2006 in Review

Library of the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) joins the International Nuclear Library Network

Elizabeth MuchaOn 17 November 2006 the Library of the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) joined the International Nuclear Library Network. Elizabeth Mucha, Library Manager, says: I am very much looking forward to discuss in detail the topic of collection development, resources sharing, and provision of library services with network members.


Regional Training Course on the International Nuclear Information System (INIS) 26 - 30 November 2006
Damascus, Syria

Capacity BuildingMrs. Taghrid Atieh, Group Leader, Capacity Building and Liaison Group, INIS and Nuclear Knowledge Management Section, briefed participants on INLN principles, partners, and activities.


Ask a Librarian

Ask a librarian formAs of Monday, 13 November 2006, members of the International Nuclear Library Network (INLN) have access to an "Ask a Librarian" service. Enquiries to the International Nuclear Library Network (INLN) can now be sent by clicking on "Services" and completing the electronic form. A list of "Frequently Asked Questions" will be maintained on a regular basis.


3rd Consultative Meeting of the INIS Liaison Officers
30 October - 1 November 2006
Vienna, Austria

Mrs. Ruth Hahn-Weinert (left)Mrs. Ruth Hahn-Weinert (left), Section Head, IAEA Library, briefed participants of the 33rd Consultative Meeting of the INIS Liaison Officers on INLN principles, partners, and activities.


IAEA 50th General Conference - Side Event Briefings
20 September 2006
Vienna, Austria

Taking the International Nuclear Library Network (INLN) as an example, the Section Head, IAEA Library, briefed participants on the impact of partnerships on a learning organization.


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