Friday, May 29, 2009
Ikaroa region would like to invite members to discuss the recently announced LIANZA proposals on enhancing the Association's governance structure, and the changing of institutional member fee bands and rates.
Regional Councillor Heather Lamond will facilitate an informal meeting, talking to the proposals and seeking your feedback. The deadline for feedback on these proposals is 6th July and will be gathered using an online survey.
Attending this meeting can be used to provide comment in the professional revalidation journal under body of knowledge 1 ‘The information environment, information policy and ethics, and history of the field’, or as an example of 4. The information transfer process.
17 June, 6.30pm
Hawera Library Plus
46 High Street, Hawera.
Fish and Chips for Tea
$5.00 per person
Meeting scheduled to finish around 8.30-9.00
Please RSVP to
Lynne Walker lynne.walker@STDC.govt.nz or Kaye Lally kaye.lally@STDC.govt.nz
By Friday 12 June 2009
Posted by Debra Hitchcock (TIG SIG Convenor)
Wednesday, May 20, 2009
Dates are firming up for these meetings.
These will be informal discussions, so please read the documents, think about your answers to the questions in them, bring your own questions and suggestions.
Wednesday 17th June @ 6.30pm for Fish and Chip tea, followed by discussion. $5.00 if you would like Fish and Chips, but please let Lynne know.
RSVP by Monday 15th June to Lynne Walker firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday 10th June @ 6.00pm
Hastings Central Library - light refreshments
RSVP by Monday 8th June to Paula Murdoch email@example.com
Thursday, May 14, 2009
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Tuesday, May 12, 2009
Here are the links to these papers, one on LIANZA Governance, and one on LIANZA Institutional Membership
Each of the papers has a series of questions for you to consider and to which you may wish to contribute feedback. We will be running a survey from the Monday 8th June to Tuesday 6th July using Survey Monkey and you will be sent the link to this survey on the 8th June.
In the meantime I am planning for a series of meetings in the Region to discuss these proposals, so keep an eye out for the notices about the dates of meetings in your area.
Once you have read the papers we would encourage you to attend your regional meeting for discussion and clarification of the proposals. We would appreciate any formal feedback you have on the proposals to be expressed using the survey to enable us to manage and analyse the responses.
Of course, feel free to comment here on the blog, or email to NZ-Libs listserv.
Wednesday, May 6, 2009
Friday, May 1, 2009
The LIANZA 2009 Conference Committee invites the submission of abstracts for this year's conference at the Christchurch Convention Centre, October 12-14. Our theme this year is "he tangata, he tangata, he tangata", and we are looking for contributions that celebrate the importance of people, both within and outside our profession. The Conference will "Acknowledge the past, Embrace the present, and Advance the Future".
In 2009 we are encouraging participation from all parts of our profession:
debate, and contribute to our collective future.
Please visit the call for abstracts: http://www.lianza.org.nz/events/conference2009/abstracts.html for more details
Deadline for abstract submission - 22 May 2009
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