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2018 SPUN Conference, Save the Date

This year the conference is in Sydney from Wednesday November 21 through to Friday November 23.

 This year’s conference will be around the theme of ‘Integration’, and we are delighted to announce that we will be offering our SPUN conference in co-location with Civica’s Local Government user conference. We will be looking at integrating parts of the conference and hope to be able to offer you some special events that Civica will be hosting in addition to our usual training and user presentation features. If you would like to do a presentation or have some requirements for the training sessions, do let a member of Executive know.

 SPUN also conducts its’ AGM during the conference, and this year Executive will be tabling an updated constitution in addition to a number of Executive positions becoming vacant, including President, Secretary and ordinary member, so think about becoming involved in SPUN.

 This year’s conference will be held at the Novotel Many Pacific to cater for the larger conference groups. The hotel’s website is available at http://www.novotelmanlypacific.com.au/ and accommodation details will be available in due course. We look forward to seeing you all in Manly.

Welcome to the online home of SPUN - Spydus Users Network Inc

SPUN Spydus Users Network (Incorporated in NSW) is a very active member-run user group with regular meetings and an annual conference. Members are from all types libraries across Australia and overseas. The elected SPUN Executive members run the organisation on a volunteer basis. 

 

SPUN Membership is open to licensed users of Spydus,
see the Membership page for information on joining.

 

The 2018 SPUN Conference was in Manly, Nov 21-23 

 

The SPUN Email Discussion list is a very active place for discussion. 

 

SPUN is an association that aims to:

  • provide its members with channels to gather and disseminate information about the Spydus software system

  • to liaise with the vendors of Spydus (Civica) on matters of interest to the group

  • to liaise with other computer system user groups in Australia and overseas

  • to promote co-operation between members and other appropriate organisations

  • to provide a forum for co-operative ventures. 

 


Spydus is a library/information management system developed in Australia.
For further information visit the Civica site.