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Educational Lending Right School Library Survey

By Keith Gove

Issue 35, Term 4 2000

The Commonwealth Department of Communications, Information Technology and the Arts (DCITA} has contracted Curriculum Corporation to conduct the Educational Lending Right School Library Survey in October-November 2000. The project will be managed by the SCIS Unit at Curriculum Corporation. The Educat

ELR – Encouraging the growth and development of Australian writing and publishing

By Ruilin Shi

Issue 110, Term 3 2019

Each year, SCIS manages the Educational Lending Right (ELR) School Library Survey on behalf of the Department of Communications and the Arts. In turn, annual payments to authors and publishers are calculated using the results of this survey, extrapolated to reach a national school score and then com

Supporting Australian book creators

By Ruilin Shi

Issue 109, Term 2 2019

t be in place that ensures authors their dues. Now many years later, I know what that system is. Since 2000–01, the Australian Government has run the Educational Lending Right (ELR) scheme, to compensate Australian book creators for having their titles held in educational libraries. Each year, a sam

Supporting Australian book creators

By Nicole Richardson, Simmone Howell

Issue 96, Term 1 2016

of book creators and publishers receiving well-deserved income are lowered. Every year, the Department of Communications and the Arts administers the Educational Lending Right (ELR) survey, an initiative of the Australian Government to make payments to eligible creators and publishers on the basis t

Supporting Australian book creators

By Laura Armstrong, Will Kostakis

Issue 91, Term 4 2014

Each year, Educational Lending Right (ELR), an Australian Government cultural program, makes payments to thousands of book creators across Australia. These payments compensate Australian book creators and publishers for income potentially lost as a result of their books being available for loan in e

Supporting Australian book creators

By Nicole Richardson, James Moloney

Issue 98, Term 3 2016

evel, and the estimates are used to determine payments. To ensure the estimates are sufficient, at least 300 schools are required to participate. The Educational Lending Right program keeps the production cycle flowing: it allows authors and publishers to continue to create books, which, in turn, al

Educational Lending Right (ELR) School Library Survey 2019–20

By Daniel Hughes

Issue 113, Term 2 2020

Many thanks to everyone who participated in last year’s ELR School Library Survey. The 2019–20 survey was one of the most efficient, and reached the highest percentage of Australian schools yet. The survey is conducted by Education Services Australia (ESA) on behalf of the Australian Government’s Of

Education Lending Right (ELR) School Library Survey 2020–21

By Daniel Hughes

Issue 117, Term 2 2021

Many thanks to everyone who participated in last year’s ELR School Library Survey. Considering the disruptions experienced during 2020, we expected to struggle to receive the required number of surveys from schools. Instead, 348 surveys were completed before the end of the school year: a tremendous

Supporting Australian book creators

By Alison Lester

Issue 110, Term 3 2019

es and sharing them with your students! In a process that my non-mathematical brain has no chance of understanding, those books are tallied up and an Educational Lending Right payment (ELR) is paid to me once a year by the Australian Government. ELR is paid to authors to make up for income lost as a

Supporting Australian book creators

By Daniel Hughes

Issue 114, Term 3 2020

Each year, Educational Lending Right (ELR), an Australian Government cultural program, makes payments to thousands of book creators and publishers across Australia. These payments compensate them for income potentially lost as a result of their books being available for loan in educational lending l

Supporting Australian book creators

By Ruilin Shi (with thanks to Jeannie Baker)

Issue 111, Term 4 2019

ian public and educational lending libraries. That is why the two Australian Lending Right Schemes (ELR and PLR) are so important to all of them. The Educational Lending Right (ELR) scheme oversees the lending rights for school, TAFE and university libraries. I was lucky enough to correspond with Je

Supporting Australian book creators

By Sally Rippin

Issue 115, Term 4 2020

st comedians and other celebrities who naturally attract a lot of attention and therefore sell more books. This is why Public Lending Right (PLR) and Educational Lending Right (ELR) payments are so important, compensating creators for royalties lost when their books are borrowed from libraries rathe

Supporting Australian book creators

By Anna Fienberg

Issue 116, Term 1 2021

atitude exercises will help alleviate low moods but when you’re in the middle of one, it’s the last thing you want to do. Yet I only have to think of Educational Lending Rights and Public Lending Rights, and boundless happiness erupts. Maybe boundless relief is the more correct term. Sadly, relief i

Supporting Australian book creators

By test1

Issue 112, Term 1 2020

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