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ASRA, IAML & PASIG Joint 2011 Conference

"Raising the Standards"
National Library in Canberra,
23rd to 25th November, 2011

Because standards matter -
whether you depend on them, invent them, break them, or bend them.

Preliminary 2011 Program

ASRA, IAML & PASIG Joint Conference

The 2011 ASRA Conference will be a joint conference with
IAML Australia
Australian Branch of the International Association of Music Libraries,
Archives and Documentation Centres
Performing Arts Heritage Special Interest Group of Museums Australia


3 Day Summary

Day 1 - ASRA Technical Seminar. ASRA’s tech sessions are famous for sharing knowledge and helping to raise the standard of audiovisual technical activities for collections throughout Australasia. Papers and demonstrations should illustrate the application of technical standards in practice.

Day 2 - Celebrating world audiovisual heritage day we will have joint plenary sessions which will include the conference keynote; the annual Alice Moyle Lecture on Indigenous collections; and sessions focussing on the shared interests of all three conference partners: ASRA, IAML Australia and PASSIG.

Day 3 - Three parallel programs will address the special interest of each conference partner. ASRA’s program will provide a variety of perspectives on the role of standards in the activities and aspirations of our constituency.


Conference Dinner

To be held on Thursday 27th November at 7pm, join your colleagues at the Conference Dinner which will include the presentation of the 2011 ASRA Award for Excellence.

Booking for dinner is included on the Registration Form

If you have any specific dietary requirements please contact Conference Convener.


Membership Renewal

Be sure to renew your membership, to get a registration fee discount and your free copy of the ASA Journal publication.



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