ALIA’s elists promote discussion between groups of people who share similar interests. They are designed to enable people to debate topics of interest, pass on links to interesting information and seek advice and feedback from peers. Please visit our elist guidelines page for information about using elists.
aliaACTive is the ALIA elist affiliated with the aliaACTive group.
ALIACRR is the ALIA elist affiliated with the ALIA Canberra and Region Retirees Group.
Australian elist for children's and youth services in libraries.
Supporting library workers in the Hunter region of New South Wales.
This elist provides a forum for all NT school library staff where they can discuss issues, ask questions, network, share ideas, information and resources, and learn from one another.
ALIA Prison Libraries Group promotes the interests of prison and detention centre libraries and those who use and operate them. It provides opportunities for the sharing of information and resources to enable the provision of best possible library services to adults and children housed in all forms of detention.
ALIA research and information services group [Victoria]
ALIA Rare Books and Special Collections unites librarians responsible for, and interested in, rare books and special collections. This group provides a forum for discussion and the exchange of information on matters of interest to librarians working with rare books as well as special collections (including collections of ephemera, manuscripts, maps and pictorial materials). Our focus is on the collection, description, interpretation, preservation and use of these materials.
A forum for retirees and those nearing retirement to stay connected.
The information and discussion elist for members of ALIA SA.
For specialist information professionals in South Australia.
This list aims to assist with the communication and networking of special libraries and their staff across Australia - with news and events of interest to special libraries both in Australia and overseas.
The ALIA elist for library sector students.
A forum for discussion of WA public library ITC / e-services issues