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Natalia Huber

Natalia is the company’s Vision Leader (i.e. Business Manager). She is passionate about re-imagining education for the Library and Information Services (LIS) sector, and delivering that vision. Natalia has over 9 years of experience working in adult learning, particularly from an organisational development and psychology perspective. She specialises in innovation, strategy development and delivery, blended learning solutions, and engaging adult learning experiences. Her greatest passion is helping people realise their passions for whatever they are or want to be doing. She is a crazy cat lady (with only two cats… but she’s working on it), and loves travelling and experiencing new cultures. Natalia loves libraries because they are magical places for the imagination. Libraries are places where you are illuminated with new ideas, thoughts, stories and journeys. They provide access to life-long learning, and in her eyes, that is what this crazy life is about. She reads mainly non-fiction and professional development books, but her favourite book is Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen. She also has a (secret) soft spot for Edward The Emu, by Sheena Knowles.

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Get to know: Billy – Company hound aka Team Supervisor

Billy, born on the 1st January 2005, started life as a pup with an identity crisis. In his mind, he is a human who happens to wear a fur coat. He never quite got the memo that he is a dog, and his family have never quite had the heart to tell him...

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SMART Tables – The New Blackboards

When I was a little girl, starting school, I would marvel at my teacher’s skills and abilities to use coloured chalk to create intricate artworks on the blackboard.  People, animals and landscapes would all begin to emerge from the blackness.  Can...

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The Top 10 Skills Required for a Successful Library and Information Services Career

In a rapidly changing environment, it is critical that Library and Information Services (LIS) workers are equipped with the right skills to not only get the job done, but to excel and contribute to the wider organisation’s success. Some of these...

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“Devout Irreverence” – A summary of the Library Innovations Forum @ SLQ Part 1

In late March 2015, the State Library of QLD hosted its Library Innovations Forum – an annual forum for exploring the latest innovations, ideas and trends for the Library and Information Services (LIS) sector.

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10 Tips to Find the Right Course or Study Program

There are numerous big decisions we have to make in life, and selecting the right course for study is one of them. It can be a daunting process at the best of times, especially for those who have little-to-no experience in the Library and...

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Get to know: Natalia Huber – Business Manager

I was born to Polish parents, and grew up on Sydney’s north shore. As a youngster, I was passionate about ballet, and was busy dancing, playing tennis, swimming, karate, piano, chess and anything else I could possibly do! At age 12, I decided to...

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Three reasons to be on LinkedIn now

LinkedIn is an online social networking platform dedicated for professionals to make them more connected, networked and successful. LinkedIn has 330 million active members in over 200 countries, and it is growing faster than any other social...

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Leadership and Vision for Library and Information Services

Leadership is required to steer a ship to its desired location. Whilst the pathway can vary and change, in the end, the destination remains constant. This destination, is the organisation’s vision. The pathway, is the organisational strategy and...

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The Quirky Quest of the Curious QR Codes

Bernard Silver was the first person to envision a world with an automated checkout, way back in 1948. Could he possibly have foreseen how his 1D (one-dimensional) barcode could have evolved into the myriad of different forms we have today? I image...

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