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Renew Our Libraries

Article published in INCITE  September/October 2019 Volume 40, Issue 9/10.
Robert Knight shares how, after successive state governments spent decades underfunding New South Wales public libraries, the 2018–2019 Renew Our Libraries campaign successfully delivered the largest single increase in library funding since the introduction of the NSW Library Act in 1939. 

Library Design Conference 2021: Changing Spaces

Library Design Conference 2021: Changing Spaces virtual conference held on 18 March 2021.
This document provides a conference program. Featuring presentations on:

  • Designing public buildings in a post-COVID environment (Keynote)
  • Changing faces, spaces and places: the impact of Library space transformation at the University of Western Australia
  • The Creative Technology Hub sets sail
  • State Library Victoria
  • City of Salisbury Library
  • Library Design Awards 2021
  • Library Design Awards panel

Queensland Library Achiever of the Year 2020: Nomination form

The Queensland Library Achiever of the Year Award is maintained by the ALIA Queensland group.
The Queensland Library Achiever of the Year Award is an annual merit prize aimed at:

  • Encouraging recognition of an individual working in any sector of the library and information profession in Queensland
  • Providing an opportunity to promote innovation and excellence within the library and information profession
  • Increasing the profile of the profession

This document is a form for self-nomination and nomination to receive the award.

Digital Health Literacy screen display template (vertical) [slides]

During the first phase of ALIA's digital health literacy training program, more than 2,700 public library staff have been trained to support patrons in navigating and understanding Federal Government digital health initiatives, such as My Health Record. 
This document (PowerPoint slides) provides instructions and templates to create a visual resource to help library staff run information sessions ALIA has created.

Digital Health Literacy screen display template (horizontal) [slides]

During the first phase of ALIA's digital health literacy training program, more than 2,700 public library staff have been trained to support patrons in navigating and understanding Federal Government digital health initiatives, such as My Health Record. 
This document (PowerPoint slides) provides instructions and templates to create a visual resource to help library staff run information sessions ALIA has created.

Digital health banner template [slides]

During the first phase of ALIA's digital health literacy training program, more than 2,700 public library staff have been trained to support patrons in navigating and understanding Federal Government digital health initiatives, such as My Health Record. 
This document (PowerPoint slides) provides instructions and templates to create a visual resource to help library staff run information sessions ALIA has created.

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