Resources

NSLA's welcomes the addition of social infrastructure to the audit and recommends consideration of a number of additional challenges to libraries in meeting users' needs, including: consumer expectations, research infrastructure, reductions in capital funding, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and collections, volunteers.
NSLA's inquiry submission calls for the recognition of libraries as trusted public institutions that support the collection and preservation of Australia's diverse cultural heritage and strengthen civic engagement.
Guidelines for working with donations of digital materials.
Principles outlining how born-digital collections will be acquired by NSLA libraries.
NSLA joint submission with ALIA and ALCC calls for Australian Standards to be made publicly accessible through our libraries.