ALIA Schools Online Forum – Starts 27 April

Victorian Curriculum

Hello Everyone,

The first online forum for 2016 will be held from Wednesday 27 April until Wednesday 4 May. The topic is: Victorian Curriculum F-10

We will explore particular aspects of this new curriculum, investigate how it aligns with the Australian curriculum and identify how as teacher librarians we can support its implementation. We will also unpack issues in both the primary and secondary school settings.

The online forum you will be conducted here on our blog:

Registration for this activity is free.

If you haven’t already signed up to receive update notifications for the blog, please click the ‘FOLLOW’ button at the bottom of the screen. The image below shows where the follow button should be located however sometimes it hides and you may need to refresh your browser.



4 thoughts on “ALIA Schools Online Forum – Starts 27 April

  1. Hi. I wanted to follow this conference and have looked for the Follow button, as per your instructions. However, I can’t see it. Could you please tell me how to do this? Thank you, Larissa Bonthorne.

    • Hi,
      The follow button can be a bit hard to find as sometimes it likes to hide! I am updating this post now to also show how you can follow the blog.

      If it doesn’t work, please let me know.

      Thanks for your message and for your interest in our online forum. 🙂

  2. Hi, Sorry if I’m being obtuse, but there is no Follow button at the bottom of the screen. What’s the best alternative way to register? Cheers, Angela

    • Hi Angela,

      The follow button is a strange thing, sometimes it is there and sometimes not! Seems to be a WordPress glitch depending on the browser/device being used. When it is visible, it is in the lower right hand corner of the screen.

      The purpose of choosing to follow the blog is so that you receive an email each time there is a new post. You don’t have to ‘follow’ in order to participate though, many people just choose to check the blog each day and post comments.

      Apologies for the confusion!

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