Awards that recognise ALIA members achievement in areas of practice and interest represented by ALIA groups.
A biennial grant, to enable a WA library technician student or recent graduate to attend a national library technicians' symposium.
The Queensland Library Achiever of the Year Award is an annual merit prize.
Promoting the role and image of librarians providing library services for young people.
Encouraging and supporting the development of innovative and significant public library services to young people.
The Nancy Booker Honour Lecture was instituted by the NSW Group of the Children's and Youth Services.
This award promotes the role of library technicians in library and information science, and the role and image of the library technician.
Showcasing innovative projects which, through the use of health informatics or web technologies, contribute to or support improved health outcomes.
The F A Sharr Award is presented to a Western Australian librarian or library technician in their first three years post graduation who exhibits the most potential to make a significant contribution to the library profession in WA.