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Free Conference registration opportunity from ARK and ALIA

Posted by bronwynr on May 14, 2009


Indigenous Knowledge Management Voices from the past: knowledge for the future

This two-day masterclass will provide an interactive environment in which to explore critical areas associated with the effective use of knowledge management techniques within the Australian indigenous culture. Effectively engaging indigenous communities, finding functional methods to capture, transfer and preserve oral and traditional knowledge, and exploring narrative techniques are the key focuses of this event.

Apply now FREE conference registration valued at over $2000. Click here for information and terms and conditions (please read before applying)  http://www.alia.org.au/education/pd/workshops/request.to.attend.ARK.indigenous.pdf

Application forms available http://www.alia.org.au/education/pd/workshops/indigenous.knowledge.masterclass.application.form.pdf

Closes 1st June 2009

Date: 22-23 June 2009

Location: Sydney, Australia

Presented by ARK http://www.arkgroupaustralia.com.au/Events-c076-IKM.htm

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MLA Conference to Feature Graphic Novel Programming

Posted by bronwynr on May 6, 2009


The Massachusetts Library Association will hold its annual conference on May 5-8 at the MassMutual Center in Springfield, MA. Programming will include a Graphic Novels Mini Conference, focusing on the growth of the medium and its application in libraries and education.(full story)

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Free Conference registration opportunity from ARK and ALIA – don’t miss out

Posted by bronwynr on February 1, 2009

Adopting Robust Strategies for Digital Preservation.
Harnessing measures to ensure longevity of electronic resources within the public sector

Organisations are investing increasing amounts of time and resources into digitally preserving information and material for future reference. However, many do not fully understand the potential risks associated with the long-term preservation and retrieval or how to proactively address these issues now for future risk mitigation.

This two-day conference will examine these pressing digital preservation issues so that you can return to your office armed with strategies and techniques to implement in your organisation. Come prepared to discuss your personal challenges, and get involved in sharing ideas with the presenters and other attendees.

Apply now FREE conference registration valued at over $2000. Click here for application form http://www.alia.org.au/education/pd/request.to.Attend.ARK.DigitalPres.pdf
Date: 6-8 April 2009 Location: Sydney, Australia

Presented by ARK www.arkgroupaustralia.com.au/Events-c064-Digipreservation.htm

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ALIA 2009 National Library and Information Technicians Conference

Posted by bronwynr on October 23, 2008

First Announcement and Call for Papers

 

The 2009 ALIA National Library and Information Technicians Conference will be held at the Adelaide Convention Centre 15-18 September 2009.

 

Using the theme ‘Technology-Technique-Unique’, Adelaide 2009 intends to address issues of

interest and concern to the contemporary Library and Information Services industry.

 

The organising committee invites you to submit conference papers, tutorials and interactive workshop presentations that fit within the daily themes of Technology, Technique, Unique.

 

Technology is defined as ‘knowledge and use of the mechanical arts and applied science’.  Within this framework the committee would like to receive papers that discuss various aspects on the use of technology, its benefits and disadvantages, the progress of technology and the resultant winners and losers.  

 

Technique, defined as ‘mechanical skills in art, skilful manipulation of situations, people or resources’. This is ‘how we do things’, papers addressing issues such as work-life balance, doing more with less, dealing with change or papers addressing new ways of working, problem solving, implementing innovative ideas or new approaches to professional development are sought for this category.

 

Unique is ‘being the only one of its kind, unusual, remarkable’.  For this theme the committee encourages presenters to let their imagination roam, the field is wide open.  Each one of us has a unique story to tell, if you would like to share, this is your opportunity.  First time presenters are welcome and Team Adelaide 2009 will offer support and direction to help you present your paper in a confident and professional manner.

 

For full details please visit the Conference Web site at http://conferences.alia.org.au/libtec2009/

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Transforming Information and Learning Conference

Posted by bronwynr on October 7, 2008

Register now for the Transforming Information and Learning Conference which will be held at ECU’s Mount Lawley Campus on Saturday 11 October 2008.
 
The conference’s theme is Transformers: People, Places and Spaces.
 
The conference will be opened by Professor Tony Watson, Executive Dean of the Faculty of Computing, Health and Science, ECU.
 
Keynote speakers are Dr Marissa Wettasinghe from the National Institute of Education in Singapore and Associate Professor Matthew Allen from Curtin University of Technology. Barbara Combes of ECU will deliver the Anne Clyde Memorial Lecture.
 
A range of parallel sessions will also be presented on Saturday.
 
Two pre-conference workshops are available on Friday 10 October 2008. They will be held in the School of Computer and Information Science.
 
Conference registration includes a USB drive for proceedings, a light lunch, morning and afternoon tea, post-conference drinks.
 
Come along and transform part of your personal and professional network!
 
Registration forms are available at http://conferences.scis.ecu.edu.au/TILC2008/registration.php <https://staffmail.ecu.edu.au/exchweb/bin/redir.asp?URL=http://conferences.scis.ecu.edu.au/TILC2008/registration.php>  . SCIS students are asked to register for catering purposes.

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