ALIA National Library and Information Technicians' Symposium, held 27-29 September 2017, 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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This discussion paper outlines the objectives and priorities of a National Early Language and Literacy Strategy based on the evidence review undertaken between March 2019 and June 2020. The review included peerreviewed literature, existing national and international strategies, policies and programs, in addition to previous work undertaken by the National Early Language and Literacy Coalition. Its content will frame the co-design by the Working Group of a draft National Strategy. Considerations and questions are highlighted throughout to structure input and discussion on:
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.
This document promotes news regarding Australia Reads campaigning as of Tuesday 25 May 2021.
This presentation (PowerPoint slides) provides promotional information regarding the Australia Reads campaign, including Australia Reads Special Edition publications and marketing assets.
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.
Public libraries are highly regarded institutions and leaders in the community, with significant influence on local government. The purpose of this report is to support leaders in the Victorian library sector to leverage their relationship with local government and policy makers; and to share their stories and contribute to federal reporting on the United Nations 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
This document presents a three-step way to for councils and public libraries to make a direct connection between sustainability projects at a local level and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals of the world's 2030 Agenda.
Promotional materials (poster) listing and stating support for the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.