SLASA Conference: Leading and Managing Change – Opportunities and Challenges
Date: Friday 17 July 2015
Venue: International Visualisation Centre, 19–27 Young St, Adelaide
Wilma Kurvink, College Head Library and Information Services, Wesley College, Melbourne
Wilma was a teacher and curriculum leader of many years' experience in disadvantaged school settings, before qualifying in librarianship.
While working at Wesley College she completed a Masters degree in organisational development. She leads the library service across three campuses and in the design and promotion of innovative reading programs, service and information delivery.
She has presented at many professional forums such as International Association of School Librarianship (IASL) Conference 2006, The Ithaca Project Work-in-Progress Conference 2006 and 2007, VALA 2008, Action Learning Action Research Association (ALARA) National Conference 2009, Libraries Australia Forum 2013, Curriculum21's Virtual Global CMI 2014.
She will be speaking at this year's Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) Conference in San Diego, California on the topic New Narratives for School Media Centers: Literacy, Technology, and Cultural Change.
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