Language Resources at the State Library of Western Australia: Free PL

The State Library of Western Australia is celebrating the launch of the languages materials developed in collaboration with the Office of Multicultural Interests as part of the Sharing Our Multicultural Heritage – many cultures, many languages project by holding a free professional learning event for community language and modern language teachers. (Some of the MLTAWA conference attendees have already had a little sneak peek!)

As part of the launch you will be shown how to access free online guides for Languages teaching resources, provided with a presentation of support materials and given opportunities to network. Refreshment is provided.

When? Thursday, 9 August 2018 from 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm (AWST)

Where? State Library of Western Australia, 25 Francis Street, Perth, WA 6000

Registration? Through Eventbrite Click here

Photographs from the project resources. Courtesy SLWA.

3 thoughts on “Language Resources at the State Library of Western Australia: Free PL

  1. Nicki Sharpe 31/07/2018 at 18:00 - Reply

    Is it all possible that a similar event could happen in rural libraries for language centres further afield?

    • Hi Nicki. The MLTAWA didn’t organise this event but I will forward on your inquiry to the organizers from the State Library of WA. The Heritage Collection that was showcased last Thursday is all digitalised so anyone can access it via the SLWA website (Languages section). Also we were able to peruse the amazing collection of community language resources at the library. But these can be loans through any of the suburban and regional libraries if you are a member. You should hear from someone from the SLWA soon!

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