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Heleni Linton Bursary 2017

This Bursary was established in memory of Heleni Linton, an outstanding librarian also worked for Ernst and Young Hong Kong was tragically killed in an air crash in 1991. A memorial account was later established from funds donated by Ernst and Young, by colleagues, and by friends. From December 1992, interest accrued to the account has been used to award a modest annual bursary bearing her name. The beneficiary receivers the bursary at a ceremony held every year at the association's annual general meeting.

The bursary is awarded on a competitive basis in full or part-time students of library and information science to assist in their studies. It might help with course fees, short sabbaticals, research materials costs, conference attendance, and the like. Applications for the Bursary, which amounts to HK$5,000, will be assessed by considering the potential applicability and contribution of the proposal to library and information science in our region and the likely impact of the Bursary on the career of the applicant. More details can be found from the HKLA website at http://www.hkla.org/content/blogcategory/55/80/lang,english/

Applications for the Bursary can be made by completing the application form which is available online athttp://www.hkla.org/Education_Awards/Heleni_Linton_Bursary/2017/application_form_HLB.doc

Please send completed applications by post to Ms Helen Chan, Education and Training Officer, The Hong Kong Library Association, PO Box 10095, GPO, Hong Kong, by the 10th October 2017 (Tuesday). Additional materials in support of an application can accompany the application form. Please note that each applicant can only apply for one HKLA scholarship or award within the same year.

 

Hong Kong Library Association Biennial Award 2018

This award was established by the Hong Kong Library Association in 2010. The Association is committed to provide comprehensive professional support to its members. This Award is hence set up to address the professional development needs of eligible Full Members of the Association who are practicing at paraprofessional to middle professional levels in the library and information fields. Through this Award, the Association will support the professional development of the awardees, such as conference or workshop attendances, overseas professional visits, preparation of a scholarly publication or any professional activities, etc., which are otherwise unlikely to be sponsored by their employers, nor by the other scholarships or awards currently offered by the Association. Details of the Award can be found from the HKLA website at http://www.hkla.org/content/blogcategory/55/80/lang,english/

Application form of the Award is available at http://www.hkla.org/Education_Awards/Biennial_Award/2018/application_form_HKLA_Biennial_Award.doc

Deadline for application will be announced in 2018. For enquiries, please contact the Ms Helen Chan, Education and Training Officer, The Hong Kong Library Association, by phone: 2346-1033; email: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it . Additional materials in support of an application can accompany the application form. Please note that each applicant can only apply for one HKLA scholarship or award within the same year.

 
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Treasures of the National Library of Scotland Print E-mail
English Lecture:  Treasures of the National Library of Scotland
Speaker:  Dr Darryl Mead, Deputy National Librarian of the National Library of Scotland 

Date: 7 April 2014 (Mon) 
Time: 6:30 pm - 8:00pm 
Venue: Activity Room 1, Hong Kong Central Library 
Organiser: Hong Kong Library Association 
Venue supported by Leisure and Cultural Services Department 

Biography of Dr Darryl Mead 
Dr Darryl Mead has been the Deputy National Librarian at the National Library of Scotland since late 2011. His career has focused on change management in medium-sized cultural organisations in Australia and Scotland. After an earlier roles in archaeology, museums and art galleries, Darryl joined the National Library of Scotland in 2008 to establish joint back-office services with the National Galleries of Scotland. He is interested in using evidenced-based analysis to understand and improve the effectiveness of libraries. Current projects include establishing effective electronic legal deposit, developing the National Library's digital strategy, setting up Sound Scotland - the national sound archive, and building a new digital library in Glasgow. 
 
About the talk 
The National Library of Scotland is the world's leading centre for the study of Scotland and the Scots. It is also a major European research library, with collections of world-class importance. The collections date back 325 years and now include over 24 million printed and manuscript items. This talk will introduce some of the Library's great treasures including the Guttenberg Bible as well as private letters, manuscripts and other correspondence from such great historical figures as Jane Austen, Lord Byron, Sir Walter Scott, Benjamin Disraeli, Herman Melville, Charles Darwin, David Livingstone, Thomas Carlyle, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Edith Wharton. Scottish treasures will include the original Rules of Golf and the poetry of Robert Burns. 
 
 
 
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