Providing access to R P Moore’s panoramic negatives through digitisation.more
National Library Blog
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A growing body of research suggests that reading for pleasure contributes to well-being. This blog post describes how school libraries can also support well-being, including developing spaces, services, and collections that help children and young people develop good emotional, social, physical, and mental health.more
Read some of the great ideas shared by your school library colleagues for working with teachers and students on the things that are important.more
Is it your natural instinct, when you’ve found a book you love, to want to share it with someone else? Here are a few teacher resources and tools that could enrich and inform those 'book-ish sharings', or inspire new ways to dig deeper into fiction through discussion and activities.more
Jo Mann, the Helen Zwartz scholar for 2018, talks about her scholarship experience including favourite collections and online services from the National Library.more