Libraries and Learning
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a framework centred on an inclusive approach to education incorporating the needs of every learner.
Digital inclusion is intended to empower communities so they have the ability to access and use technology to increase their opportunities and improve their lives.
Our two new School libraries supporting learning, Part 1 online courses (Primary and Secondary) were a resounding success during Term 2. Both had full intakes with a second intake for the primary course full as well.
World War One - In Our Own Voice and our exhibition, World War One - A Contemporary Conversation, provide excellent opportunities for students to explore the War's impact on New Zealand.
When visiting the State Library of Victoria recently and enjoying the Mirror of the World exhibition, I was impressed by the magnificent, enormous Audubon book, Birds of America. But, even this splendid work of art had an oval stamp in green ink declaring MELBOURNE PUBLIC LIBRARY.