About NSLA projects and communities of practice 

NSLA sponsors project groups and communities of practice in areas of strategic importance to member libraries. Their primary purpose is to share specialist knowledge and insights, build relationships, foster innovation and develop a sense of community across the network.

Project groups differ from communities of practice in that they are undertaking defined, resourced pieces of project work with very specific objectives and timeframes. Most project groups hold an annual face-to-face meeting, as well as regular web conferences. 

Read more about NSLA's program approach.