The registrations for ALIA Schools first Professional Development activity Making the school library visible are now open. Schools have many competing demands and working within teams can strengthen the role of the school library. How does the school library contribute to the various teams at your school? How does working in teams advocate for and promote the school library? Participants will have the opportunity to explore these questions through a keynote address, a panel session and a guided activity.
When: Saturday 18 March 2017
Venue: Carey Baptist Grammar School
Address: 349 Barkers Road, Kew 3101
Tania Barry, Consultant/Contractor from La Trobe University will provide the keynote address. The role of teams including the benefits, the challenges and how to structure and position a team for effect will be explored.
Following the keynote address, the panel session will explore some strategies how they make the library visible within their school.
The panel comprises:
- Jacqueline Griffeth, Mount Waverley Primary School, Mount Waverley
- Faye Jamieson, Killester College, Springvale
Participants will have the opportunity to explore the newly purposed built Library Resource Centre during a guided activity.
Participants will have an opportunity to explore in further detail each of the online tools presented in the Panel session.
For more details and registering this morning seminar, please click on this link:
Participants will need to register online with payment through the ALIA National Office. Please note that a compulsory 7% processing and service fee has been incorporated into the fee structure for this purpose.
- Registrations close on 3rd March 2017 by invoice
- To receive the Early bird fee, please register before Friday 10th
- The Standard fees applies after Friday 10th March 2017 – credit card payment option only.
Susanne Graetsch AALIA
ALIA Schools – Group 8