Libraries and learning category - Professional reading
There's an increasing need for learners to develop digital literacy competence in the post-truth, fake news era, and school librarians can help.
Amidst the wealth of online resources at our fingertips about children’s and YA books — favourite blogs, author websites, nerdy bookclubs, twitter streams and newspaper pages, there is still a place for structured, objective, comprehensive and reliable review journals.
Last term, a group of keen, hard-working librarians and teachers took part in the National Library’s 5-week online course Raising readers: strengthening home school connections.
As more digital resources become available, we're all very aware of the need to promote them. There are many ways we can do this in the digital environment — Twitter, Facebook, blog, website — the list is endless. However, equally important is the promotion you do within your school library.
Wondering what happens to your loan request once you’ve submitted it to National Library’s Services to Schools team?