17 and 18 June 2013
RMIT (with the assistance of Charles
Sturt University and the University of South Australia) is proud to host the:
This is the 9th event in the series, which brings together educators, researchers and practitioners within the information professions to enable a culture of informed and innovative research practice. All members of the information profession - libraries, archives, information and knowledge management, records, schools, museums are invited to come and share their ideas and work with others.
Call for Papers
You are invited to make a submission to the RAILS9 seminar.
All details provided in this Call for Contributions PDF document. (478 KB)
Please print the registration form at this link and proceed with payment as directed. Look forward to seeing you at the event. If you have trouble faxing the registration you can scan and email: email@example.com
17 June 2013 - Australian Information Education Symposium
This national event brings together educators within the information professions to enable a culture of informed and innovative teaching and learning practice. Information educators at all levels (VET and university) and supporting all facets of the profession - libraries, archives, information & knowledge management, records, schools, museums - are invited to come and share their ideas, explore best practice, develop their teaching scholarship, and work with others.
To register for AIES please use the RAILS registration form. If you register for both RAILS9 and AIES a discount is available.
For further details or information contact:
Professor Helen Partridge
17 June 2013 - ALIA Higher Educators Forum (4-6pm)
For further details:
17 June - Book Launch (6-7pm)
Philip Hider (2012) Information Resource Description: Creating and Managing Metadata (London: Facet)