Deputy Director, Learning and Engagement at La Trobe University Library, Australia
Fiona Salisbury is the Deputy Director, Learning and Engagement at La Trobe University Library. Fiona has worked at La Trobe since 2006 and her portfolio responsibilities include learning and teaching programs and services, web and elearning development, evaluation, communications, and collaborative library initiatives related to curriculum design.
Before working at La Trobe University Fiona held a number of positions at the University of Melbourne Library. Fiona is co-chair of the ALIA Research Advisory Committee and is passionate about building professionals’ capacity for evidence-based practice in the library and information services sector.
Lightning Round Session Would you like to take part in a community of practice on digital literacies? Come along and hear about Digital Literacies ANZ; the Webinars that have already been delivered, the partnerships built and the outcomes as a result. Take this opportunity to meet and network with likeminded professionals. In 2015 The Council […]
Summary La Trobe University’s Digital Literacies Framework (DLF) outlines the digital skills, capabilities and attitudes which will allow students and staff to operate confidently, proficiently and successfully in a changing digital environment. The DLF has been developed collaboratively across the university, based on evidence gathered from La Trobe staff and students, and informed by international […]