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Come together: professional development for right now [slides]

ALIA New Librarians' Symposium 9 (NLS9), 5-7 July 2019 Adelaide: collaborate deviate innovate
 
This presentation (PowerPoint slides) supported the talk describing the work of the Professional Development Working Group (PDWG) — collaborate, deviate, and innovate — to coordinate the delivery of professional development (PD) to public library staff across Queensland. 

A brave experiment in community-led programming [slides]

ALIA New Librarians' Symposium 9 (NLS9), 5-7 July 2019 Adelaide: collaborate deviate innovate
 
This presentation (PowerPoint slides) supported the talk on the program called the 'Cultural Forum'. The program started as a brave experiment (granted support on a 6 month trial-basis) and evolved across a 12 month period to become a radical method for community led programs in Melbourne. Yarra Libraries worked with not-for-profit organisations to build panels and address topical issues from the Stolen Generations to Manus Island and detainment.

How to win followers and influence people [slides]

ALIA New Librarians' Symposium 9 (NLS9), 5-7 July 2019 Adelaide: collaborate deviate innovate
 
This presentation (PowerPoint slides) supported the talk on the importance of social media as a promotional tool and engagement platform. This session presented a strategic plan for developing an individual, professional social media presence and building meaningful networks online.

The Innovative Librarians Group [slides]

ALIA New Librarians' Symposium 9 (NLS9), 5-7 July 2019 Adelaide: collaborate deviate innovate
 
This presentation (PowerPoint slides) supported the talk on the work, achievements and influence of the Innovative Librarians Group. The group promotes innovation, forward thinking and technology within the library, breaking down barriers between functional work units in geographically dispersed locations, enabling rich, collaborative networks within a large organisation.

Photocopying the revolution: librarians making zines and changing the world [slides]

ALIA New Librarians' Symposium 9 (NLS9), 5-7 July 2019 Adelaide: collaborate deviate innovate
 
This presentation (PowerPoint slides) supported the talk on zine librarianship including making and collecting zines. These self-made, underground publications have a thriving history and an exciting future. Australia has a rampant zine scene, and libraries and archives have been collecting them for a while now. Zine librarianship in the professional sense is growing in the UK and the US, and Australia can follow in their footsteps. 

Mosaics, Photoshop & sign language: a summer of knowledge sharing and collaboration [slides]

ALIA New Librarians' Symposium 9 (NLS9), 5-7 July 2019 Adelaide: collaborate deviate innovate
 
This presentation (PowerPoint slides) supported the talk on the ‘Summer of Sharing’ program which was a collaborative idea of the Client Library Services Team (CLS) at the Auckland University of Technology library. The program provided an opportunity for CLS staff from across three campus libraries to share knowledge and work together as a team.

An all access pass to Mandurah libraries: intergenerational activities, story dogs and a dementia friendly service [slides]

ALIA New Librarians' Symposium 9 (NLS9), 5-7 July 2019 Adelaide: collaborate deviate innovate
 
This presentation (PowerPoint slides) supported the talk on the creative and accessible library services at Mandurah Libraries in Western Australia. Programs offered include storytime, craft activities, treasure hunts, morning tea and musical bingo.

PASStime: experiments with facilitated learning (challenges, triumphs and learning to let go [slides]

ALIA New Librarians' Symposium 9 (NLS9), 5-7 July 2019 Adelaide: collaborate deviate innovate
 
This presentation (PowerPoint slides) supported the session introducing PASS (Pear Assisted Study Sessions) which is based on the idea that people learn better when they have immediate opportunities to practice or where they can teach others.

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