ASLA October 2022 Webinar: Conducting a collection audit, with ASLA Board Directors Wendy Rutten (SA) and Kate Hodgson (VIC)

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In this presentation we will be looking at the essentials to conducting an audit on your library collection. What does your collection look like? Who are the key players when beginning an audit? How do you communicate along the way? We will give you practical steps on where to start, steps along the way and how best to collaborate with your clientele at the beginning the middle and the end of your audit. Wendy Rutten is the current SLASA President. She has had over 20 years experience in working in schools across all sectors and age ranges. Wendy has managed many diverse collections and has communicated with library staff, teaching staff and management to ensure that her collections meet the needs of a wide range of student and staff needs. Kate Hodgson is a member of the ASLA Board and is the current Head of Library Services at Geelong Grammar School. Kate’s career in school libraries and education institutes across diverse communities has afforded her national and international experience in Australia, South Korea, Indonesia and Vietnam working with teams in Australian and large international schools and school libraries. Ensuring library collections meet the contemporary needs of learners and school communities is an area that Kate is passionate about in school libraries. AITSL Teaching Standards: 3.4, 6.2, 6,3, 7.4 PLEASE NOTE: This counts as Teacher Identified professional learning with NESA and TQI and is NOT accredited. Target audience: All school library staff.

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