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A reminder to check out our Resource Library pages from time to time as we are continuing to add new links.

We are hard at work planning an exciting new Webinar Series for 2022! Keep the first Wednesday of each month from February to November free!

Details to come...

**NEW** 2 November 2021:

Announcing new AWARDS coming in 2022! Further details to be available in December 2021.

**NEW**  1 November 2021:                                                                                         

ASLA is excited to announce our new partnership with the Foundation for Learning and Literacy (FFLL). The partnership will focus on our shared interests in and advocay for literacy education and literacy teaching in Australia. We look forward to being able to announce collaborating on an online literature event in 2022, and involvement with ASLA's Literacy Special Interest Group. More news to come!

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Partner Member Association with IASL

We are excited to announce that we are a Partner Member Association with the International Association of School Librarianship (IASL). Learn the benefits...

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Inaugural Patron of ASLA

ASLA is proud to announce...

that Dr Margaret Merga is the new Patron of ASLA. Dr Merga has worked tirelessly to raise the profile of the valuable role of school libraries in promoting literacy in schools.


12 August 2021 - Revival of the Storytime Agreement!!

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December 2021 eNewsletter out now

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New story added 7 October 2021:
From Rachael Hind, Radford College, Canberra:


‘Unlock’ the Bookshelves During Break Times: Changing Your Mindset About Holiday Borrowing

For many years, in my role as Teacher Librarian, I ceased loaning books in the last week of school each term. This enabled students to return all their library books in Week 10 and gave me time to chase up overdue books. It was my experience that many ‘lost’ books were often misplaced during the holiday period, literally left at holiday locations and never to be seen again.

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