Thanks to all who participated in ELR 2012 Educational Lending Right (ELR) school library survey is an Australian cultural program run by the Australian Government. SCIS manages the ELR survey on behalf of the Australian Government. The ELR survey collects data to calculate the number of copies of specific titles held in Australian school libraries. [...]
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The Educational Lending Right (ELR) 2010-11 School Library Survey was commenced in the first weeks of term 4 with 600 Australian schools invited to participate. Participation involves running a small software program or performing an ordinary back up, depending on the library management system. Feedback from schools indicates that participation is quick and easy, taking [...]
Educational Lending Right (ELR) is an Australian cultural program administered by the Office for the Arts, Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. ELR scheme makes payments to eligible Australian creators and publishers whose books are held in school libraries. 600 schools have been invited to participate in this year’s Educational Lending Right school library [...]
As a result of the Educational Lending Right (ELR) 2009-10 School Library Survey, a list has been compiled of the top 100 Australian books. Again Mem Fox tops the list with Possum magic, as she has every year we have published the top 100 list. Mem has a total of 7 titles in the list. The [...]
The 2009-10 ELR school library survey has now been sent out to 600 schools. If you are one of our selected schools for the 2009/10 survey, please complete and return the survey to SCIS before the 13th of November 2009, and do your part to support amazing Australian authors like Tohby Riddle, whose 2009 CBC [...]
The ELR school library survey is about to begin for 2009 with sample schools receiving a package which includes information on the survey and how (quick and easy it is) to participate. Issue 69 of connections features the musings of teacher librarian Chris Kilfoyle of Leopold Primary School on her experiences at one of our [...]