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Information Literacy Spaces

Improving students’ information literacy competencies and learning across the senior secondary and tertiary sectors

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Research Planning with Students

The library I work in at Southland Boys' High School has been a flurry of research activity this year!  Last term Year 7 & 8 classes were researching World War I, Year 9 & 10 social studies classes a variety of... Continue Reading →

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The hidden gem in the heart of our schools: The library

Source: https://www.linkinglearning.com.au/reading-in-2016-digital-vs-print-the-ultimate-smackdown/ It’s an exciting time for our Information literacy spaces team as we plan for this year’s research. We are liaising with our schools and tertiary institutions, have navigated our way through the human ethics approval process (still waiting... Continue Reading →

Should we still have print encyclopaedias in our libraries?

A discussion that regularly crops up within the school library fraternity, particularly at this time of the year when budgets are on our minds, is the debate around whether to update our print encyclopaedias.  Over the past few years, the perception... Continue Reading →

The intersection between schools, libraries and learning

School librarians are a crucial component in enhancing the student learning experience, and while I acknowledge there is huge and important work being done in the development and support of a reading society, in this post I want to focus... Continue Reading →

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