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This guide links to University of Melbourne resources relevant to the library and information management sector.
Last Updated: Aug 28, 2014 URL: http://unimelb.libguides.com/lis Print Guide RSS Updates

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Introduction

This LibGuide is intended as a resource for University of Melbourne Library staff. This homepage provides access points to a range of useful resources for the profession. The libguide also provides links to the catalogue records for a broad range of library related journals through the a-z tabs and the relevant databases as provided to University staff and students.

Please let us know if you have any suggestions for any additional resources you would like to see on this page.

 

Study

The Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) provides accreditation for library studies and information management courses  in Australia. Details of accredited courses and schools around the country can be found through their website.

If you have completed your formal qualification the ALIA professional development scheme is a great way to keep up to date with changes in the profession.

 

Blogs

There are many library themed blogs available. A great place to start looking for Australian library blogs is Libraries Interact's listing of Australian Library Blogs. There are a number of other lists of library blogs out there another good source that is not restricted to Australian content is 'top 25' Librarian blogs which has been put together by Online Education Database.

You might also be interested in keeping up to date with the latest national library news and conferences through the ALIA blog.

Closer to home The University of Melbourne Library publishes a blog for library staff called Library Intelligencer.

 

Professional Associations

There are a wide variety of professional associations for librarians. Some of these are International in focus and some are specific to a country or region. There are a number of associations representing particular areas of librarianship. Professional associations can be a rich source for networking, publications, standards etc. Please follow the links below for more information:

Australian

Australian Libraries and Information Association (ALIA)

American Library Association (ALA)

Australian Law Librarians' Association (ALLA)

Australian School Librarians Association (ASLA)

Australian Society of Archivists Inc (ASA)

Records and Information Management Professionals Australasia (RIM)

VALA (libraries, technology and the future)

Foreign/International

American Library Association (ALA)

Canadian Library Association (CLA)

International Federation of Library Association and Institutions (IFLA)

Wikipedia has a fairly extensive list here.

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