Upcoming Events – July / August

When T. S. Eliot penned the words, “April is the cruellest month”, he’d clearly never been to Canberra in August. Still, things are heating up in the local LIS scene with a number of events:

July 18 – Lunchtime presentation – Dr Michael Stephens
12:30-1:30pm – Ferguson Room, National Library of Australia

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On Wednesday 18th of July, there will be a visit to the National Library by Dr Michael Stephens, who is visiting Australia as one of the Keynote Speakers for the upcoming APLIC conference later in July.

Dr Stephens is the Associate Professor at the School of Information at San Jose State University, and has written the monthly column “Office Hours” for Library Journal exploring issues, ideas and emerging trends in libraries and LIS education.  He has kindly agreed to visit the National Library and give a brief presentation on emerging trends and professional development in libraries.  Here is Michael’s latest blog post on coming to Australia.  This is an opportunity not to be missed!

Registration not required.

This event is presented by the ALIA URLS and ACTive Groups.

August 8 – ALIA ACT Groups mid-winter dinner 2018
6pm-10pm – Muse, East Hotel, Cnr Canberra Ave & Giles St, Kingston

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$48 per person (for 2 courses)
Dessert and drinks available for purchase
Pull on your go-go boots and get groovy as we rewind to 1968!
Celebrating 50 years since the opening of the Chifley Library, ANU and the current building of the National Library of Australia.
August 15 – Journal Club #2
Save the date – Details TBC
Hope to see you there over the coming months!
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