Libraries and Learning
In schools, modern library learning environments are an important hub for developing the essential 21st century ability of 'adaptive expertise'.
This headline hit the news recently — 'Libraries become teaching spaces at overcrowded schools'. Now some schools also face leaky or earthquake-prone buildings. If your library space is unavailable or needed as a classroom, here are some things you can do to remain operational.
ULearn 2016 was a fantastic opportunity to showcase new and refreshed Services to Schools services that provide digital gateways to rich resources supporting inquiry learning.
In Term 2 2017, He Tohu opens at the National Library of New Zealand in Wellington. We will have online learning resources and exhibition visits for schools.
The National Library’s learning team have a new programme for schools. We’re collaborating with Alexander Turnbull Library, Ngā Taonga Sound and Vision, Wellington Museum, and Petone Settlers museum to offer rich learning experiences for schools about Wellington’s urban development.