This presentation (PowerPoint slides) provides reports by librarians and other school staff on school library services within schools located in New South Wales, Queensland, Western Australia and South Australia.
Publication by Freedom of Access to Information and Resources (FAIR) reporting on research into teacher librarian impact on reading, digital literacy, critical thinking and research skills in schools. Report also discusses nomination process and nominees for the Great School Libraries campaign.
In October 2015, FAIR (Freedom of Access to Information and Resources) joined with the Australian Library and Information Association, ALIA Schools, Australian School Library Association, Queensland School Library Association, School Library Association of NSW, School Library Association of South Australia, School Library Association of Victoria and the Western Australian School Library Association to seek nominations of Great School Libraries across the nation.
This document summarises survey results gathered in the Great Australian School Libraries Campaign nomination process.
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.
ALIA Schools Professional Development Seminar, 2 June 2012: Learning in a changing world - curriculum integration
Learning in a changing world is a series of five books prepared by ALIA & ASLA published by ACER to support teacher librarians and school libraries in the 21st century. This series will be the focus for professional learning during 2012.
ALIA Schools Professional Development Seminar, 8 May 2018 webinar presented by Kellie-Jane Winter on understanding dyslexia as teacher librarians.
This presentation (PowerPoint slides) outlines myths about dyslexia, experiences of dyslexic students and strategies for teaching.
This document provides a timeline that covers the milestones in the history of school libraries which became a separate section of the Library Association of Australia, now the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA), in 1967. It also highlights significant events in the education and/or government sectors. Data from many of the reports commissioned by ALIA was used for lobbying federal government bodies which resulted in funding for school library buildings and resources.
This submission from the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) and ALIA Schools discusses the role of the school library in the support of teaching and learning; the right of all students to fully participate in their learning and have positive experiences in education; and how the Disability Standards for Education make a positive difference by drawing attention to the need to accommodate students of all abilities.
ALIA Schools Professional Development Seminar, 17 March 2018 Glen Iris, Victoria: What does the 21st century school collection look like?
The seminar is for primary and secondary teacher librarians and others who are responsible for school library services. This presentation (PowerPoint slides) accompanies the keynote address which explores the concepts underpinning the creation and development of a modern school library collection.
ALIA Schools Professional Development Seminar, 23 October 2010 Northcote, Victoria: The Australian curriculum – opportunities for teacher librarians
The seminar is for primary and secondary teacher librarians and others who are responsible for providing school library services and will discuss:
- how the Australian curriculum offers opportunities to position yourself within the school
- how do we resource change
This program provides a schedule of the day's activities.