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Judy O'Connell

SCIS | Building a vibrant future for school library conversations - 7 views

    "The School of Information Studies ( at Charles Sturt University (CSU) is a national and international provider in the design and delivery of a comprehensive suite of courses in library and information studies. We face many challenges, and among these the latest one has been to respond to new media environments by expanding the scope of our services to the vitally important information professionals we know as teacher librarians."
Cathy Oxley

30 Sci Fi Writing Prompts - 11 views

    This list has a Creative Commons licence, so can be used and shared.
Judy O'Connell

SCIS | Teacher librarians as cultural change agents - 13 views

    "Teacher librarians are involved in the process of change whether they are implementing a program for the first time, making changes to an established program, or participating in some aspect of ongoing school improvement" (Oberg, 1990). The very essence of the work of teacher librarians - improving teaching and learning - requires that they work within the culture of the school and that they also work to change the culture of the school.

SCIS | Seven strategies to develop your advocacy toolkit - 0 views

    Karen Bonanno provides a series of advocacy activities that can help school library staff influence policy, advising that to bring about change requires consistent and persistent effort to shift perceptions. She advocates maintaining regular positive activity which can be supported by strategies such as identifying a memorable message, capturing killer statistics, gathering startling facts and statements and leveraging the network.
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