Libraries and Learning
Five suggestions to better support indigenous knowledge in New Zealand school libraries.
Annotexting is a process that involves the collection of thoughts, observations and reactions to reading, that show evidence of critical thought.
Expect more: demanding better libraries for today’s complex world is a free e-book by David Lankes, author of The atlas of new librarianship.
If your library has an online presence, consider carrying out a stocktake / review of the types of resources available and evaluate the success in supporting student learning.
A Contemporary conversation, the programme currently running at the National Library in Wellington, addresses the First World War and its ongoing impact on New Zealand.