2008 news

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Forum videos & mp3 audio files available

Streaming videos and downloadable audio files of the 2008 Forum presentations are now available on the 2008 Forum program page.

New subscription model for Special Libraries – read the progress report

To find out about the new subscription model for special libraries, please read this progress report (pdf, 91 KB).

LAAC papers for meeting held in Sydney available

Papers presented at the LAAC meeting held on 22 October 2008 are now available on our Advisory Committee papers & previous meetings page.

2007/2008 Annual Report available

The Libraries Australia 2007/2008 Annual Report is accessible from our Strategic directions page.

You can now search Libraries Australia through Facebook

If you are a Facebook user, why not check out the new Libraries Australia application? Simply log in to your Facebook account and then click on the following URL: http://apps.facebook.com/librariesaustralia (edited 22/02/10: the Libraries Australia Facebook application has since closed) This will more…

2008 Forum registrations now open

The Libraries Australia Forum will be held at the Powerhouse Museum on Thursday 23 October 2008. You can now register online for the Forum, and the associated Libraries tour. You will also find details of the program, associated events and more…

What is GovRAP?

GovRAP is a free monthly reference service listing Australia’s recent government publishing output. Records from GovRAP are a subset of the ANBD and are created by Australian libraries. Files are available in alphabetical and Dewey format. Files are available in more…

Free access to APAIS for small libraries

We are very pleased to announce that Australian small libraries* now have free access to the Australian Public Affairs Information Service (APAIS). APAIS is a subject index to scholarly articles in the social sciences and humanities published in Australia. Users more…