The ALISS (A Local Information System for Scotland) programme is funded by the Scottish Government and delivered by the Health and Social Care ALLIANCE Scotland. The programme works closely with existing ALLIANCE programmes, membership and networks as well as public services and communities in Scotland to make information about local sources of support more findable. Find out more about the work we do, the approach we take and how to get involved by clicking on the links below.
Short overview of the ALISS programme and how you can get involved!
Views on ALISS, background to the programme, the ALISS model and benefits, ALISS in action case stuides.
Table demonstrating the benefits of the ALISS model compared to traditional models for gathering, maintaining and presenting information.
Training pack for running short and long asset mapping workshops with your friends, colleagues, service users etc
Guidance on using the ALISS account holder platform.
A simple guide to creating a good record in ALISS
Terms and conditions for ALISS account holders
ALISS API documentation where you will find all the information you need to use the ALISS in your own application
The ALISS engine is open source, so you are able to see the code on github, forks and pull requests are very welcome!