Teacher Librarians are major stakeholders in the knowledge economy, and as key players must lead Australian schools — teachers, students and their parents — into the educational milieu of the 21st century.
OZTL_NET was originally created as a discussion list for information professionals working in Australian schools by the teacher librarianship academic staff at the School of Information Studies , Charles Sturt University. Since then it has grown to a community of more than 3,000 teacher librarians and information professionals. It is intended to be an effective management tool for practising TLs, and is an electronic service uniquely designed to meet the professional information needs of Australia’s school library managers and educators.
OZTL_NET Discussion List
The OZTL_NET Discussion List is open to all members of the Australian TL community and any people with a genuine interest in teacher librarianship and/or school libraries. Our strategic intention is to unite all parties who share a considerable interest in the latest developments, issues and initiatives in teacher librarianship and school libraries in Australia.
OZTL_NET’s Website Resources
Along with our discussion list tool, you will also find resources and useful information here on our new website, including;
- OZTL_NET Resources page – Offering links to a range of useful sources of resources and information for Teacher Librarians.
OZTL_NET’s Social Networks
We have also established a number of social networking tools to allow Teacher Librarians to communicate on a local and global scale. These include:
How to get in touch!?
For further information or support, check out our Contacts page.