There's an increasing need for learners to develop digital literacy competence in the post-truth, fake news era, and school librarians can help.more
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On Thursday 24 November, Waikato Picturebook Research Unit, otherwise known as WaiPRU, hosted its inaugural symposium with the theme centred around ‘Diversity of Picture Books’. There were 14 presentations, discussing a number of different topics related to the theme and a number of staff from Services to Schools were lucky enough to attend.more
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.more
Like Mary Poppins’ magical carpet bag, this Gecko Press Annual, edited by Kate De Goldi and Susan Paris, is a virtual bag of tricks — you can open the pages and discover, seemingly endlessly, one surprising delight after another.more
This headline hit the news recently — 'Libraries become teaching spaces at overcrowded schools'. Now some schools also face leaky or earthquake-prone buildings. If your library space is unavailable or needed as a classroom, here are some things you can do to remain operational.more