Last week saw a horde of librarians descend on Brisbane for ALIAAccess. This is the conference you have when you are not having an IFLA conference. Some of us were unable to attend, although we enjoyed the tweets, or had a left-behind party to console ourselves.
The tweets were great, but I’m ready for some more substantial reflections on the event. I put out a tweet this morning and got a few links which led to:
- ADHD Librarian — My (first) library camp reflections and ALIA Access day one part one session one part one one one and ALIA Access tour day
- Bruce’s Friday Distractions Bulletin — My take on ALIAAccess – Librarycats
- the-Story Space — #ALIAAccess 2010 Brisbane
And of course Kim Tairi posted here at Libraries Interact on Day 1 on Information Literacy session.
Please add a link to your blog post in the comments when you publish your blog posts. I’m looking forward to reading them.
On a side note, it was interesting revisiting the comments back when the Brisbane IFLA event was cancelled. A call out to those who commented back then, and attended ALIAAccess2010. How did the alternative event measure up to some of the ideas that were floated back then?