Make friends in high places! Melbourne, Thursday 24 May

You can never have too many friends, especially friends in high places! ALIA VIC invites you to add some of the LIS industry’s most senior leaders to your professional network.

Join ALIA VIC committee members to celebrate Library and Information Week 2012 and hear first hand from VIP guests—including Sue Roberts, State Library of Victoria CEO and State Librarian—what they see as the critical issues facing their sector now and into the future.

This is your opportunity to meet new colleagues, ask questions and share ideas over a glass of wine and nibbles.

When: Thursday 24 May, 2012
5.30pm for 6pm start

Where: Seminar Room 1 RMIT Swanston Library
Building 8, Level 5 360 Swanston Street, Melbourne

If you would like to attend, email before COB on Tuesday 22 May.

Due to the generous support of Zenith Information Management Services and RMIT University Library there is no charge for this fabulous event ‘Make friends in high places’ but places are limited to ALIA members and LIS students.

Attendance at this forum qualifies as 1 point in the Informal Learning category for members of the ALIA Professional Development Scheme. Please advise Gail Schmidt when you RSVP if you require a certificate of participation.


1 thought on “Make friends in high places! Melbourne, Thursday 24 May

  1. Thank you to ALIA, Zenith and RMIT for organising and supporting this important networking event for LIS students. Listening to the amazing guest speakers was inspiring and has given me confidence in the future of our profession and the changes we will need to be ready for! I have signed up to the e-list and look forward to the next ALIA New Grads event! Also, it was lovely to meet you Mel and so many people from the industry. Regards, Diana Gavazovska (RMIT MIM student & LT at ACU Library).

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