It’s Super Conference week, which is the professional highlight of my year. This year Canadian School Libraries is partnering with the Ontario Library Association to hold our sixth biennial Treasure Mountain Canada Research Symposium and Think Tank, TMC6.
The theme of TMC6 is Participatory Learning in the Learning Commons. We have received 20 papers, and these papers will form the basis for discussion. Please visit the TMC6 website for more information about the symposium. Please visit the TMCanada Blog to read the papers and join the discussion. You can follow the discussion on Twitter using the hashtag #TMCanada2020. You can follow Super Conference with the hashtag #OLASC.
The TMC6 opening dinner is on Friday evening, and a highlight will be the presentation of CSL awards. The Angela Thacker Memorial Award will be presented to Alison Bodner of Manitoba, Alanna King of Ontario, and Sarah Wethered from British Columbia. Read more about the award and these recipients.
The very first Leading Learning Implementation Award will be presented to Pembina Trails School Division in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Read more about the award and Pembina Trails’ outstanding work.