top End Mental Health Service
 
Development and Implementation of the Policy Guideline Centre
 
SA

21 February

5:30 (for 6pm start) -8pm

 

More information and registration coming soon.

Hetzel Lecture Theatre, Institute Building, SLSA

 

 

Adelaide City Library  - Jessica Curtis

AND

Technical Director, Virtual Reality,  +Life Technologies - Daish Malani
‘Innovator in Residence'

 

Director at Parliament Research Library – Dr. John Weste

AND

Royal Geographic Society of SA  - Chris Durrant

 

Manager, Online Services and Group Manager, Collections at State Library of SA – Andrew Piper

AND

Director, Migration Museum (History Trust of South Australia)  – Mandy Paul  'Centre of Democracy project'

 

 

 

Information about 2015 events and speakers can be viewed here.