Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
Aims and Objectives
The purpose of the ASLA’s Special Interest Groups (SIGs) is to bring together Australian teacher librarians and school library staff across all areas of interest in primary and secondary education. The immediate objective of the SIGs is to establish networked groups of members who share a special interest, expertise and/or experience in specific aspects of Teacher Librarianship.
The SIGs aim to:
Initially, the following three groups have been established, each chaired by a member of the ASLA Board:
Other topics may be established over time.
SIGs will be ongoing however, volunteers are requested to commit to their SIG for a period of one year, at least 4 meetings per year. The Board member leading the SIG will provide a written report to be submitted at the AGM.
THe meetings will be online, on the second Thursday in February, May, August and October each year.
To Join a SIG
If you would like to join a SIG please contact the ASLA Executive Officer by email at firstname.lastname@example.org and you will be added to the SIG membership list. SIG members must be financial members of ASLA - either as a personal membership or part of a school membership - in order to join and contribute to the SIG.