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AGM Minutes 2006

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IT Sig AGM 2006 - Minutes

 

11th October 2006

 

Present: Paul Sutherland (chair), Daphne Dashfield, Timothy Greig, Ruth Lewis, Tim Darlington, Jude Terpstra, Brenda Chawner, Deborah O’Connor, Kevin Moffat, Geoff Kelly and an observer.

 

1. Apologies

 

Peter Kennedy    , John Laurie, Andrew White, Bob Pearson

 

2. Treasurer’s report

 

Paul presented the Treasurer’s report of the accounts for the year ending June 30th 2006 on behalf of John Laurie. The Treasurer’s report was received (Paul Sutherland moved, Tim Darlington seconded) and approved by the meeting.

 

3. Convenor’s report

 

The outgoing convenor, Peter Kennedy    , was unable to attend. His report was received in writing and was accepted by the meeting (Tim Darlington moved, Brenda Chawner seconded).

 

4. 2006/07 committee

 

Nominations were called for, following which it was moved from the chair and approved by the meeting that the following be appointed to the committee:

 

  • Auckland: John Laurie, Bob Pearson – both University of Auckland
  • Wellington: Brenda Chawner (VUW – School of Information Management), Daphne Dashfield (National Library)
  • Christchurch: Paul Sutherland (Christchurch City Libraries), Andrew White (Lincoln University), Peter Kennedy     (University of Canterbury), Ruth Lewis (Landcare Research)
  • Queenstown: Jude Terpstra (Queenstown Lakes District Libraries)
  • John Laurie continues as Treasurer.
  • Paul Sutherland provisionally agreed to be Convenor (confirmed next day).

 

5. Other business

 

There was discussion about what IT-SIG could do in the coming year.

  • Conference sponsorship as per previous years
  • Facilitating regional events (social/sharing what you’re doing)
  • Running workshops

 

 

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