Reimagining the library landscape: an approach to school library design
Carey Baptist Grammar School recently rebuilt their middle and senior library. Anne Whisken outlines their library’s approach to designing learning spaces, ensuring all students’ needs are catered for.
Turning the school library into a thriving community hub
Anne Devenish explains how engaging with your school’s wider community can help your library become a thriving, welcoming space.
ELR, or the super fund you have when you don’t have a super fund
Acclaimed author Nadia Wheatley was part of the original committee that championed the ELR initiative in Australia, and here she shares her story.
Ten ways to advocate for your role as a teacher librarian
Jenny Kemp suggests ten ways you can show your school why they need their teacher librarian.
Celebrating the school library officer
Madeleine Galbraith speaks to various library officers in Western Australia about their roles, their libraries, and how they contribute to their school communities.
The challenge of implementing change
Implementing change is a process that requires time, empathy, and a shared vision between school library staff and school management teams. Angela Platt shares her experiences.
Know your rights and responsibilities: teaching digital citizenship
Susan Marshall looks at some of the rights and responsibilities that we inherit, and must teach, in the digital world.
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