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VALA Guest Speaker Event: Making Connections

Please mark your diary and register now for a fantastic VALA double-header Guest Speaker event. (ALIA PD points apply)

Guest Speakers: Pru Mitchell (Education Services Australia) and David Feighan

Topic: “Making connections - Using education metadata to align school libraries to the curriculum”

This is a great opportunity to hear about a strategic and innovative library metadata project when Pru Mitchell (Education Services Australia) and David Feighan join forces for a special VALA event. The presentation will look at how schools are working in partnerships with Education Services Australia to rebuild their catalogue metadata so print and online collections are aligned to the curriculum. This includes mass clean up of existing subject headings, the introduction of new controlled metadata, and the creation of curriculum specific themed collections.

See the VALA event page for details and to book online.


Last Updated on Monday, 13 January 2014 14:41

As part of their annual accessibility conference in November La Trobe University is conducting a special OZeWAI Metadata Day on 29th November 2013.  Check out their website for more details.

Last Updated on Monday, 13 January 2014 14:41

VALA2014 Registrations Open

VALA2014 is streaming with possibilities. The 17th Biennial Conference and Exhibition is the must-attend event for specialists, managers and leading edge thinkers working in information and technology in the GLAM sectors. It is expected to attract 1,500 participants to Melbourne from 3-6 February 2014.

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