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This is not an ivory tower, but it is a hill I am willing to die on: sharing and promoting local history collections [video]

ALIA New Librarians' Symposium 9 (NLS9), 5-7 July 2019 Adelaide: collaborate deviate innovate
 
Recording (MP4 audiovisual) of session on local studies libraries. This session aimed to provide a greater understanding of local studies collections by providing:
 

This is not an ivory tower, but it is a hill I am willing to die on: sharing and promoting local history collections [slides]

ALIA New Librarians' Symposium 9 (NLS9), 5-7 July 2019 Adelaide: collaborate deviate innovate
 
This presentation (PowerPoint slides) supported the talk on local studies libraries. This session aimed to provide a greater understanding of local studies collections by providing:
 

Walk this way: using geolocation for self-guided local history audio walking tours [video]

ALIA New Librarians' Symposium 9 (NLS9), 5-7 July 2019 Adelaide: collaborate deviate innovate
 
Recording (MP4 audiovisual) of session on ‘Echoes’ a GPS triggered audio tour app for smartphones. This session included discussion on the potentials and limitations of using Echoes, and what is needed to get started making your own geolocated local history audio walking tours.

Walk this way: using geolocation for self-guided local history audio walking tours [slides]

ALIA New Librarians' Symposium 9 (NLS9), 5-7 July 2019 Adelaide: collaborate deviate innovate
 
This presentation (PowerPoint slides) supported the talk on ‘Echoes’ a GPS triggered audio tour app for smartphones. This session included discussion on the potentials and limitations of using Echoes, and what is needed to get started making your own geolocated local history audio walking tours.

Deviating with diversity, innovating with inclusion: a call for radical activism in libraries [video]

ALIA New Librarians' Symposium 9 (NLS9), 5-7 July 2019 Adelaide: collaborate deviate innovate
 
Recording (MP4 audiovisual) of session on diversity and inclusion in libraries. Library and information science (LIS) professionals have an essential, catalytic role to play in ensuring that everyone is accepted, valued, cared for, respected and welcomed in libraries. Inclusive librarians create a culture of compassion and care, and ensure that their library facilities, services, programs, collections and technology are designed in a way where everyone feels a sense of belonging.

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