School librarians

ALIA Schools PD 2018: Advocacy Matters - Marketing and promotion for school libraries

ALIA Schools Professional Development Event, 25 August 2018 Glen Iris, Victoria: Advocacy Matters!?!
 
These notes accompany the keynote address which discussed the difference between marketing and selling, the benefits of advocacy and how to plan an advocacy campaign to promote a service or program in the school library. 

ALIA Schools PD 2018: 21st century collection development - Westbourne Grammar School [slides]

ALIA Schools Professional Development Seminar, 17 March 2018 Glen Iris, Victoria: What does the 21st century school collection look like?
 
The seminar is for primary and secondary teacher librarians and others who are responsible for school library services. This presentation (PowerPoint slides) is from Westbourne Grammar School.
 

ALIA Schools PD 2018: 21st century collection development - Loyola College [slides]

ALIA Schools Professional Development Seminar, 17 March 2018 Glen Iris, Victoria: What does the 21st century school collection look like?
 
The seminar is for primary and secondary teacher librarians and others who are responsible for school library services. This presentation (PowerPoint slides) is from Loyola College.
 

ALIA Schools PD 2018: 21st century collection development - Taylors Hill Primary School [slides]

ALIA Schools Professional Development Seminar, 17 March 2018 Glen Iris, Victoria: What does the 21st century school collection look like?
 
The seminar is for primary and secondary teacher librarians and others who are responsible for school library services. This presentation (PowerPoint slides) is from Taylors Hill Primary School.
 

ALIA Schools PD 2020: Building Teams - webinar [slides]

ALIA Schools Professional Development Webinar, 30 May 2020: Building Teams
 
This presentation (PowerPoint slides) supports the webinar investigating: What are key staffing matters for school libraries? The quality of this service is dependent on the quality of the staff that provides it. How can team members work to their capacity and contribute effectively to the functions of their school library? 

ASLA-ALIA recommended minimum information services staffing levels: Table 6 revised

Since the publication of the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) and Australian School Library Association (ASLA) Learning for the future: developing information services in schools (LFTF), 2nd edition in 1993, school leaders and teacher librarians have referred to Table 6: Recommended minimum information services centre staffing as a guideline for staffing levels in school libraries.
 

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