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Redmond Barry Award

The Redmond Barry Award is awarded in recognition of outstanding service to one or more of the following:

  • promotion of a library and information service or libraries and information services
  • to the theory or practice of library and information science, or an associated field.

This document is an application form for peer nomination to receive the Redmond Barry Award.

ALIA Silver Pin

The ALIA Silver Pin is available to personal member who has served a minimum of five terms (five years) or more on ALIA group committees (including special interest groups, ALIA Board advisory groups, ALIA conference committees, or as the ALIA representative on external committees) or any ALIA Member who has made a significant contribution the Association, considered to be the equivalent of a five-year commitment.
This document is an application form for nomination or self-nomination for receival of the ALIA Silver Pin.

ALIA Research Grant: Ethics application form

It is the responsibility of the researcher and ALIA to ensure that any research funded by the Association meets national ethical guidelines.
This form should be completed by ALIA research grant holders. 
This form has three sections:
SECTION 1: Form (to be completed by applicant)
SECTION 2: Ethical issues checklist for research involving humans (to be completed by applicant)
SECTION 3: To be completed by ALIA research ethics coordinator/reviewer
 

ALIA Research Grant Award: Quarterly report template

Research grants of up to $5000 are offered by the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA). The Research Grant Award is open to library practitioners and early career LIS researchers who are Members of ALIA. 
The purpose of the award is to enable the recipient to undertake a research program on a selected library or information issue of present and future relevance to the development and improvement of library and information services in Australia.

Research Grant Award: Application Part 2

Research grants of up to $5000 are offered by the Australian Library and Information Association. The Research Grant Award is open to library practitioners and early career LIS researchers who are Members of ALIA. 
The purpose of the award is to enable the recipient to undertake a research program on a selected library or information issue of present and future relevance to the development and improvement of library and information services in Australia.

Research Grant Award: Application Part 1

Research grants of up to $5000 are offered by the Australian Library and Information Association. The Research Grant Award is open to library practitioners and early career LIS researchers who are Members of ALIA. 
The purpose of the award is to enable the recipient to undertake a research program on a selected library or information issue of present and future relevance to the development and improvement of library and information services in Australia.

Research Grant Award

Research grants of up to $5000 are offered by the Australian Library and Information Association. The Research Grant Award is open to library practitioners and early career LIS researchers who are Members of ALIA. 
The purpose of the award is to enable the recipient to undertake a research program on a selected library or information issue of present and future relevance to the development and improvement of library and information services in Australia.
This document provides general information and answers common questions about the grant.
 

National Simultaneous Storytime: Temperatures and space

ALIA, along with the Australian Space Agency and The Office of the Chief Scientist, and with help from Science Time From Space, is very excited to be able to bring an additional science and educational component to National Simultaneous Storytime 2021 - a science demonstration conducted by astronauts on the International Space Station emulating the heat balances between the sun/Earth/space. 
Student questions about temperatures in outer space were answered by Bjarni Tryggvason, Former Astronaut, Research Engineer and Test Pilot.

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