Library technicians

WA Library Technicians Group (WALT) conference grant: winning essay 2007

The aim of the WA Library Technicians Group (WALT) symposium grant is to enable students and recent graduates of a library technician qualification course to experience the value of a National Library and Information Technicians' Symposium. The Symposium is a prime source of professional development and networking opportunities for library technicians within Australia and overseas.

National library & information technicians symposium 2011: conference report

ALIA National Library and Information Technicians Symposium, 2011 Perth: back to basics
 
This conference report was composed by the recipient of the WALT symposium grant.
 
The aim of the WA Library Technicians Group (WALT) symposium grant is to enable students and recent graduates of a library technician qualification course to experience the value of a National Library and Information Technicians' Symposium. The Symposium is a prime source of professional development and networking opportunities for library technicians within Australia and overseas.

WA Library Technicians Group (WALT) conference grant: winning essay 2011

The aim of the WA Library Technicians Group (WALT) symposium grant is to enable students and recent graduates of a library technician qualification course to experience the value of a National Library and Information Technicians' Symposium. The Symposium is a prime source of professional development and networking opportunities for library technicians within Australia and overseas.

Building bridges with IT: successful collaboration with your IT department [slides]

National Library and Information Technicians Symposium, 27-29 September 2017 North Sydney: bridge to knowledge
 
This conference presentation (PowerPoint slides) supports the paper which discusses how library technicians and their IT colleagues can work collaboratively to the benefit of staff, the organisation and most importantly, library patrons. 
 

Is there a need for increased ICT training in library technician courses in Australia?

ALIA Library Technician Research Award 2015, Debra Gilmore, ALIATech 
 
This research, made possible by ALIA in the form of a research grant under the auspices of the ALIA biennial Library Technical Research Award, investigates whether Registered Training Organisations (RTO) Library Technician courses adequately cover the information and communications technology (ICT) skills required by library technicians and employers.
 
 
 

Library technician education in Australia: state of the nation report

The Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) report highlights areas of good practice and provides a series of recommendations for enhancements to course content for the future. It also examines a number of critical issues that are likely to impact on library technician courses due to developments in the structure and funding of education in Australia, as well as changes within the Library Information Studies sector as a whole.

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