Queensland Public Libraries Association is an independent body made up of members from Rural and Independent Library services across the state.
QPLA partners with State Library of Queensland and other national bodies to ensure libraries in Queensland continue to grow and develop. It uses its website, a regular newsletter and frequent emails to maintain contact with library staff and host PD events and a biannual conference to provide access to high-quality learning and networking experiences.
Is your library service a member? If not, consider signing up and enjoy the benefits of a strong network base stretching across Queensland.
The organizing committee for the 8th International Evidence Based Library and Information Conference is pleased…Read More 13-14 August 2015 – IFLA Public Libraries Satellite, Cape Town
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