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Molly Raphael: Empowering Voices: Communities Speak Out For Libraries

Molly Raphael presents her paper to the 2011 LIANZA conference on possible improvements to current advocacy methods.

American Library Association President Molly Raphael discusses ALA’s new advocacy initiative, Empowering Voices: Communities Speak Out for Libraries. Learn how to build on current advocacy efforts and focus on empowering community members from all types of libraries to raise their voices in support of libraries. You will emerge from this session with an understanding of:

Christine Busby: Social Media for Special Librarians

Christine Busby presents a workshop at the 2011 LIANZA conference to teach special librarians on the value of using social media.

This workshop is designed to engage special librarians in conversations about social media. Whilst there are a number of public libraries using social media, and information is available on using social media as a marketing tool, special libraries have different perspectives and requirements in the use of social media. This workshop will allow librarians to talk with each other and share their knowledge and passion on the issue.

Annette Beattie, Mary Wedell, Brian Anderson, Leslie Clague, Sandy Green, Heather Bradley: Smart Motivation

Annette Beattie, Mary Wedell, Brian Anderson, Leslie Clague, Sandy Green, Heather Bradley present their paper on a new strategy for managing shared services within a region.

Rose Barker: What Is Offered By The Newest And Most Renowned Children’s And Youth Library Services From Around The World?

Rose Barker presents her paper to the 2011 LIANZA conference surrounding her findings when interviewing librarians from around the world.

Recipient of the Edith Jessie Carnell Scholarship 2010, Team Leader, Wellington City Libraries, Wellington, New Zealand

Marianne Kraack, Veronica Hogan and Wendy Nasmith - Power to Print - Disabled People Through Passion for Information

Marianne Kraack, Veronica Hogan and Wendy Nasmith present a paper to the 2011 LIANZA conference on promoting access digital resources for visually impaired individuals.

Sandy Green: Looking Out and Keeping the Gate Open

Sandy Green presents her paper to the 2011 LIANZA conference surrounding the Wairapapa archive.

Liz Wilkinson, Penny Bardenheier, Hemi Dale, Sophie Tauwehe Tamati: Me Whakarongo Ki Te Kōrero: Let The Conversations Be Heard

Liz Wilkinson presents her paper to the 2011 LIANZA conference surrounding the effects of an initiative to enrich the Māori Junior Non-Fiction collection of the Sylvia Ashton-Warner library.

Claire Stent: Are we there yet?

Claire Stent presents her paper to the 2011 LIANZA conference on how to make searching for information interesting and enjoyable.

Address: Bill Macnaught

National Librarian Bill Macnaught's address to the 2011 LIANZA conference.

Address - Part 1

Address - Part 2

 

Keynote Address: Molly Raphael

Molly Raphael's presentation to the LIANZA 2011 Conference concerning economic conditions and how to maintain the value of libraries.

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