Naace

Library Membership

Naace membership is open to any person who is able to contribute to the achievement of its primary aim: to advance education through the appropriate use of technology. Applications are welcome from anyone who shares the aim of the Association.


How do I join Naace as a Library member?

  • Alternatively download the application form below. Please post your application to: Naace, The Membership Officer, The Sir Colin Campbell Building, University of Nottingham Innovation Park, Triumph Road, Nottingham, NG7 2TU, fax to 0870 241 4115, or email membership@naace.co.uk

What do I get as a member of Naace?

The key benefits that are available to Naace members include:

  • Support through community, networking & collaboration
  • Career enhancing opportunities - e.g. opportunity to contribute to Naace       activities such as Naace Curriculum Development, Self-review Framework    Committee, Naace Board of Management or various Naace Expert Groups
  • Representation nationally & internationally - invitations to contribute to Naace consultations
  • Resources - bi-weekly e-Newsletter, online academic publications and guidance papers
  • Naace member exclusive opportunities e.g. discounts on purchases from        selected suppliers or free product trials
  • Discounts to attend events throughout the year, including:  CPD events, Think Tanks, Regional Conferences and the Naace Annual Strategic Conference
  • Opportunity to apply for the coveted 3rd Millennium Learning Award (if you are a school member)
  • Access to a FREE Self-review Framework demo account that enables Members to explore the tool and its features

And much more…

Please feel free to contact the membership team, for further details or to discuss membership options. Phone: 0115 748 4367 Email: membership@naace.co.uk

Library Membership
Naace membership is open to any person who is able to contribute to the achievement of its primary aim: to advance education through the appropriate use of technology. Applications are welcome from anyone who shares the aim of the Association.