Australian School Library Association
The Australian School Library Association (ASLA) is the national authority, the peak forum in the field of teacher librarianship and school library resource services.
Its aim is to maximise opportunities for students to obtain independent lifelong learning and decision making skills through ASLA's commitment to :
24 August 2022 has been announced as the inaugural Australian School Library Day.
Click here for details and ways to celebrate.
ASLA has collaborated with 12 other leading associations joining together to advocate for the power and pleasure of literature in the development of literacy.
Thirteen Australian professional associations, organisations, foundations and councils, together representing thousands of English and literacy educators, authors, artists and community members, have collaborated to develop a series of online presentations that celebrate the power of literature and form a free Literature Symposium for 2022. The series begins in June and concludes in mid-November.
All presentations are online and FREE! Details and registration
The ASLA symposiusm in this series - Paul Macdonald discussing the value of using high quality children's literature in education - was released on 3 August and is still available if you register for the series.
22 July 2022: Alternative registration site: https://events.humanitix.com/2022-literature-symposium