Library and Information Week is celebrated every year in libraries throughout Australia. This year’s theme – “Think outside the Book” – celebrated libraries as places where you can find exactly what you need in a variety of formats.
For the past few years, Hunter TAFE Libraries have run a competition for students, with some great prizes on offer.This year’s competition was bigger and better than ever! Students had to complete a quick quiz to go into the draw to win. We are delighted to announce the lucky winners:
1st Prize – Kindle Touch eReader
Priya Nath (Gosford)
2nd Prize – $100 Co-Op Gift voucher
Wu Guirong (Gosford)
3rd Prize – one of 5 personal VTC subscriptions
Rebecca Gilbert (Gosford), Jamie Brown (Hamilton), Leigh Tulley (Gosford), Jean Morrison (Muswellbrook), Jayra Drummond (Belmont).
4th Prize – a SafeSack backpack
Yanni Scott-davis (Hunter Street)
5th Prize – one of 3 mobile phones
Elizabeth Dickeson (Hamiton), Amy Baker (Glendale), Ouvea Trindade (Newcastle)
6th Prize – a book from Warner Books
Rhiannon Warhurst (Maitland), Kristy Harris (Newcastle), Damien Clark (Glendale), Krystal Herbert (Cessnock), Courtney Ashenden (Newcastle), Vicky Gestrin (Maitland).
Other Prizes Won:
Plantfile Pro software
Emilie Hall (Belmont)
Primal Pictures Anatomy DVDs
Kiera Williams (Maitland)
Dictionary – a winner from each campus
Catherine Scanlon (Belmont), Christine Nicholson (Cessnock), Jeannine O’Riley (Glendale), Napaphan Arnanthigo (Gosford), Elizabeth Dickeson(Hamilton), Jeni Prickett (Hunter Street), Shane Cole (Kurri Kurri), Kayla Hinds (Maitland), Jenni Beckingham (Muswellbrook), Mitchell Harrison (Newcastle), Sari Bradley (Singleton), Nestor Magalhaes (Wyong).
A big thank you to all of the sponsors who supplied prizes – Co-op Bookshop, Network Comunications, SafeSack, Optus, Warner Books, VTC, Plantfile and Primal Pictures. Many thanks to all staff and students who have helped make this a successful competition.