More collection management resources

NSLA member libraries acknowledge their collective, individual and moral responsibilities to ensure that management and access to First Nations collection materials is culturally informed and respectful, including recognition and protection of the ongoing, communal nature of Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property (ICIP) rights.
A webinar looking at how libraries can use artificial intelligence and machine learning to benefit our work with collections and researchers.
Introduces a framework and accompanying tools to address the ongoing challenge of descriptive backlogs in archives and special collections by connecting collection development decisions with stewardship responsibilities.
A webinar about the CARE Principles and how they may apply in the Australasian context, and how libraries are working to adopt more ethical practices in relation to Indigenous data.
This statement outlines the public position of NSLA libraries regarding the provision of access to legacy oral history collections.