The existence of scholarly and professional groups such as ASIS&T’s InfoLearn, situated at the intersection between information and learning sciences, points to a growing need to revise disciplinary boundaries and consider new areas of investigation.
This webinar is for anyone involved in, or supporting, learning and teaching programs within a school library context.
ALIA Schools is pleased to present their professional learning program for 2021. This program will be a series of four webinars - via Zoom - one per term and comprises:
Discovering a “good read”’: Teen Reading ARC Linkage Project Launch
Wednesday 25 November 2020 at 5pm
Ursula Dubosarsky, Australian Children’s Laureate, will launch the Teen Reading ARC Linkage Project led by Deakin University on Wednesday 25 November 2020.
Researchers will present early findings on teenagers’ social media activity about books and reading and insights from publishers, editors and booksellers on reaching teen readers.
ALIA is one of the partners supporting this project.
ALIA QLD is pleased to announce registrations for Webinar 4 Panel Discussion, in our ALIA QLD Webinar Series: Survivor 2020 are now open.
In the final webinar of the series, you will hear from a panel of GLAM sector leaders about the challenges and rewards for 2020 and the opportunities and hurdles faced beyond 2020. Come and join the conversation!
It is essential that schools are aware of the ethical behaviours required by all members of the school community, to be compliant with copyright regulations.
This session will unpack further our responsibilities and offer ways to ensure that schools are on the right track.
Cost: $44 for ALIA Members; $66 for non-ALIA members; $22 for students/retirees (all prices inc GST)