Libraries and Learning

08 September 2015 | Author: Gail Cochrane

What a great idea - weeded books turned into works of art!  When visiting Te Puke Intermediate School, I spotted sculptured paper crafts decorating the library’s interior.

01 September 2015 | Author: Gail Cochrane

The other day I came across this delightful description of newspapers as being “living textbooks [that] write history as it unfolds” (The Marrietta Times).

24 August 2015 | Author: Jeannie Skinner

This term has seen poetry much more part of my every day for one reason and another, and this post is to wish the same for you.

18 August 2015 | Author: Storylines Children’s Literature Charitable Trust of New Zealand

New Zealand’s largest children’s book festival gets under way 22-30 August with more than 60 leading authors, illustrators and storytellers appearing at six venues around the country, from Dunedin to Kerikeri.

11 August 2015 | Author: Maxine Ramsay

In recent years we have witnessed the evolution of content curation, as it has become an increasingly recognised skill set that can be applied across multiple contexts.