Our Conferences run every second year. The next conference will be in 2023.

ASLA Biennial Conference 2023: 20-22 April, on the Gold Coast - details coming soon

Conference webpage: ASLA Conference 2023


ASLA Virtual National Conference XXVII 2021 in partnership with SLASA

Keys to Learning


Presented Online: 12-13 April, 2021

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Australian School Library Association Conference XXVI 2019
Leading Learning

National Library, Canberra: 14-16 April, 2019

Our wonderful 50th Celebration was held in Canberra 14-16 April, 2019. Nearly 300 Teacher Librarians from all over Australia were challenged through our theme of Leading Learning.

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Australian School Library Association Conference XXV 2017

Challenge to Change

Shore School, North Sydney: 13-14 July, 2017


The theme Challenge to Change was selected because in recent times our school library profession has undergone far-reaching transformations. This conference showcased some of these changes and provided inspiration to embrace the challenges by bringing together both practice and theory in a range of dynamic sharing and learning sessions.

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Australian School Library Association Conference XXIV 2015

Provoking the future: school libraries, pedagogy and technology

The Playhouse, Women’s College, University of Queensland: 29-30 September, 2015


The themes in the conference title accept that school libraries in Australia have a diverse and dynamic future.  ASLA shares your commitment to quality education and improved student outcomes. We are committed to providing access to contemporary thinking, research and commentary to assist schools to examine the current and identify opportunities to develop school libraries.

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