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.
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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.
Media release by the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) Monday 10 September 2012, opposing the reduction in funding to Queensland government libraries.
Advocacy resource provides a calendar of 30 prominent Australian literary awards, for use in the promotion of Australian authors and texts.
In 2021 the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) is piloting a scheme where publishers can permit the use of their Australian picture book titles in 'Online Storytime 2021' in return for a small annual payment from public library branches.
The pilot follows the popularity of Online Storytime in Australian public libraries during the COVID-19 pandemic, where Australian children and caregivers embraced the online reading of picture books by their local librarians with many hundreds uploaded since April 2020.
Media release by the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) at 2pm Wednesday 4 December 2013, on the campaign in Young, New South Wales to raise awareness of the defunding of the Alcohol and other Drugs Council of Australia.
Article from INCITE September/October 2021 Volume 42 Issue 5.
Discussion of how scenario planning can help inform decision-making processes in libraries when setting strategic directions in times of uncertainty.
The Truth, Integrity, Knowledge (TIK) campaign ran throughout 2019. The campaign focused on why librarianship is one of the most trusted professions in Australia and how people working in libraries (whether LIS qualified or from another discipline) promote the free flow of information and ideas in the interests of all Australians.
The series of fact sheets address poverty in Australia, homelessness, gender equality, and early literacy, language and learning.
The ILRS Code has been endorsed by the Australia Library Peak bodies including Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA), National and State Libraries Australia (NSLA), the Council of Australian University Librarians (CAUL) and the National Library of Australia.
This document lists the recipients of the F A Sharr Award from 1976 - 2018.