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School Library Advocacy

Action is Eloquence (Shakespeare, Coriolanus) is my professional mantra, nowhere more so than when it comes to advocacy. I have just published a web page that brings together my presentations, articles and blog posts related to advocacy, including two new … Continue reading

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Leading Learning in the School Library Learning Commons

Well it’s finally here! The Canadian Library Association released Leading Learning: Standards of Practice for School Library Learning Commons in Canada during its recent conference in Victoria, BC. Leading Learning is a transformational document. Its core theme is how the … 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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