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Launch of the website “Profession : prof doc” about French teacher librarians

The A.P.D.E.N (Association of French teachers librarians of State secondary schools) is very pleased to announce you the launch of the website called « Profession : prof doc » (in english : « Profession : teacher librarians »). The website is available on : http://professionprofdoc.educapass.fr/ This website is intended for those who wish to know more about French […]

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Reading Promotion in Singapore

Many schools in Singapore have been very creative in finding ways to encourage their students to read. In doing so, they have nurtured a whole school reading environment in which teachers are reading role models, books and eBooks are widely available, and time (yes, curriculum time even!) is set aside […]

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School libraries and technology book

Rowman & Littlefield is excited to announce that the Third Edition of the Technology and the School Library: A Comprehensive Guide for Media Specialists and Other Educators by Odin L. Jurkowski will be publishing in July 2017. Pre-order at https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781442276437/Technology-and-the-School-Library-A-Comprehensive-Guide-for-Media-Specialists-and-Other-Educators-Third-Edition

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New Canadian journal

Canadian School Libraries, the new national school library association of Canada, is an IASL member. The first edition of its new Canadian School Libraries Journal has just been released. Great content, inviting format. Please have a look! http://journal.canadianschoollibraries.ca/

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French school library document

Le monde change, les bibliothèques scolaires aussi. C’est le leitmotiv qui semble avoir guidé les auteures d’un document intitulé La bibliothèque scolaire du XXIe siècle : un modèle en 4 axes. Préparé par l’Association pour la promotion des services documentaires scolaires (APSDS), le document propose « un modèle dynamique de la […]

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Online information literacy lesson plans

“CORA stands for Community of Online Research Assignments. CORA is on online, open-access platform of librarian and faculty contributed assignments, lesson plans, and activities that engage with information literacy concepts and practices and is intended to be a collaborative space for adapting and experimenting with research assignments. What assignments are […]

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