June Newsletter

ALIA Students and New GraduatesJune 2018

Welcome to the news for June!  

As the weather cools down, the New Grads events heat up! There are lots of exciting events happening online and all around the country.

We’ve also extended the deadline for social media and regional coordinator applications. You now have until June 15, so don’t hesitate, we’d love to hear from you!

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May Newsletter

ALIA Students and New GraduatesMay 2018

 

Welcome to our newsletter for May!  

May is shaping up to be an exciting month for GLAMR professions – Library and Information Week is just around the corner and National Simultaneous Storytime is sure to be a hit again in 2018!

Remember to check back with this newsletter throughout the month for updates on what we’re up on online and in your state.

 

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March Newsletter

ALIA Students and New GraduatesMarch 2018

Wow, it’s already March. How did that happen?! 2018 is well under way and ALIA SNGG is busier than ever.

In addition to exciting PD and meet-ups, we’re looking ahead to conferences and other major events coming up this year. APLIC is happening in July/August and planning is underway for a New Grads Tweet-up like no other! Read ahead for more on that.

We’ll be updating this newsletter throughout the month, so please check back to find out what we’re up on online and in your state.

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November Newsletter

ALIA Students and New GraduatesNovember 2017

Welcome to another ALIA Students and New Graduates’ monthly update! 

We’re getting into the swing of our monthly blog newsletters now and we hope you’re enjoying this one-stop-shop for all the events and updates from the world of ALIA SNGG. We will be updating this post throughout the month with any new events that pop up so keep checking in!

November is going to be a great month – enjoy!

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ACT: Article Club Wrap-up

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Last Thursday night some individuals with an interest in Museums, Archives and Libraries gathered to discuss an article called Artefacts and archives: Considering cross-collection knowledge networks in museums. It was a merry band with beer in hand that, as the article suggested, explored how collections in various cultural institutions have become decontextualised. Through no fault of our own GLAM (Gallery, Library, Archive, Museums) professionals can’t always tell the full story of the artefacts in their care, this is because the way we separate artefacts from letters, journals or photos (museums from archives) means we don’t readily have the information available to make those connections in our collections.

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