Showing 241 - 244 of 244 results for School libraries

Addressing reconciliation in a school setting

By Jan Poona

Issue 94, Term 3 2015

mber 299.9215. And that's a win for reconciliation! Teacher librarians, SCIS, and reconciliation Dreaming stories are purchased in their thousands by school libraries and used with school children as part of the curriculum. However, few teacher librarians would do their own cataloguing. Instead, the

Emily Rodda on treasured stories

By Nicole Richardson

Issue 108, Term 1 2019

this”. It’s all about putting the right book into the hands of the person who is going to love it — and having the knowledge to be able to do that.’ School libraries as saviours ‘Stories should be at the absolute centre of any education,’ Emily says. It is for this reason that she has been disheart

Library catalogues and the World Wide Web: it takes two to tango

By Nicole Richardson

Issue 101, Term 2 2017

s, it’s also an ideal selection aid that can eliminate another step in your selection process, and point you in the direction of resources that other school libraries are using.While these services can be supplied by external platforms, library management systems (LMSs) can include features such as

Stories make us: in conversation with Morris Gleitzman

By Nicole Richardson

Issue 105, Term 2 2018

n doors to new experiences Morris Gleitzman’s predecessor Leigh Hobbs spent a large portion of his laureateship campaigning for school librarians and school libraries, especially in response to their diminishing roles in some schools. Morris also understands the important role that school library st