This document outlines:
- Why LIS research matters
- How ALIA supports research
- How ALIA underpins creates, disseminates and promotes LIS research
- Priority outcomes
This document outlines:
This document outlines the foundation knowledge required by an entry-level graduate employed in the library and information sector.
This submission from the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) responds to the Australian Research Council (ARC) on the Excellence in Research for Australia (ERA) Initiative Consultation Paper.
The Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) works collaboratively with higher and vocational education institutions and registered training organisations (RTOs) recognised by the Tertiary Education Quality and Standards Agency (TEQSA) and the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA), employers, practitioners, students and other relevant professional associations to promote the development and continuous improvement of library and information science (LIS) courses.
The Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) sets and maintains education standards for entry into the library and information professions in Australia and it plays a vital role in ensuring library and information science professionals are supported in their continuing professional development.
On behalf of our members, representing library and information professionals, libraries and information services, academics, researchers, research practitioners and the Library and Information Science (LIS) community Australia-wide, the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) welcomes the opportunity to provide a response to the ANZ Standard Research Classification review. For LIS, we recommend the relocation and renaming of one FoR (080702), the renaming of four FoR (080701, 080704, 080706 and 080708) and the addition of two new FoR (080710 and 080711). We would be pleased to
Asia-Pacific Library and Information Conference 2018, 30 July - 2 August 2018 Gold Coast: Roar Leap Dare
This presentation (PowerPoint slides) supports the pre-conference workshop which aims to provide an insight into best practices of/rigorous and reliable practitioner research to information professionals aspiring to do research within their own workplace and publish this research. It will also be helpful for library students who wish to strengthen their research knowledge and training including research students and doctoral candidates.