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The Council of Australian University Librarians (CAUL) PDF Print E-mail

The Council of Australian University Librarians (CAUL)

The Council of Australian University Librarians (CAUL) is a representation body for Australia's thirty-nine university librarians. It was established as the Committee of Australian University Librarians in 1965.[1] Membership is restricted to library directors whose parent institutions are full members of Universities Australia.

CAUL is engaged in a wide range of activities to support it aims. These include:

engagement with the national research agenda, which includes liaison with government, support for institutional repositories, research skills training and involvement with the management of research data;

facilitating the role of members in supporting and maximising learning and teaching outcomes and contributing positively to the student experience;

providing a vehicle for relationships with vendors and publishers and providing services and advice to members on collaborative purchasing of electronic information resources, licensing conditions and access issues;

support for university publishing and digitisation activities;

collection sharing;

information literacy;

continuous performance improvement;

the production of annual statistics.

 
New Zealand Library Association Inc. PDF Print E-mail

New Zealand Library Association Inc.

The New Zealand Library Association Inc.,operating as LIANZA (Library and Information Association of New Zealand Aotearoa), is the professional organization for library and information workers in New Zealand, and also promotes library and information education and professional development within New Zealand.

 
Australian and New Zealand Theological Library Association Limited PDF Print E-mail

Australian and New Zealand Theological Library Association Limited

The mission of the Australian and New Zealand Theological Library Association Limited is to foster the study of theology and religion by enhancing the development of theological and religious libraries and librarianship. In pursuit of this mission, the Association undertakes:

1. to provide a framework whereby librarians and other people and groups interested in theological and religious libraries and librarianship can interact, learn and work towards the development and improvement of theological and religious libraries and the role and function of such libraries in theological education;

2. to educate persons on acceptable standards of librarianship among theological and religious libraries, and to support the implementation and development of such standards;

3. to promote information services in support of teaching, learning and research in theology, religion and related disciplines, and to create such tools and aids as may be helpful in accomplishing this;

4. to foster, as part of an education program, inter-library cooperation at both regional and national levels; and

5. to publish and disseminate literature and information in respect of theological and religious librarianship.

 
Pacific Islands Association of Libraries, Archives, and Museums (PIALA) PDF Print E-mail

Pacific Islands Association of Libraries, Archives, and Museums (PIALA)

Established in 1991, the Pacific Islands Association of Libraries, Archives, and Museums (PIALA) is a regional association committed to fostering awareness and encouraging cooperation and resource sharing among libraries, archives, museums, and related institutions of the Pacific Islands. Know More...
 
Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) PDF Print E-mail

Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA)

The Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) is the peak professional organisation for the Australian library and information services sector. Know More....

 
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