2018-2019 CALA Mentorship Program

Dear Colleagues: We are pleased to announce that the 2018/2019 Chinese American Librarians Association (CALA) Mentorship Program is now open for applications. Who Can Be a Mentee? Everyone is welcome to be a mentee, whether you are a student, a newly minted professional, or a more seasoned librarian. This is a great opportunity to connect …

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LAS Inaugural Webinar – Remaining Relevant: articulating the value of our library services

LAS Inaugural Webinar Remaining Relevant: articulating the value of our library services Date: Friday, 30 November 2018 Time: 10am–12:30 pm Venue: online   Join us online for this inaugural webinar to hear more about how we can remain relevant. Reserve your seat today to attend live or to receive the recording links afterwards.   Registration …

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Remaining Relevant: articulating the value of our library services

Remaining Relevant: articulating the value of our library services Date: Friday, 30 November 2018 Time: 10 am –12:30 pm Format: Webinar (more information after registration)   In the age of information abundance, we need librarians more than ever. However, misconceptions about our work abound and the value we offer our communities is not immediately obvious. …

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ALIA, LAS and LIANZA communique

The Presidents, Board members and Executives of the Australian Library and Information Association, Library Association of Singapore and Library and Information Association of New Zealand Aotearoa met on Wednesday 1 August, during the Asia-Pacific Library and Information Conference, held at the Gold Coast Conference and Exhibition Centre, Queensland, Australia. We discussed topics of shared interest …

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