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ALIA LIS pay and employment snapshot 2020

In recent times, the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) has relied on the NSW Crown Employees Award as the starting point for our salary scales, but we were concerned that these pay levels may not be reflective of the reality of the workplace. To test this, we embarked on a survey of people working in the sector. As a result, we have been able to produce this document, which provides a snapshot of real world pay and terms of employment across Australia at the end of 2019 and beginning of 2020. 
 

ALIA Top End Symposium 2018 feedback summary report

10th ALIA Top End Symposium, 12-13 October 2018 Darwin: Enabling universal literacies in the digital age
 
The symposium provides a professional development opportunity for local information professionals to engage with national and international experts on universal literacies, a theme deemed to be of interest to all members of the community. This event is a premium professional development activity for information and library workers in the Northern Territory.
 
The theme of the symposium was 'Enabling Universal Literacies in the Digital Age'.
 

ALIA Top End Symposium 2018 program

10th ALIA Top End Symposium, 12-13 October 2018 Darwin: Enabling universal literacies in the digital age
 
The symposium provides a professional development opportunity for local information professionals to engage with national and international experts on universal literacies, a theme deemed to be of interest to all members of the community. This event is a premium professional development activity for information and library workers in the Northern Territory.
 
The theme of the symposium was 'Enabling Universal Literacies in the Digital Age'.
 

Tributes and treasures: an anthology of stories for ALIA's 80th anniversary 2017

In 2017, for our 80th anniversary, the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) invited members to pay tribute to the people and places that have inspired them. We published the stories on the ALIA website and they were so popular that we decided to turn them into a book and place a copy in the time capsule buried at ALIA House in Canberra, to be opened in August 2037. These narratives tell of amazing individuals, close professional and personal friendships, and lifelong connections, many forged through engagement with the Association.

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