March Newsletter

March 2020

Welcome to March’s newsletter! As the year is now in full swing, please keep up to date with all of the latest events happening across the country and online.

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

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Want to get engaged with ALIA SNGG?  ALIA Students and New Graduates Group are always on the look out for new social media coordinators to join our growing Facebook, Instagram and blog teams. As well as regional coordinators to run social and professional development events in their home states.

If volunteering on a regular basis is currently not an option for you consider writing a blog post for us. We invite (and strongly encourage!) you to submit guest posts publication here on the SNGG blog. Click here to learn more about the volunteering.

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ALIA SNGG is excited to announce the formation a new book club! If you are interested, we would love you to fill out a short (1-2 minute) survey so we can create the best possible book club experience for you. We hope you will join us! https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/L8RTFST

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ALIA SNGG are guest editing ALIA’s INCITE magazine. The theme for this issue is ‘Create’. The call out is simple, what story do you have about how, or what, libraries create? Click here for more details. Submissions close on March 17, 2020.

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March’s #auslibchat was held the 3rd of March 2020 at 9pm AEDT. Details of this month’s chat will be posted here later in the month.

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ALIA SNGG WA will be hosting a brunch at 10am on the 21st of March at Zamia Cafe (Kings Park) 50 May Drive, West Perth. Come along to meet the WA team and discuss all things GLAMR over a coffee and some breakfast. Email aliawasngg@gmail.com for details.

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ALIA Students and New Graduates Group are seeking a Victorian Regional Coordinator, send your expressions of interest to vicaliasngg@gmail.com today.

Check out the ALIA Events Listing page for more ALIA events near you.

January Newsletter

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January 2020

Welcome to January’s newsletter! Welcome to a new year and a new decade with ALIA SNGG!  Our thoughts are with anyone effected by the bush fires.  

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

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Want to get engaged with ALIA SNGG?  ALIA Students and New Graduates Group are always on the look out for new social media coordinators to join our growing Facebook, Instagram and blog teams. As well as regional coordinators to run social and professional development events in their home states.

If volunteering on a regular basis is currently not an option for you consider writing a blog post for us. We invite (and strongly encourage!) you to submit guest posts publication here on the SNGG blog. Click here to learn more about the volunteering.

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ALIA Students and New Graduates Group is looking for a new National Secretary!

For more information about the role see the position description

If you are interested in applying, please send an email to alianewgraduatesgroup@gmail.com and let us know why you are interested.

Closing date: Monday, 20 January 2020.

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ALIA Students and New Graduates Group are seeking a Victorian Regional Coordinator, send your expressions of interest to vicaliasngg@gmail.com today.

Check out the ALIA Events Listing page for more ALIA events near you.

GLAMR Professional Profile – Lachlan Glanville

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After pursuing a Masters of IT (Library and Information Science) Lachlan Glanville became the University of Melbourne’s first full-time digital archivist in 2018. His writings on the Germaine Greer archive have been published in the Journal of Archives and Manuscripts and feature in the Conversation‘s academic podcast series Essays on Air.
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