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Updated 25 September, 2009

Australian Vice-Chancellors' Committee

AVCC Professional Development and Training.

2004 August 9-10 Canberra AVCC Library Conference.  http://www.avcc.edu.au/uni_staff/avcc_prof_develop_training/04library.pdf
 

Queensland University Libraries Office of Cooperation

QULOC Events Calendar

Association for Tertiary Education Management Inc.

ATEM Professional Development
2003 Activities Program for Queensland

CAVAL Collaborative Solutions

Training Calendar
For further information about these courses and the current training program email Eve or Nicole at: training@caval.edu.au

CAVAL TRAINING DISCUSSION LIST: CAV-TRAIN
The CAV-TRAIN discussion list has been developed by CAVAL Training to enable everyone interested in training and continuing professional development (CPD) to:

  • be informed about training schedules and new courses,
  • discuss training outcomes and issues,
  • discuss the pros and cons of specific courses,
  • suggest the development of new courses, recommend trainers and training venues
Web Search Pacific offers both public and customised private workshops. 
  • Power Searching with the Pros

Association of Research Libraries (US)

ARL/OLMS Online Lyceum Courses.
2006 Calendar
2005 Calendar
Frequently Asked Questions

Frye Leadership Institute

The purpose of the Frye Leadership Institute is to develop creative leaders to guide and transform
academic information services for higher education in the twenty-first century. The Institute seeks to bring to tomorrow's higher education leadership the insights and understanding of the issues that will inform this framework, including academic, technology, economic, public policy, student, and constituent-relations dynamics. 

EdNA

EdNA Online Workshops
EdNA Online is running free 90 minute workshops in each state and territory for 'An introduction to new EdNA Online features', 'An introduction to Metadata', and 'Introduction to Metadata Harvesting'

Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA)

Events and conferences.


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