Tag: teacher-librarians

Advocacy, My Daughter, Morris Gleitzman & Jackie French

The School Library Association of NSW invited me to speak about advocacy at their recent conference at the State Library of NSW. I was asked to […] 

BYOD: books from our local libraries

Students in Australian schools could be given access to a wealth of pre-existing online books and journals with just a little coordination by the state. […] 

The Quiet Revolution at Your Local Library

The future of the book has been widely discussed in the last decade, as has that great democratic institution, the library. Both have been challenged […] 

Teacher-Librarians

Thanks to Robyn Beyer and the organising committee of the Northern Sydney Regional Teacher-Librarian conference for kindly inviting me to present the keynote today. It was […] 

Teacher-librarians: Digital Communication Tools (Part II)

In the age of ‘infowhelm’ choosing the appropriate digital communication tools – to stay in-the-loop and professionally connected – is essential for any professional person, […] 

Teacher-librarians: Context (Part I)

I am presenting to teacher-librarian colleagues about ‘digital communication tools’ this week.  I’d rather say we are ‘collaborating’ than I am ‘presenting’ and have used […] 

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