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Australian Library and Information Association Annual Report 2019

 
Contents: About ALIA -- President's report -- Chief Executive Officer's report -- Director Corporate Services' report -- Director of Learning's report -- Director of Conferences and Events' report -- How we performed against the ALIA Board's strategic plan -- Our membership -- Advocacy campaigns -- Government and stakeholder relations -- Special projects -- Conferences and events -- ALIA in the regions -- Education, professional development and training -- Awards -- Communications -- Financial statements.

 

 

Submission in response to the revision of the Implementation Plan for the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Plan 2013-2023, February 2020

The Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) is supportive of the proposed implementation plan’s structure, vision, foundations and focus areas. In summary:

ALIA response to the review of the Australian Digital Inclusion Index ADII 2.0, March 2020

Australian libraries – especially public, State and Territory Libraries – have found the Australian Digital Inclusion Index (ADII) to be an invaluable source of data about the levels of digital inclusion nationally, regionally and locally. The information gained from the ADII reports has enabled libraries to advocate successfully for investment in technology, programs and services to meet the needs of their communities and users. It has identified specific target groups requiring greater assistance, and it has helped guide program and service development.
 

Submission in response to the Australian Government review of Australian classification regulation, February 2020

The Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) and our library members welcome the opportunity, through the review of Australian classification regulation, to address a problem which has been an issue for libraries for a number of years, and which has now reached a critical point. 
 

ALIA submission in response to the Australian Government Online Safety Legislation Reform Discussion Paper, February 2020

The Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) welcomes the opportunity to comment on the Australian Government’s Online Safety Legislative Reform Discussion Paper and applauds the move to bring together existing measures in a single framework and supports the expansion of the role of the Office of the eSafety Commissioner. However, there are specific areas of concern regarding the legislation in relation to library accountability, digital content, reporting requirements, and the relationship with other legislative reform.
 

Libraries, MOOCs and Online Learning Summit 2014: feedback

Libraries, MOOCs and Online Learning Seminar, 19 March 2014 Brisbane, Queensland
 
This paper outlines responses to a feedback session at the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA), the Council for Australian University Librarians (CAUL), OCLC and the State Library of Queensland (SLQ) one-day seminar which brought together library stakeholders in the online learning space to talk about MOOCs, the trends in remote course delivery to large cohorts of students, the issues for libraries and the opportunities for advocacy.
 

 

Libraries, MOOCs and Online Learning Summit 2014: summary

Libraries, MOOCs and Online Learning Seminar, 19 March 2014 Brisbane, Queensland
 
This paper provides a summary of the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA), the Council for Australian University Librarians (CAUL), OCLC and the State Library of Queensland (SLQ) one-day seminar which brought together library stakeholders in the online learning space to talk about MOOCs, the trends in remote course delivery to large cohorts of students, the issues for libraries and the opportunities for advocacy.
 

 

Enhancing online learning: Promoting student engagement through partnership with local libraries [slides]

Libraries, MOOCs and Online Learning Seminar, 19 March 2014 Brisbane, Queensland
 
This presentation (PowerPoint slides) was delivered at the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA), the Council for Australian University Librarians (CAUL), OCLC and the State Library of Queensland (SLQ) one-day seminar which brought together library stakeholders in the online learning space to talk about MOOCs, the trends in remote course delivery to large cohorts of students, the issues for libraries and the opportunities for advocacy.
 

 

Libraries, MOOCs and Online Learning Summit 2014 program

Libraries, MOOCs and Online Learning Seminar, 19 March 2014 Brisbane, Queensland
 
The Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA), the Council for Australian University Librarians (CAUL), OCLC and the State Library of Queensland (SLQ) present this one-day seminar bringing together library stakeholders in the online learning space to talk about Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs), the trends in remote course delivery to large cohorts of students, the issues for libraries and the opportunities for advocacy.
 

 

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