ASLA Awards

Nominations for the following 2023 ASLA Awards are now open

ASLA Australian Teacher Librarian Award

This national award, sponsored by SCIS, recognises and honours an Australian Teacher Librarian who has made an outstanding contribution to the profession of school librarianship. Through their high level of achievement in professional knowledge, professional practice and professional engagement they have made a positive impact on teaching and learning in their school and contributed to the school library profession at a state, national and/or international level.

ASLA Early Career Teacher Librarian Award  

This national award, sponsored by Britannica, recognises and honours an Australian Teacher Librarian in their first five years of teaching, who has made an outstanding contribution to their school community and potentially beyond. This award acknowledges an early career Teacher Librarian for their high level of achievement in professional knowledge, practice and engagement. They will be able to demonstrate they have made a positive impact on teaching and learning in their school.

ASLA Library Advocate Award 

This national award is to encourage library staff to further develop their professional learning and make a positive contribution to their school community. This award is open to any library staff working in a school library. The nominee will need to be able to demonstrate engagement with their school community, wider networks, online forums, and attendance or engagement with professional learning.

Nominations for all awards close on Friday 24th February 2023.

Nomination forms and details for each award available from the links above.

Anyone interested in submitting a nomination please send an expression of interest to:aslaawards@alsa.org.au


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