2022 Winner Announced!

At the recent 2022 AGM, the winner of the ASLA Library Advocate Award was announced.

The winner is: Lana DiStefano, South Australia


ASLA Library Advocate award

This inaugural 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.

The Recipient of the Award will receive:

12 month ASLA membership (to promote ongoing professional learning)

Free access to the ASLA Webinars for the Year.

The Award will be announced and presented at the ASLA AGM 2022 and Advocacy Summit.

Nomination for the Award

Principals, professional colleagues and members of the school community are encouraged to nominate their library staff members for this award. Neither the nominator or nominee are required to be members of ASLA. The nominator may be a colleague, principal or administrator at your school. The nominee must be a resident in Australia, and be working in a school library.

The completed nomination must be submitted on time and include the following supporting documentation:

● Letter of service from your current school demonstrating library experience

Two testimonials

● Any other additional supporting evidence

Nominations close on Friday 1 April 2022
Please send completed documentation to: secretary@asla.org.au
Subject Heading: Library Advocate Award - Your Name

Download the Nomination Form.

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