Monday, April 03, 2006

Librarians Writing For Publication Workshop by Research Education & Training Interest Group Workshop

RETIG (Research, Education and Training Interest Group) Western Cape presents:

Librarians writing for publication

At the 2005 LIASA National Conference RETIG Session a call was made to encourage innovative research by librarians.

Western Cape RETIG, through this workshop, aims to provide librarians from all types of libraries with enough information to go out and show the world of research that librarians can do it too! Would you like to see your paper published in LIASA-IN-TOUCH or the Cape Librarian? Join us and learn how.


8.30 am Tea & register

9.00 am Welcome. Marilyn Smith & Jean Uys (UCT)

9.15 am Research and the practicing librarian.
Gavin Davis (Department of Library and Information Science UWC)

10.15 am Writing for publication. What reviewers look for?
Karin de Jager (CIL (Centre for Information Literacy) UCT)

11.00 – 11.15 am TEA

11.15 am Writing support
Lucia Thesen (CHED (Centre for Higher Education Development) UCT)

11.45 am Discussion
Genevieve Hart (Department of Library and Information Science UWC)

There will be a membership table at the event for those who would like to join or renew their LIASA membership

Full membership: R180.00
Interest Group membership: R95.00

The Chancellor Oppenheimer Library
in The ULWAZI Training Room, UCT Libraries

Tuesday 25th April 2006

LIASA members R30
Non-members R40

Only on receipt of proof of payment will attendance be confirmed.

Please deposit or ETF to the LIASA Western Cape Account at FNB.
Account number: 50251139760
Branch name: Paarl
Branch Code: 200110
Reference: Research and your surname
Please fax deposit slip to 021-689-7569 for attention Jean Uys.

RSVP to Jean Uys.
Tel. (021) 650 3119
by 18 April 2006l

1 comment:

international professors project said...

Dear Colleagues,
We are creating an internationally- and regionally-focused cadre of university librarians.

We are a higher education development project, currently all-volunteer noprofit 501 c 3 US higher education corporation, a charity.

We are negoiting with AAU in Ghana to send free journal articles, as we are a charity. They are interested, but thus far it has taken them three months to begin the simple negoitiation's final stage... All we are trying to do is to give away free journal articles through volunteers searching via open source databases and search engines... We will wait for a reply another two months, that will make six months that we first wrote to them. By November 29th we will withdraw if they do not get their ducks in a row.

We mainly wish to send journal articles to university libraries, via electronic transmission as we do in Asia. Can also send using our volunteer students to VPAA's Deans and Chairs, thousands of papers, electronically.

This is a courtesy missive to tell you that we mean well and have tried. It would be our pleasure to send papers to yahoo and google inboxes.