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Easy access to library services: public and school libraries working together. Makerspace programs in schools With schools finding it increasingly hard to make it to the library in Feilding, we started taking our programs out to the schools instead.

Easy access to library services: public and school libraries working together

We realised it was far easier to send a library team member out to schools with a program kit than to try and bus 30 children into town. Don’t get me wrong, we love it when schools visit us, especially with the author tours. But by going out to them, we now see children engaging in programs far more often. Our library team members head out to schools and run programs that are mostly based around STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Mathematics), especially focusing on the new digital curriculum.

These STEAM sessions have become popular additions to our school library lunchtime calendar, often with the same eager students regularly returning to take part. ... by going out to them, we now see children engaging in programs far more often. Digital Lending Program. Simplifying Library Resources. Simplicity is something that school librarians, teachers, and students welcome right now.

Simplifying Library Resources

As Julia Hobsbawm, the author of The Simplicity Principle, puts it, “The human desire for simplicity is ancient, and especially evident during times in which society undergoes upheaval” (2020). Each day, educators face the overwhelming details of remote and hybrid instruction: Zoom meetings that require microphone/camera set-ups, multiple monitors, security settings, and technological troubleshooting; class schedules that fluster even the most organized among us; mask-wearing aggravations including fogging eyeglasses and earlobe bruises; and the constant influx of contradictory information about COVID-19 that floods our minds. Children of any age are short on patience but teens, especially, crave quick solutions and straightforward instructions. A List of Comprehensive Topics That Are a Simple Click Away on Our High School Library Course Page: Work Cited” Hobsbawm, Julia. 2020.

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Idea Store - Home. Coffs Harbour City Library - e-Resources & Databases. Library - Wollongong High School. Welcome to the WHSPA Library!

Library - Wollongong High School

We are located on the top floor of D Block, above TAS. We have a lovely bright space for you to study or read. The library has a reading section, 31 student computers for study and research, quiet study carousels, two seminar rooms for teachers and seniors. and lots of tables for study. The books are divided into easy sections for you to find what you need: Fiction Non-Fiction Reference Senior Study Biographies Short Stories True Stories Easy read Non-Fiction Graphic Novels Picture Books Magazines and newspapers Mrs Pfister - Teacher Librarian Mrs Pfister is a qualified Teacher Librarian, with a Masters in Teacher Librarianship from CSU Wagga.

Ms Palmer - Library Assistant Ms Palmer completes all administration & clerical duties required in the library. Here is some basic info for you to remember: Opening times: 8:30 - 3:10; Recess and Lunch (closed Lunch1 Tuesdays) Seniors: Welcome during study periods – sign in at front desk; Services: BankSIA - Welcome. BankSIA - Welcome. John Edmondson High School. Teachers Federation Library. Role of the Library Federation has offered a library service to its members since 1922.

Teachers Federation Library

In identifying a new role for the Federation Library, Executive at its meeting of 1 May 2007, determined that: "The Library will provide an Information Service to support the work of the NSW Teachers Federation and to support the professional development needs of members...The Library and Information Service will facilitate knowledge building, knowledge sharing and learning among a community of Federation officers, executive members and members of the Federation. " Services The Library is available to all Federation members, and has resources related to campaigns, industrial work, equity and professional development issues that are supported by the Federation. Free access to Internet is provided for members who visit the Library. Photocopying and printing The charge for photocopying and printing is 25 cents per A4 sheet of paper. Borrowing Members may borrow up to six items for a period of four weeks. Libraries and Learning. Skip to main content You are here Home » Blogs » Libraries and Learning Join the conversation: Sign up or Log on Libraries and Learning 17 April 2014 | Posted by Andrew Cowie Build it and they will run Even when busy, it's still important to remember to look around at the many opportunities for professional growth.

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Read more 16 April 2014 | Posted by Jeannie S Creating reading nooks in your library If given a choice of where to sit and read, chances are you’d find a comfortable spot tucked away somewhere in a corner. Read more 09 April 2014 | Posted by Andrew Cowie Rethink, Recreate, Redefine Reflections on the Orewa BYOD Conference of 2014. Read more 08 April 2014 | Posted by Robert Baigent Question time! AnyQuestions is designed to help develop the information literacy skills of New Zealand school students. Read more 01 April 2014 | Posted by Caroline Bouffard When did you last back up your computer?

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