Meeting place for SLAV Melbourne Eastern Metropolitan library professionals
The Editor of "FYI" is urgently seeking contributions from members in relation to:
"How did you provide orientation for new staff and students?"
This will be for the Consider this! section of the FYI Autumn 2015 issue. The great news is that you only need write about 150 words and if you have an image then this would be welcomed.
For printing quality, images need to be at least 300dpi or 3mp. Photos taken using phones do not have the…Continue
Posted by Julie Pagliaro on March 19, 2015 at 19:37
Our first meeting for 2015 was held last Thursday 5th March at the Ebony Quill Cafe next to Dymocks Camberwell. Over 20 people attended and Adele Walsh, who is the Program Coordinator for the Australian Centre for Youth Literature (ACYL), presented some excellent information about how she and the ACYL can support school libraries. In particular, she spoke about the INKY Awards and how the ACYL are looking for young judges as well as the ACYL’s Professional…Continue
The SLAV website www.slav.org.au continues to develop and now includes a 'member's only' area. This notice from Executive Officer, Cindy Tschernitz details how every member can set up their individual access to the 'member's only' area of the SLAV website.
Dear Eastern Branch member,…Continue
Posted by Camilla Elliott on February 26, 2015 at 20:22
From inkwells to iPads: Journey back to old school days at Old Treasury Building this March
Melbourne’s Old Treasury Building will transport the public back in time to the classrooms of the late 1800s to today in a new exhibition opening in March.
The ‘School Days: Education in Victoria’ Exhibition will feature classroom stories, school photographs, old text books, and memorabilia straight from the vaults of the state archives of Public Record Office…
Posted by Rhondda Powling on February 26, 2015 at 10:30