Read some case studies showing how schools are coordinating and managing their school loans.
Innovative, imaginative and successful initiatives from librarians and teachers around NZ show how a vibrant library benefits the whole school community.
Get information to help organise and manage your school library team, including job descriptions, performance appraisals, qualifications and overseeing stude...
When you’ve gathered the requirements for your collection, you can develop your collection management plan and implement the collection management cycle.
About Services to Schools' online professional development (online PD) courses for school librarians and teachers — how our courses work, terms and conditions.
Wellesley College have a thriving reading culture and are reaping the benefits, which include winning the Kids’ Lit Quiz 2016 world final in Auckland.
When Michelle Simms, Library Manager at Te Totara School read an article by Jennifer LaGarde, she was inspired to transform her fiction collection by shelvin...
How could a group of Marlborough schools encourage a more seamless, building blocks approach to inquiry, research processes and skills across all school lev...
Rebecca Smith from Freyberg High School reflects on what she has learned and done since participating in our Curating content for digital learners course.
Hawera High School's library has helped their students cope with information overload by curating online content. As a result digital literacy amongst stude...
Find advice and help with planning and developing your library's online presence, including websites and using social media.
Your online presence can be a virtual hub that gives learners, teachers, parents and whānau 24/7 access to your library's digital resources.
Find advice to help you create an engaging and dynamic virtual school library that supports learning, and connects the library with your community.
You can use social media in your library to interact and connect with your school community, to support reading, inquiry and digital literacy.
Find out why school libraries matter, and what you need to create an effective library that will make a positive difference for your school community.
Inquiry-based learning is a process where the students explore rich and significant questions leading to deep learning and new understanding.
The school library supports inquiry by providing an inclusive collection and a rich learning space where skilled library staff collaborate with teachers.
Here are some tips for creating a succinct, engaging annual report that shows evidence of your school library's impact on teaching and learning.
Papers Past has a wealth of digitised historical New Zealand content covering newspapers, magazines, journals, letters, diaries and parliamentary papers.
You can add ebooks to your library collection, to encourage and support reading and research in your school community.