The purpose of this guide is to assist you to run a successful Library and Information Week 2021 social media campaign and to promote your library. Running a successful social media campaign will help you to gain attention for your library services, attract more attendees to your library events and increase overall attention for the LIS industry.
Australian Library and Information Association
ALIA National Library and Information Technicians' Symposium was held 27-29 September 2017 at the Australian Catholic University, North Sydney. This symposium provided an opportunity for library technicians from around Australia to meet together in the formal setting of a structured program, to hear prominent members of the profession, as well as their peers, speak and debate contemporary issues relating to the profession, professionalism and library work in general.
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A form provided for an Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) accredited institution or registered training organisation (RTO) which wishes to apply to amend a course that is currently accredited.
Application form for mentees in the Australian Library and Information Association Mentoring Scheme in 2021.
This documents presents information regarding the Australian Library and Information Association's employment advertisement services.
A template document for the Manual for developing policies and procedures for Australian school library resource centres that can be used to update or prepare your own school library copy. Its aim is to develop the policies and document the procedures that are essential for exemplary management practices. The implementation of these policies and procedures will ensure that there is equitable access to resources for all users.
As part of the Interlibrary Resource Sharing Code (ILRS) code review the ALIA ILL Advisory Committee revises its Best Practice Guidelines in 2019. The Best Practice Guidelines are intended to work with the ILRS Code. They provide further information on streamlining work practices or ensuring good communication with resource sharing partners.
The Association provides an award to recognise the highest achieving graduating student in every ALIA Accredited librarianship and library technician course, as a means of rewarding excellence.
Educators should complete the application form four weeks before a graduation ceremony or conferring in absentia and email it to email@example.com.
The role of the IFLA Australian caucus is to provide:
ALIA is investing in a new website and database designed to make managing membership easier and more convenient, and to make information more findable for all our website users.
This document describes the new Member Centre, to be launched 23 August 2021, and answers frequently asked questions.