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Adelaide 98: Pathways to knowledge

Workshop sessions

Monday 26 October 1998 3:30 - 5:00 pm


Name/s of presenter
Institution name
Name of session
Description
Session code

Heather Fisher
Gosford City Library
Putting some 'snap, crackle and pop' into children's services: programming for children's and young adults' librarians
For children and teenagers it is not enough to provide excellent client service and administer the best collection of printed matter, media format and technological sources of information which can be mustered. Children's facilitators have to be missionaries with a mania for marketing to succeed in getting this client group through the door of the library and then having them return.
3:30 - 5:30pm
WS M3
Abstract

Felicity Williams
NT Library Service
The effect of the Internet on rural library and information services
What difference does the Internet make to the library service in a remote, isolated or rural area? What must we, as library workers, put into place in the future to ensure that our clients in these areas are not disadvantaged in the library and information arena?
3:30 - 5:30pm
WS M5
Abstract

Brenda Hausia, Jackie Huggins, Neva WilsonLibrary and information needs of Australian indigenous clients today and in the 21st Century3:30 - 5:30pm
WS M7
Abstract


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