Congratulations to our bursary winners!
The NLS8 organising committee are happy to announce three bursaries have been awarded for the 2017 New Librarians’ Symposium.
Nathan Sentance (Wiradjuri/NSW) has been awarded the NLS8 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Bursary, sponsored by the NLS8 organising committee.
Kylie Burgess (QLD) and Jess McDonald-Norman (NSW) have been awarded a student bursary each, sponsored by the International Librarians Network (ILN) and Mylee Joseph.
Congratulations Nathan, Kylie and Jess! We look forward to seeing you in Canberra. And a big thank you to Mylee Joseph and the ILN for sponsoring the student bursaries.
Our friends at the ALIA New Generation Advisory Committee are offering a bursary to attend NLS8! All early career LIS professionals are invited to apply. Applications close 31 March 2017.
New generation students and information professionals are invited to create a record of your thoughts – in any format you like – about where the Library and Information world will be in 2037.
The winning entry will be included in a time capsule, to be opened on ALIA’s 100th birthday.
Entries can be physical or digital and in any creative format, such as text, drawing, music, video, games or crafts. The more creative the better, no holes barred!
To enter, and for terms and conditions, head to https://alianewgrads.wordpress.com/2017/02/06/nls8-bursary-competition-now-open/