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54/76 11 August 1976

INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL LIBRARIANS SEMINAR '

School librarians from all Australian States and from 12 Asian «nH

Pacific .nations are to hold a four-day seminar in Perth from Saturday.

It will be the first regional seminar to be held by UNESCO in Perth.

Tomorrow and Friday, the overseas delegates will be visiting schools

in the metropolitan area, including Carine and Perth Modern Senior

High Schools.

The formal sessions of the seminar will be opened by the Commonwealth

. Minister for Education, Senator Garrick, on Friday evening.

Sponsored by the Australian National Commission for UNESCO, with

assistance from UNESCO, Paris, the seminar will examine issues in the

provision of school library facilities and the training of school

·library staff. .

The delegates will attempt to come up with a set of administrative

and developmental guidelines adaptable to the various needs of the

countries represented.

Particular emphasis will be put on the school library options open to

the developing nations of the Asia/Pacific region.

Contact: In Canberra David Green (062) 897414 (w) 480965 (h)

In Perth Frances Maber fa 92) 252411

Laurie Fisher (092) 250501 (Sheraton Hotel)