ALIA

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ALIAAustralian Library and Information Association
ALIAAlberta Lawyers Insurance Association (Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
ALIAAffordable Life Insurance Alliance (various locations)
ALIAAssociate of the Life Assurance Association (UK professional qualification)
ALIAAustralasian Lighting Industry Association, Inc. (Australia)
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(14) Australian Library and Information Association Australia's library labour force Deakin, Australian Library and Information Association 2007 http://membership.alia.org.au/scripts/cgiip.exe/WSer vice=ALIA/ccms.r?pageid=10128 Accessed 7 April 2012; and Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relations Australian jobs Canberra, DEEWR 2011 http://webcache.googleusercontent.
(For a current list of the Australian Library and Information Association accredited courses in LIS, see www.alia.org.au/education/courses/librarianship.html)
The group is using a packaged self-education marketing course produced by the Australian Library and Information Association (Nicholson, 1993) to assist them in their venture.
Ian is a fellow and certified practitioner of the Australian Library and Information Association, recipient of its HCL Anderson Award, and a member of the American Library Association.
1 That the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) and the Library and Information Association of New Zealand Aotearoa (LIANZA) adapt and endorse the YALSA Young adults deserve the best competencies for librarians serving young adults to suit the local environment as recommended skills for Australian and New Zealand library staff working with youth.
Seven decades later, after two name changes, the direct successor of the AIL, the Australian Library and Information Association, is celebrating its 70th birthday.
4 National and State Libraries Australasia (NSLA), in association with the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA), Public Libraries Australia (PLA), and the Library and Information Association of NZ Aotearoa (LIANZA) commission research to
The Australian Library and Information Association's (Alia) policy on free access to information (4) asserts the equal and equitable rights of citizens to information regardless of age, race, gender, religion, disability, cultural identity, language, socioeconomic status, lifestyle choice, political allegiance or social viewpoint
* Australian Library and Information Association's Guidelines for Australian home library services www.alia.org.au/policies/home.library, service.
As the response to the report by the Australian Library and Information Association states The report, submissions and evidence draw together valuable information and data on the composition, achievements and activities of and challenges for the library and information sector.
At the end of last year the Australian Library and Information Association endorsed the Guidelines for Australian home library services developed by its Home Library Services Group.
A background to this paper was recently published in the conference proceedings of the Australian Library and Information Association (Alia) Public Libraries Conference held in Perth, WA in November 1999[1] and should be read in conjunction with it.
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