Schools Catalogue Information Service (SCIS) aims to provide schools with access to a database of consistent catalogue records created according to agreed national standards, in order to reduce the cost and duplication of effort of cataloguing resources in schools. Since its inception, SCIS has been responsible for improving the quality and consistency of cataloguing materials for schools.
The Aurealis awards were established in 1995 to celebrate and promote the best in Australian science fiction, fantasy and horror. The winners of the 2014 awards were announced in Canberra on April 11, and you can find a selection of these below. Congratulations to all! Live long and prosper.
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SCIS Authority Files updated
SCIS Authority Files deliver the optimal search experience for staff and students by providing cross-references amongst our authorised list of Names and Subject Headings.
We have released a new version of SCIS Authority Files for April 2015. If you are subscribed to Authority Files you can download them from our Authority Files page.
Professional Learning in Term 2, 2015
SCIS will be hosting a range of webinars over the course of Term 2, including: An Introduction to SCIS; SCIS Basic; SCIS Online; and Searching and Selection.
We will also be travelling to Queensland in May to host three workshops on Making the Most of SCIS.
For full details and booking instructions, visit our professional learning page.
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