Graduate Programs

I’m not sure about other Australian states but here in Tasmania library jobs are far and few. As a recent Masters graduate, I have been applying for graduate programs within various Commonwealth government departments. This involves going onto their websites to apply. The following are links of the government departments I recently applied for: Department…

Olivetti typewriters, funk music and a sexy voice @ Information Online

Attending the ALIA Information Online has been a truly mind-opening experience for me. It has made me realised that there has never been a better and more exciting time to be part of the information industry than right now! It has not only given me the insight on what is happening with digital information in…

My NLS6: A different production

Well we pulled it off ~ and very successfully at that! It’s been a blast being part of theĀ 6th New Librarians Symposium (NLS6) crew. Here we all are at the end of the symposium BBQ ~ all seemingly tired but very happy. I know it sounds corny but I really miss this great bunch of…

My Conference schedule – NLS6 & Information Online

Two more days until I fly out to Brisbane to help my fellow NLS6 organising committee members and colleagues deliver the best symposium EVER! I can’t believe it’s finally here! I will also be attending the ALIA Information Online, which immediately follows NLS6 so there will be a mixture of work, networking and FUN! I’ve…

Just a piece of paper or is it more than that?

On December 12, 2012 I attended my graduation at Charles Sturt University in Wagga Wagga. I now hold a Master of Information Studies. I do not in any way degrade university degrees or my ability to gain one but I do wonder if we’re churning out so many of these nowadays that they are becoming…