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Introducing GLAMRmatch - A Co-Lab Initiative

Based on the principles of reciprocity and knowledge-sharing, the WA chapters of ALIA Students and New Graduates Group, Australian Society of Archivists, and Curtin University Information Studies Group (CURTIS) are piloting a one-on-one networking experience.

Are you an established GLAMR practitioner? Or A GLAMR student, recent graduate, early career professional, or practitioner that is considering changing career streams?

Are you interested in learning about the workplace practices of another GLAMR stream?  Are you willing to share your knowledge about your:
> Workplace
>  Professional experiences, or
>  Education

Our aim is to create a connection between two people, one that provides an opportunity for both to learn a little bit about the other person’s current work or recent studies.

The concept is simple:
  • 1 hour meet-up with no ongoing commitment for either party
  • Established practitioners to provide a guided tour of their GLAMR facility
  • Visiting GLAMR students/professionals to share recent learnings, motivations or sectoral experiences

Express your interest in taking part now by filling out the survey:

If you have any questions, please contact: 

About Jessica Pietsch | ALIA WA State Manager

Jessica Pietsch | ALIA WA State Manager
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