Webinar: How to write a conference proposal

10:00am Friday, 28 September 2018
11:00am Friday, 28 September 2018
National , Australian Capital Territory 2600

Need help with writing your first conference abstract? Want to polish up your skills?

Museums Galleries Australia is hosting a 1-hour webinar on Conference proposal writing at 10am AEST on Friday 28 September. Covering the best tips and skills when developing a proposal and what not to do when writing and submitting your proposal. With the MGA Conference 2019 Call for abstracts now open, this is a great opportunity to brush up on your skills, or learn some new ones. With wonderful speakers,  

Jade Koekoe: Jade currently works at Melbourne Museum and is growing her business Misskoko as a Career Coach and Digital Marketing Consultant. Having caught the speakers bug Jade has presented at several local events in Canberra and Melbourne, at the New Librarians Symposium and plans on tackling the big GLAM conferences in future. Today, Jade will give some first timers tips for writing an abstract and presenting at conferences. You can connect with Jade here: 

Twitter: https://twitter.com/misskokolib
LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/misskokothelibrarian/
YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCLHqIx7ybWx1bXLjfS4B4kQ

Dr Lynda Kelly: Dr Lynda Kelly is Director of LyndaKellyNetworks, a consultancy specialising in audience research, digital production and learning/education across the cultural sector and government. Dr Kelly has been working in the museum industry since 1987. Dr Kelly has a comprehensive knowledge of audiences, learning, digital technologies, and is widely published and has presented at numerous conferences, seminars and events. You can connect with Lynda here:

Twitter: https://twitter.com/lyndakelly61
Email: lyndakelly61@gmail.com  
Website: https://lyndakellynetworks.com/  


Members: $17

Non-Members: $25

To register for the event click here

Contact Information

Lucinda Davison

For all enquiries please contact the Museums Galleries Australia National Office, or Lucinda Davison, National Professional Development Coordinator.

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