• Wikimedia Australia Wikimedia Australia
  • Ryan Donahue Ryan Donahue
  • Sue Gardner Sue Gardner
  • Ruth Kneale Ruth Kneale Ruth Kneale sponsored by the State Library of Queensland
  • Stuart Candy Stuart Candy Keynote Speaker, Dr Stuart Candy - Professional futurist
  • Ingrid Parent Ingrid Parent Ingrid Parent
  • Jenica Rogers Jenica Rogers Jenica Rogers sponsored by the State Library of Queensland
  • Marcus Foth Marcus Foth
  • NLS6 NLS6
Sep 122013
 

Keynote libraries go global – Ingrid Parent Being seen and heard: a workshop across two conferences– Kathyrn Greenhill, Molly Tebo Many are called to follow but few are choosing to lead–  Grace Saw, Heather Todd, Janine Schmidt, Vicki McDonald Young leadership: coming up from underneath – Lenore O’Connor, Reenah Lampert We’re not from around here! more »

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Feb 252013
 
Sketchnotes for fun & profit

Hello library friends, So, we’re back from NLS6, and I’ve managed to finally write this post. I could say it was the #NLS6plague that made me miss the 48 hour window of opportunity Garry Conroy-Cooper taught us about during the Librarians We Love panel, or the fact that I was busy creating a zombie horde for UTS more »

 February 25, 2013  Posted by at 11:00 am get involved, your nls6 Tagged with: , , , , ,  No Responses »
Feb 212013
 

Wow, what a show! During the Symposium I tried to attend everything I could- if only I could defy space and time and attend everything. I started off with the workshops. First with Show me the evidence! With Suzanne Lewis which was a great way to understand how libraries should be making decisions. I also more »

 February 21, 2013  Posted by at 11:00 am get involved, your nls6 Tagged with: , , , ,  No Responses »
Feb 202013
 

Looking back over my notes from NLS6 I was overwhelmed by the sheer quantity of quality speakers I got to experience within such a short space of time. So many people presented each with so much to offer. As a student relatively new to library studies this experience was both intimidating and inspiring. I learnt more »

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Feb 192013
 

I didn’t just do my job….I did my job right       Jenica Rogers @ the final keynote of NLS6 Of all the fabulous speakers I listened to over NLS6, it is this statement by Jenica Rogers that has stayed with me in the time that has passed since the conference finished. While I am still an more »

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Feb 132013
 

Chess, releasing a fear of failure, endless possibilities and defining success. Our keynotes this afternoon certainly made us think…..and think real hard about our future and the future of the profession. Don’t wait for a hero. Be the hero. Catch up or re-live the adventure that was embracing change, embracing the future and believing in more »

 February 13, 2013  Posted by at 10:00 am Uncategorized Tagged with: , , , , , ,  No Responses »
Feb 112013
 

We laughed. We were inspired. We are capable of leading the information profession. One-liners like “Be bold with bananas” and “You people have mad skills” will (hopefully) empower us newbies to make the difference we want to see and make throughout our careers. Catch up on the action from day one of the Sixth ALIA more »

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Feb 102013
 

Too much to see in one day? Tried desperately to keep up with yours and the workshop next door? Following from afar? We’ve captured the narrative – tweets and pics – from yesterday’s workshop day so you can catch up on all the action. [View the story “Workshop day @ NLS6” on Storify]

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Feb 082013
 

You are invited to participate in a very brief survey aimed at collecting some anecdotal information from people who feel passionate about the information profession. It is aimed at people already working in, or at students wishing to work in, libraries or related organisations. Further, more in depth, research into this topic is likely to more »

 February 8, 2013  Posted by at 10:00 am Uncategorized No Responses »