Presenters at ASLA XXVI, 2019

National Library, Canberra

 14-16 April, 2019

Keynote Speakers

Tracey Ezard Thought Leader in learning environments, leadership and visual facilitation.

Tracey is a keynote speaker, author and educator, who is dedicated to inspiring people to collaborate and thrive in the workplace. She is the author of two books, The Buzz – Creating a Thriving and Collaborative Staff Learning Culture and Glue – The Stuff that Binds Us Together to do Extraordinary Work. Tracey speaks on collaboration, leadership and high performance cultures.

Morris Gleitzmann

Australian Children's Laureate, 2018-2019

Morris Gleitzman is a bestselling Australian children’s author whose books explore serious and sometimes confronting subjects in funny and unexpected ways. His books are published in more than twenty countries. As the Australian Children's Laureate Morris is currently roaming the land engaging young readers in a celebration of stories and all the precious things they get from them while at the same time encouraging adults to think more deeply and perceptively about the transformative qualities of good stories for young people and if possible read a few of them aloud.

Dr. Margaret Merga

Senior Lecturer at Curtin University in Western Australia

Margaret primarily conducts literacy research that spans the early years to adulthood. She also explores issues on Educational Psychology, Adult Education, Higher Education and Health Workforce Education. She is currently working on projects related to the role of teacher librarians in fostering literacy in primary and secondary schools.

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