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The role of public, school, academic and special libraries has expanded over time but they have always connected people with information and ideas.
ALIAs role and view on research
This three week, online course will provide you with the opportunity to reflect and explore the ways you can best serve your library's indigenous clientele.
Registrations close 27 September.
Are you trying to get started in the library and information world? Are you a student or recent graduate wanting to make contacts, volunteer and land yourself in employment?
If you have questions, we have the answers. At this interactive panel session, three professionals with vast experience in hiring library workers will share their tips for resume writing, job interviews and making yourself attractive to employers.
In an environment of budget cut and job losses, it is crucial for the library and information professional to be resilient, have an up-to-date CV and think about where their careers may go next. Join our speakers for helpful ideas and sound advice.
Do you feel like it's a challenge to keep up with the wide range of tech trends and tools that come around every year?
Back again for 2016, this dynamic three week, online course will give you the opportunity to catch up on what's new and being talked about.
Registrations close 18 October.
ALIA HLA will be hosting this full day workshop which will be presented by Carol Lefebvre from the UK.
This full day session will provide opportunities to learn new techniques, to discuss best approaches, to share insights and to assess variations in current best practice. The workshop will be facilitated by Carol Lefebvre who is experienced in literature searching to inform systematic reviews and HTAs and in conducting research into the evidence base for information retrieval.