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Icebreaker/NLS6/ALIA Information Online Report Back Session

Date: Wednesday 27th Feb
Time: 5.30pm for a 6pm start
Venue: SLWA - Great Southern Room
Event: Icebreaker / NLS6/ALIA Info Online report back
Cost: ALIA member $5; Non-member $8; Student: Gold coin donation
Nibbles and drinks provided
RSVP: Fill out this form: ALIAWest

Frank Flintoff:
Currently studying for her Masters of Information Management at Curtin, Frank works as an Audio Producer/Librarian at the Dr. Geoff Gallop Braille and Talking Book Library, where most of her time is spent cataloguing. Being a producer of Audio Books also means having to listen to parts of them - so she is often producing odd requests, and suffering from overexposure to erotic fiction.  She is carefully considering turning all this craziness into a real-life piece of research ("Implementing Dewey Table 8: Improving information retrieval and user experience in Libraries through extended cataloguing processes"), and is never afraid to consider that the ridiculous might actually be possible.  ASL 26/f/Perth, Mum of two human(ish) children and all-round Nerd.

Tamara Capper:
Tamara completed a Bachelor’s degree in Graphic Design as well as a Graduate Diploma in Information Services. She is currently a Reference and Information Services Librarian at Murdoch University and studying for her Masters Degree in Information Architecture, and is also a committed member of ALIAWest and a Regional Coordinator for New Grad committee.  Tamara has worked in the Family Planning WA Library, Greening Australia Library and ECU library, during this time she managed to travel and lead an active social life.  She loves going to the gym, spending time with her family and heading out to restaurants with friends. 

Ghylène Palmer:
Ghylène is currently the Manager of Library Client Services at Murdoch University Library.  She is the Marketing & PR person for ALIAWest and has been on several library committees throughout her library career including working groups, peer reviewing of papers, conference subcommittees and mentoring.  She has had experience working in a specialised, a school and a public library and is enjoying facing new challenges in an academic library.  Apart from libraries, Ghylène has a passion for health, food and other cultures and their languages. 

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