1st - 2nd of July 2004  
William Angliss Institute of TAFE

TAFE Libraries Collaborating for the Future
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The Victorian Association of TAFE Libraries (VATL) is a network of TAFE Institute Libraries, providing expert advice, products and services to its members and clients.

 Collaborating for the future

Dr Dahle Suggett
Dep. Secretary
Office of Learning and Teaching DE&T

Establishing a library in Laos

Amanda Steen 
Bendigo Institute

 Reaching out /Reaching in ( Staff development in a TAFE library)

Cathy Smith
East Gippsland TAFE.

 Strategies for teaching Gen Y

Craig Jennings
Swinburne University, TAFE Division

 AEShareNet (Unlocking IP)

Dennis Macnamara

 Getting started with research at C.I.T : an Information Literacy success story

Lynne Fletcher
Canberra Institute of TAFE

 Flexible learning: Collaborating with Teaching staff

Leonie Pope
Box Hill Institute of TAFE

 Performance Planning

Marion King
Holmesglen Institute

 Library services, Gen X & Gen Y

Penny Braybrook
School of Business Information Technology, RMIT University

 Liaison newsletters - Old Concepts, New Approach

Sarah Cavanagh
Waverley Branch Information Commons, Holmesglen Institute of TAFE

 Researching VET policy and practice for librarians

Sarah Hayman
Manager, Information Services National Centre for Vocational Education Research

 Collaboration and Cooperation Through Consortia. Opportunities For TAFE Libraries

Sue Hencze
Training & Consortia Manager, CAVAL Collaborative Solutions

 AARLIN, Metalib & SFX: Streamlining information

Tony Davies
Swinburne University

 Blurred Boundaries, Mixed Metaphors : Libraries from a Helicopter

Derek Whitehead
OAM: Swinburne University

 Internal and external collaborations: The way of the future.

Sheila Fitzgerald
Executive Director, TAFE frontiers

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