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FREE STATE BRANCH NEWSLETTER. Vol 13, No 2, 2011. MESSAGE FROM THE BRANCH NEWSLETTER EDITOR : Greetings to all the Free State branch members. winter is finally here!

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Free state branch newsletter

FREE STATE BRANCH NEWSLETTER

Vol 13, No 2, 2011

  • MESSAGE FROM THE BRANCH NEWSLETTER EDITOR:

    • Greetings to all the Free State branch members. winter is finally here!

    • There is nothing exciting in winter as reading a lovely book . We recently celebrated world book day on 23 April and hope to continue to inspire and be inspired by them. Many have probably heard someone saying: “we need to talk” . The book by Jonathan Jansen, We Need to Talk, will warm you throughout this winter season and most importantly, as the saying goes: information is power, it will liberate your mind. Happy reading.

    • The deadline for the next newsletter is 30 June and the third one will be released on 15 July 2011. Together we stand, divided we fall.

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FS PACLIG Diversity Management Workshop by Rina Jansen Van Rensburg

FS PACLIG hosted a Multiculturalism & Diversity Management in the Workplace workshop at Fichardtpark Library on the 3rd and 4th May 2011, presented by Ms Ujala Satgoor. Eighty four librarians and five Teachers from the Free State attend the workshop. The theme Diversity Management in the workplacewas discussed in length between staff from various institutions, positions and cultures. 

The emphasis was to become more aware of our own attitudes, perceptions, and feelings about various aspects of diversity because it is a broad concept which includes people from different backgrounds.  The workshop covered the identities and perspectives that people bring, such as profession, education, gender roles, parental status and geographic location. 

The keywords were workplace, home, employment, diversity, disability inclusion, ethnic, racial and multiculturalism.  In a positive perspective of the workshop, the attendees were satisfied and requested another similar workshop in near future. 

Photo: L t R (Ms Rina Jansen van Rensburg.

Ms Ujala Satgoor – presenter, Ms Ronel JacobsPhotos below and right – some of the delegates

and Ms Margaret Matobako)who attended the workshop

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Boshof Satellite Visit: 19 April 2011 by Annamarie Jonker

The long-awaited visit to the Lejweleputswa ERC (Education Resource Centre) Satellite at Boshof C/S took place on 19 April 2011. It was attended by staff members from FS ERC’s, principals from satellites in other districts and principals of neighbouring schools. The aim was to monitor, observe and experience activities taking place at the Satellite.

Photo below: Mr E Stals (CES: ERC), Mr E v/d Westhuizen Below: Attendees at Boshof Satellite, taking notes

(Boshof C/S), Mr D Nieuwenhuizen (Principal)

Dr A Kobuoe (Lejw ERC), Mr O Jansen (Lejw

ERC), Me A Jonker (Lejw ERC)

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HOT FROM @ TWITTERLAND:

“You heard it here first … On 24 June Oprah Winfrey lands on the campus of the University of the Free [email protected]

The news of the queen of talk, Oprah Winfrey (photo top right) coming to UFS campus on the 24th of June 2011 spread like wild fire in all social networks with many showing nothing but love for the philanthropist, talk show host and the most influential woman in the world. Oprah whose name has, for 25 years, been synonymously linked with her Oprah Show, finally took a bow as she now focuses on the O network. She let the curtain fell in style as she showered her fans with all sorts of gifts and surprises. The 300 fans who attended one of her farewell shows will forever remember her when she said: We are going to Australia! You, you and you….are going to Australia!

Oprah’s love for books saw her establishing a book club that has a membership that transcends all continents. This past December she recommended Charles Dickens (see photo below) books as good for holiday reading. She confessed to a surprised audience that she never read any of the famous author’s collection. Another world renowned author whose book Freedom has just been added to her list of favourite books is Jonathan Franzen.

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BOOK CORNER: EDITOR’S CHOICE

Title:We Need To TalkTitle: Freedom A Novel

Author:Jonathan JansenAuthor:Jonathan Franzen

Title: Soweto 16 June 1976:

Personal accounts of the uprising

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PEOPLE ON THE MOVE

LIASA branch would like to congratulate Mr. Amos Mkam from Central University of Technology (CUT) for obtaining an Honours degree in Library and Information Science at the University of South Africa (UNISA).

Well done!!!

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Thank you a big thank you to all of you who contributed by providing us with your news

Just for giggles…..source unknown

THANK YOU

A big thank you

to all of you who

contributed by providing

us with your news!

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