Canberra, 15 March, 2016: The Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA), Museums Australia (MA) and National and State Libraries Australasia (NSLA) have written to Darren Chester, Minister for Infrastructure, asking him to extend the definition of national infrastructure to include Trove (
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The picture gallery is growing daily of all the #FabulousFinds.
The Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) has started a nationwide hunt for all those incredible things found in a library's collection.
Step inside or visit library websites and we know that everyone will be surprised and perhaps a little amazed at what you can find in a library's collections.
Thursday 24 December, 2015 Canberra: FAIR welcomes the Federal Government's recognition that Australian copyright laws need to change.
The Department of Communications and the Arts yesterday released for public comment proposed changes designed to modernise and improve to our copyright laws.
Nominations have now closed for Great School Libraries.
Many thanks to all the supportive parents, students and teachers who care deeply about their school libraries and nominated them in this campaign.
We have been inspired by all the wonderful photos, poems, tributes, videos and even drawings which have been sent in to us.
Monday 19 October 2015: Teacher Librarians and school library professionals inspire students every day of the term .... we want to recognise these amazing school libraries and the important services they provide to our school communities.
There's some new US research out from Scholastic on the effectiveness of school libraries.
The report continues to show to show that school libraries and school librarians are a powerful force in the lives of children.
Wow - there are some fantastic school libraries out there and there's no shortage of people who want to nominate their school libraries.
The nominations count has been ticking up daily - we're now up to more than 370!
Check out the school library at St Patrick's College in Launceston, Tasmania.