Joint submission from the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) and National and State Libraries Australasia (NSLA) in response to the inquiry into the influence of international digital platforms.
Summary of the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) Board of Directors Meeting held on Thursday 23 March 2023 via Zoom.
ALIA's submission to government on the new National Cultural Policy, underscoring the importance of First Nations representation in the library and information services sector, the applicability of the policy's 'place for every story' line, and the significant place of strong institutions in supporting the policy in reaching audiences and supporting artists.
This submission from the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) highlights some of the significant advances under Revive of particular importance to Australia’s library community, and areas where we are looking to build by working further with the Australian Government, creators, the book industry, the cultural heritage sector and the wider community as the plan is iterated.
ALIA groups and committees are an essential part of the life of the Association and the LIS sector in Australia. Groups and committees are run by energetic and committed volunteer ALIA members who generously give their time to create active and vibrant professional networks that contribute to the sector in a variety of ways, from running professional learning and social events through to the creation of sector standards and the provision of advice to the ALIA Board.
By-Laws of the Australian Library and Information Association as amended to October 2022.
An article written by teacher librarian Natasha Lee about the work that school libraries do to support the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. The article was published in the November/December 2022 issue of INCITE magazine.
ALIA commissioned an evaluation report of the Online Storytime pilot program. Anyez Lindop researched and compiled the report using data from the first year of the program in 2021. The evaluation looks into the outcomes for library staff, library users engaging with the program, Australian picture book creators and Australian publishers over the second year of the COVID-19 pandemic. Funds supporting this evaluation were made available through the Australian Government's Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund.
Summary of the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) Board of Directors Meeting held on Monday 5th & Tuesday 6th December 2022 at Deakin Downtown, Collins Street, Melbourne and via Zoom.
This seminar presentation (PowerPoint slides), presents a summary of the School Libraries Research Project conducted by Dr Lyn Hay for the ALIA Professional Pathways Project. This includes an overview of the project itself and key findings relating to school library and employee demographics; school library positions and roles; qualifications and qualification pathways.