The State Library of Western Australia has produced a very useful publication Creating and keeping your digital treasures: a user guide and I ended up largely following its recommendations.
What does SLWA stand for?
SLWA stands for State Library of Western Australia
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At the time of publication the State Library of Western Australia has begun to address these issues in a number of ways.
His panel included: * Simon Chambers, project manager for the Australian Music Centre's online initiative since 2004, with an honors degree in communications and post-graduate work in project management; * Kylie Black, a cellist and music digitization specialist at the State Library of Western Australia, with an undergraduate degree in musicology, and a graduate diploma in information and library studies; * Emma Sekuless, a singer who has recently become a curatorial assistant in music and dance at the National Library of Australia--her BA is in Australian history, and she will soon begin her postgraduate degree in information services.
After retiring from the Library Board, Kay worked tirelessly during 2008 and 2009 to see the State Library of Western Australia Foundation become a reality, including serving on the inaugural Board as Company Secretary.
With this background and recognising a gap in current services to children provided in Western Australia, the State Library of Western Australia (SLWA) developed Better Beginnings, a universal family literacy program that targets children aged 0-3 years and their families.
14) Better beginnings The State Library of Western Australia has developed Better beginnings, an early intervention family literacy program that targets children aged 0-3 years in partnership with mining company Rio Tinto and local governments in Western Australia.
In response to this research the State Library of Western Australia has developed Better beginnings, an early intervention family literacy program that targets children aged 0-3 years.
Staff at the State Library of Western Australia recognised the value of these programs in fostering a positive attitude towards books, libraries and reading and in developing young children's literacy skills, as well as modelling a positive reading experience to parents.