Monthly Archives: January 2013

T4L Video Intro

I’ve been spending a great deal of time over the past few months working on the new Together for Learning website, which transforms the visionary guideline document for school libraries published in 2010 into a living document. My most recent … Continue reading

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Getting the Message Right

Advocacy for school libraries and for teacher-librarians is a tricky business. Clearly we have powerful ideas and evidence to share. In an atmosphere of seemingly perpetual crisis, however, advocacy often tends to focus on pointing out what is wrong rather … Continue reading

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What About Wikipedia?

I’ve just created a page about using Wikipedia on the WRDSB Library Learning Commons website, and thought I’d share it here. The focus is on being your own filter in assessing the quality of Wikipedia articles, using Wikipedia’s own social … Continue reading

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