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Research Grant Award: Application Part 1

Research grants of up to $5000 are offered by the Australian Library and Information Association. The Research Grant Award is open to library practitioners and early career LIS researchers who are Members of ALIA. 
The purpose of the award is to enable the recipient to undertake a research program on a selected library or information issue of present and future relevance to the development and improvement of library and information services in Australia.

Research Grant Award

Research grants of up to $5000 are offered by the Australian Library and Information Association. The Research Grant Award is open to library practitioners and early career LIS researchers who are Members of ALIA. 
The purpose of the award is to enable the recipient to undertake a research program on a selected library or information issue of present and future relevance to the development and improvement of library and information services in Australia.
This document provides general information and answers common questions about the grant.
 

National Simultaneous Storytime: Temperatures and space

ALIA, along with the Australian Space Agency and The Office of the Chief Scientist, and with help from Science Time From Space, is very excited to be able to bring an additional science and educational component to National Simultaneous Storytime 2021 - a science demonstration conducted by astronauts on the International Space Station emulating the heat balances between the sun/Earth/space. 
Student questions about temperatures in outer space were answered by Bjarni Tryggvason, Former Astronaut, Research Engineer and Test Pilot.

Digital Health Literacy screen display template (vertical) [slides]

During the first phase of ALIA's digital health literacy training program, more than 2,700 public library staff have been trained to support patrons in navigating and understanding Federal Government digital health initiatives, such as My Health Record. 
This document (PowerPoint slides) provides instructions and templates to create a visual resource to help library staff run information sessions ALIA has created.

Digital Health Literacy screen display template (horizontal) [slides]

During the first phase of ALIA's digital health literacy training program, more than 2,700 public library staff have been trained to support patrons in navigating and understanding Federal Government digital health initiatives, such as My Health Record. 
This document (PowerPoint slides) provides instructions and templates to create a visual resource to help library staff run information sessions ALIA has created.

Digital health banner template [slides]

During the first phase of ALIA's digital health literacy training program, more than 2,700 public library staff have been trained to support patrons in navigating and understanding Federal Government digital health initiatives, such as My Health Record. 
This document (PowerPoint slides) provides instructions and templates to create a visual resource to help library staff run information sessions ALIA has created.

ALIA National Library and Information Technicians' Symposium 2017: Terms and conditions

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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