Services to Schools' new Topic Explorer gives learners and educators direct access to hand-picked resources.
7 February 2017 is Safer Internet Day. With the theme of ‘Be the change: Unite for a better internet’ the focus is on making the internet a safer and better place for all, especially young people.more
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
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
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
In Term 2 2017, He Tohu opens at the National Library of New Zealand in Wellington. We will have online learning resources and exhibition visits for schools.more