May 8, 2011 § 5 Comments
As of Friday 13 May, this event is now COMPLETELY BOOKED OUT.
ALIA Reference and Information Service – Victoria (RAIS VIC) & ALIA VIC present
Excited or unnerved about eBooks and eReaders in libraries? How and why do libraries introduce eCollections?
RAIS (Vic.) & ALIA Vic jointly present Exploring eBooks, eReaders and Libraries on Thursday 26th of May, as part of Australian Library and InformationWeek.
Wilma Kurvink & Bart Rutherford, Wesley College Library & Information Services, chat about an eReader school research trial, different collection approaches for libraries, and relationships with vendors.
Barry McGuren talks about implementing eBooks at Melbourne Library Service and how the public (and staff!) have responded.
The Speakers:Wilma Kurvink & Bart Rutherford Library & Information Services
Melbourne Library Service
When: Thursday 26 May, 2011, 5.30pm for 6pm start
Where: Seminar Room 1, RMIT Swanston Library, Building 8, Level 5, 360 Swanston Street, Melbourne
Cost:ALIA members $5.50 (includes GST)
(Please bring a current membership card – organisational memberships accepted.)
Non-members $11.00 (includes GST) Students FREE
Refreshments included Please pay at the door (cash only)
Attendance at this forum qualifies as 1 point in the Informal Learning category for members of the ALIA Professional Development Scheme. Please let Doreen Sullivan know when you RSVP if you are a PD participant and require a certificate.
Posted by Doreen Sullivan, ALIA Rais Vic Convenor