ILN and ALIA announce partnership

The International Librarians Network (ILN) and the Australian Library and Information Association (ALIA) are pleased to announce they are partnering in a new arrangement which will benefit ALIA members and library and information professionals around the world.

From January 2016, ALIA will be offering their members the opportunity to participate in the ALIA Mentoring Scheme, powered by the International Librarians Network.  The ILN will facilitate international peer mentoring for ALIA members and participation will attract ALIA PD points for members engaged in ongoing learning through the ALIA PD Scheme.

We have already welcomed many Australian library and information professionals into the ILN community and we are thrilled to be working with ALIA to offer international peer-mentoring to their members.

7 comments

  1. chipo mashoro · · Reply

    Hie….hope everyone is great.Are there people who are willing to help our library and archives migrate from an analogue stage to a digital stage any ideas on how we can migrate will be of most importance and if you think you can work with us in terms of the project please feel free to email me.We are also looking for consultants on the project and softwares and the rest of the project . I thank you in advance.

  2. Great achievement !!!

  3. Fantastic! A natural fit.

  4. Karen Bryan · · Reply

    This is awesome news!

    1. Thanks Karen – We are very pleased!

    1. Thanks iwintheinterwebs – We’re very happy to be working with ALIA.

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