Archive for the ‘Brisbane Info’ Category

After conference function

30/08/2010

ALIA Sydney Library Folk in the Pub (LFIP) together with IAML Australia (the Australian Branch of the International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation Centres) invite all library workers, and those otherwise in the industry , to join members of these two groups for a post-conference event (whether or not attending on of these).
September 3rd – 5:30pm – 10:30pm
Location : The Ship Inn        
Stanley St (Cnr Sidon St) Brisbane (link to Google Map page)

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Brisbane Public Transport

27/08/2010

Some useful links for public transport options in Brisbane:

TRANSLink – covers buses, trains and ferries. Has journey planners, timetables and maps

Airtrain – from the Brisbane airport to the city, stops at South Brisbane (closest to conferene venue) and South Bank, and then on to Gold Coast

    What’s on in Brisbane? (besides ALIA Access…)

    27/08/2010

    If you’re arriving early or staying later in Brisbane, here’s a quick checklist of online events guides for Brisbane, and for specific places around the conference venue:

    Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

    24/08/2010

    The Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre has a great location map (downloadable in PDF format) which shows parking, public transport options, cultural venues close by, estimated walking distance to popular places and a hotel index: http://www.bcec.com.au/venue-and-services/location.aspx

    The best dining in Brisbane

    16/07/2010

    Got an opinion? Got any tips? Brisbane is about to host hundreds of interstate and overseas visitors to ALIA  Access 2010 and we want to showcase the best of Brisbane. Restaurants for the conference dinners are set but what about the other nights? We have so many great dining options, but they can be hard for visitors to find.

    If you’d like to contribute to the ALIA Access wiki go to http://www.alia.org.au/events/2010wiki/pmwiki.php
    (You’ll need a login to post; see the wiki for easy instructions)

    See you there!

    Claudia Davies
    Queensland Local Liaison Officer
    Australian Library and Information Association

    Meet the Tweeters

    16/07/2010

    Twitter logoSo you’ve heard all about Twitter and how great it can be to enhance your conference experience, but perhaps you’re still unsure about how to use Twitter, or how to use it to network with people at a conference.

    On the eve of ALIA Access, you have a wonderful opportunity to meet some people who already use Twitter, and who will be full of ideas and enthusiasm to get you going with twittering at the conference.

    All the detail of the ‘tweetup’, can be found on the Libraries Interact blog.

    To get you started with Twitter, check out the Common Craft introduction: