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Newsletter No.9 (November 1987)

Contents: 7th Biennial Medical Librarians' Conference report; GRATIS/GRATISQ/GRATISSA meeting; 1987 AGM; photographs from the conference; Anne Harrison award 1987; National Minimum Standards for Hospital Libraries; vote for name change to Health Libraries Section.
Original document held in ALIA House, Canberra.
 

Newsletter No.8 (March 1987)

Contents: Greetings from the National Executive, includes photograph of Stephen Cramond, Julie Freund, Lindsay Harris, Jan Heath, Chris O'Loughlin, Barbara Miskelly, Elisabeth Gatehouse; 7th Australian Biennial Medical Librarians' Conference, 13th-17th September, Adelaide including programme highlights - Fiona Mackay Picken, Dr Julie Virgo, Dr Norman Swan, Margaret Gibson-Smith, Bert Pribac, Roberta Atwell, Peter Saunders; conference steering committee photograph - Jan Heath, Nerida Wilkinson, Margie Russon, Robyn Painter, Barbara Miskelly, Elisabeth Gatehouse, Julie Hooke; Anne Harrison aw

Newsletter No.6 (May 1986)

Contents: National Executive Committee office bearers: Jan Heath, Lindsay Harris, Barbara Miskelly, Stephen Cramond, Chris O'Loughlin, committe members: Elisabeth Gatehouse, Julie Freund, Jan Stokes; 7th biennial Australian Medical Librarian's Conference 13th-17th September 1987; 1986 LAA Biennial Conference, Darwin; hospital standards; Anne Harrison fund; Awards: LAA Letter of Recognition to Elisabeth Gatehouse; news on union lists; South Australian Central Medical Library; course in medical librarianship; transfer of nursing education.

Newsletter No.5 (December 1985)

Contents: Election of the National Executive Committee 1986, South Australia, office bearers: Jan Heath, Elisabeth Gatehouse, Lindsay Harris, Barbara Miskelly, Stephen Cramond, Julie Freund, Nerida Wilkinson, Jan Stokes, Chris O'Loughlin; conferences: report of the 6th Biennial Australian Medical Librarians' Conference 25th-29th August 1985; 5th International Congress on Medical Librarianship, Tokyo, 30th September- 4th October 1985; transfer of basic nursing education from hospitals to Colleges of Advanced Education; news from the president; hospital standards committee; membership; 1986 B

Newsletter No.4 (July 1985)

National Executive Committee office bearers: Joan Martin, Sandra Russell, Barbara Jacoby; committee members: Enid Meldrum, Anne Parkhowell, Jo Marshall, Mary McGill, Aina Zalitis; conference news; standards for hospital libraries; corporate plan and review.

Original document held in ALIA House, Canberra.

Newsletter No.3 (November 1984)

Contents: Meetings, conference programme outline for 6th Biennial Conference 25th-29th August 1985; IFLA world list of biological and medical science libraries; news from State meetings; National Executive office bearers: Joan Martin, Sandra Russell, Barbara Jacoby; committee members: Anne Parkhowell, Jo Marshall, Mary McGill, Aina Zalitis.
Original document held in ALIA House, Canberra.

Newsletter No.2 (July 1983)

Contents: National Committee; Australian Medical Libraries' 5th Biennial Conference steering committee: Ingrid Sims, Cheryl Hamill, Ethel Horner, Barabara Proud, Sue Bolton, Anne Le Fevre; sectional groups office bearers: New South Wales: John Holgate, Frances Aitken, Shirley McGlynn; South Australia: Elizabeth Gatehouse, Pamela Griffiths, Barbara Miskelly; Victoria: Susan Liepa, Aina Zalitis, Judith Quilter; Western Australia: Ethel Horner, Rita Higham, Denis Kelly.
Original document held in ALIA House, Canberra.

Newsletter, No.1 (February 1982)

Contents: National Committee: Brenda Heagney, John Holgate, Sue Brockway, Frances Aitken, George Franki, Douglas Hunt, Shirley McGlynn;  membership; sectional groups: New South Wales inaugual meeting planning; Victorian group council: Joan Martin, Judith Quilter, Sue Hill, Anne McLean, Sandra Russell; Western Australian group office bearers: Ann Gillett, Eff Horner. Denis Kelly; committee members: June Rider-Jones, Gillian Smith, Maureen Nilson; South Australian group: Julie Hooke, Mary Jones, Elizabeth Gatehouse; activities for 1982.

Targeting, tailoring, timing: how the smaller regional Victorian TAFE's are changing to meet the needs of HE students studying in their regions together

ALIA National 2014 Conference, 15-19 September 2014 Melbourne : together we are stronger
This conference papeer explains how the Dual Sector Partnership (DSP) Project was set up to deliver HE programs to regional students through their own local TAFE Institutes. The model of blended delivery allowed the students to study online but keep a  local connection with lecturers and support staff based at their home institutes. Many students articulated into the degree programs from TAFE diplomas.

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