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Registration for RLL1 Symposium

The LIANZA Research SIG welcomes registrations for the one day RLL1 symposium, 
Research by Librarians for Librarians

Friday 27 May 2016  |  Programme  |  Registrations NOW CLOSED

Mihi Whakatau 8.50am | Presentations 9am - 4.30pm

Registrations are now closed. Thank you everyone for your interest in using research to improve practice in libraries. We look forward to seeing everyone on the day discussing how to build a culture of research to support service delivery in the library and information science sector.

from the RLL1 Committee

Registration fees
LIANZA registration fee is extended to members of Te Rōpū Whakahau, NZLLA, and ALIA.

To qualify for the Research SIG fee you need to be a member of the Research SIG at the time of registration  - contact the LIANZA office

Final day for early bird registration |  Friday 22 April 2016  - CLOSED
Final day for standard registration | Monday 16 May 2016 - CLOSED

2016

Early Bird 
CLOSED

Standard 
23 April - 16 May 

Student 
last day 16 May

Non-member

$110

$120

$60

LIANZA or affiliated organisation member

$90

$100

$60

Research SIG member

$75

$85

$60

  • A ‘student’ is anyone studying for a library and information management qualification.
  • Cancellations will be accepted with a full refund up to midnight on 8 May, after which there will be no refund for a cancellation.

Venue
Auckland University of Technology | Sir Paul Reeves Building | WG308 | City Campus |Auckland 

Parking
Options include Auckland Transport parking or  the University of Auckland Owen Glenn Building, 12 Grafton Road.

Accommodation
Check out Trivago and Booking for hotel deals in Auckland.

Food and beverage
As part of the registration fee, you will enjoy pre-symposium freshly brewed coffee, tea, and juice, plus morning and afternoon teas, and lunch.
Please indicate when registering whether you have special dietary requirements.

Our objective
Come to the symposium to hear presentations by professionals like you, who have used research methods to uncover information about their customers and used it to improve the effectiveness of their services. This is not an ‘academic’ event, but one for sharing information amongst librarians and information professionals.

We define ‘research’ broadly to mean any investigation or evaluation that uses structured methods to collect and analyse data to answer a specific question.

The aim of this symposium is to boost the use of research amongst information professionals so that decisions will be based upon sound, empirical data.

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