Aloha! NSW ALIA SNGG will be holding a Meet and Greet.
If you are currently studying or have been in libraries for awhile this may be the perfect event to come and make new friends and develop new contacts.
It is also an excellent opportunity to meet our new ALIA Students and New Graduates Group (NSW) Coordinators: Michelle Feely, Angela Bagaric and Michelle Stuart.
When: Saturday 4th March at 3 pm.
Where: Coco Cubano Macarthur Square, Campbelltown.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hope to see you there!
With ALIA Information Conference starting soon in Sydney, ALIA Sydney and along with NSW ALIA SNGG will be hosting a preconference get-together.
Meet the Locals: Come and meet library professionals and develop new contacts.
You are all cordially invited to attend, non-conference attendees are most welcome!
When: Monday 13th February.
Where: Verge Bar, Arthouse Hotel The Galeries 275 Pitt Street, Sydney.
No need to RSVP (free event)
The NLS8 Team are joining forces with ALIA Sydney this August for a very special event!
Thinking about preparing something to present at a conference but not quite sure how to do it? Have you presented before but need to brush up your skills? This night is for you.
Hear from the NLS8 Team about how to submit a proposal for NLS8 in Canberra next year, and join us for a panel discussion with local librarians who have taken the plunge and presented at conferences in the past. Ask them your questions, pick up some tips, and gather your courage!
This is an ALIA Sydney and ALIA NLS8 joint event.
Entry is FREE, but reservations are appreciated.
Held at CQU, 400 Kent St, Sydney (very close to Town Hall station)
6.15pm for a 6.30pm start (until approx 8pm), Tuesday 9th August.
RSVP & enquiries to email@example.com
(Did we mention that it’s free?)
Learn more about ALIA Sydney at aliasydney.blogspot.com and follow them on Twitter at @ALIASyd
There’s nothing more fun on a Sunday than… a library!
The State Library of NSW is running an exhibition called “Pulp Confidential: Quick & dirty publishing from the 40s & 50s“.
Meet fellow new grads and students as we tour the saucy-sounding exhibition, then join us for a self-catered picnic in the nearby Botanic Gardens, weather permitting.
Place: Macquarie Street Sydney; meet at the glass revolving doors
Cost: Cheap! Free entry to the exhibition, BYO picnic and train fares are $2.50 on Sundays.
No need to RSVP, just feel free to join us on the day. We will wave an ALIA sign of some description!
Hope to see you there!
NSW Co-ordinators Melissa & Melissa (yes, really).