Wednesday 8 June 2011

Business Research Workshop from our colleagues in the Australian Law Libraries Association

 Our colleagues from the Australian Law Librarians Association have asked us to share this invitation for an upcoming event they have planned for later this month, 
Please note: all enquiries about this event should be directed to the email address below and not ALIA Sydney.

Business Research Workshop
Presented by Heather Carine of Carine Research
We are delighted to invite you to attend a Business Research event presented by Heather Carine of Carine Research
Heather is an experienced Business Researcher with a background as a law librarian, knowledge manager and marketing advisor to professional service firms in Australia and Europe. For over fifteen years, her research has been relied on for business proposals, marketing
initiatives and professional advice.  Heather is a member of the Australian Law Librarians' Association and the Association of Independent Information Professionals.

The presentation will be very interactive and is suitable for new and experienced librarians. It is aimed at those working in law and other corporate sectors, with some helpful, practical tips on finding reliable business information within their budget, as well as developing a research approach that works for quick queries and larger research projects. The presentation will also be an opportunity to review and compare a range of free, pay per use and subscription sources for business research.
Date: Thursday 30 June
Time: 4.00pm-6.00pm
Venue: Minter Ellison, Reception Level 19, Aurora Place, 88 Phillip
Street, Sydney
Cost: $50 ALLA members, $75 non members
Attendance at the workshop will be only be guaranteed once full payment has been received from you. Please note that places are limited so make sure you apply early.
If you'd like to attend I would be grateful if you would please complete and return the attached registration form, indicating your payment method, to Suji Hettiarachchi (ALLA(NSW) Treasurer):

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