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Pixie Stardust is the Metadata and Special Collections Librarian at Flinders University, where she manages 160 amazing collections and catalogues all the things. Pixie is the Secretary of the SA Library & Information Network (SALIN) and a member of the Australian Society of Archivists (ASA) SA branch committee and the ASA 2019 Conference Committee.
James Wilson is a Reference Librarian at the University of South Australia with experience in Copyright, Acquisitions, Academic Teams and Repository Services. He is also one of the Regional SA Coordinators for ALIA SNGG. James has worked in management roles with Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) and Borders. James has finally found his calling in the Library and Information sector.
As Knowledge Base and Licensing Librarian at the University of South Australia, officially knows it all and spins the wheel for the South Australia Library and Information Network (SALIN).
Is a Library Officer at the State Library of WA in Perth and part of the ALIA West committee. Has a Graduate Diploma in Information and Library Studies, a Bachelor of Communications and Masters of Professional Communications in screen studies.
Is the Family Literacy and Outreach Librarian at Kathleen Syme Library in Carlton. Has a Bachelor of Education, Master of Information Management and is currently completing a Grad Dip in IT.
Works at the Melbourne Athenaeum Library, Victoria’s oldest library. His duties there include cataloguing, managing the library’s website and social media accounts.
Is a Graduate Library Officer at the University of South Australia and has previously worked in primary school libraries. Currently studying the Masters of Library and Information Management at University of South Australia.
Ellen Coates is the Collections Librarian at the Prahran Mechanics’ Institute Victorian History Library. The PMI is a specialist history library and Ellen loves being involved in actively preserving and protecting the history of Victoria. She’s on the committee of ALIA Victoria and Librarians for Refugees. She’s a historian (medieval history nerd) and a writer. She runs the blog Historical Ragbag, and can be found on twitter at @BiblioEll