Libraries and Learning
Part 3 of the Creating a school library website series: Following careful evaluation, and after talking to others in her team Tami has decided to use WordPress as her chosen website building tool.
After surveying students it has become clear that the library website will focus on providing access to curated resources, reputable databases, and informing students about new releases to encourage reading. Tami now moves onto choosing a website building tool.
An exhibition now on at the National Library's Auckland Centre showcases examples of Chinese New Year pictures. Called Nianhua (年画) in Mandarin, they are an important form of folk art that has been very popular in China for many years.
Your school library website can be an effective way to connect with students, staff, and your wider school community. A carefully constructed website is incredibly valuable, but it can take time to work through what to include, which tools to use, and how to best support your students.
The GIF IT UP 2015 challenge winners have been announced.