Libraries and learning category - Professional reading

12 December 2016 | Author: Samuel Beyer

There's an increasing need for learners to develop digital literacy competence in the post-truth, fake news era, and school librarians can help.

22 November 2016 | Author: Jeannie Skinner

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.

30 September 2016 | Author: Jeannie Skinner

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. 

26 July 2016 | Author: Cathy Peck

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.

11 May 2016 | Posted by Jorb

Wondering what happens to your loan request once you’ve submitted it to National Library’s Services to Schools team?