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T4L meets Leading Learning

One of the projects I worked on over the summer was updating the Together for Learning (T4L) website. Conceived as a living document, the website sustains the influence, usefulness and currency of Ontario’s guideline document, Together for Learning: School Libraries … Continue reading

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Ontario Needs Teacher-Librarians

Ontario is confused about its school libraries. The foundations of teacher-librarianship have never been more closely aligned with Ontario’s education priorities. Current thinking about the school library as a learning commons, exemplified by Ontario’s Together for Learning (Ontario Library Association … Continue reading

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Library Day at Queen’s Park

Yesterday I had the great pleasure of participating in the first ever Library Day at Ontario’s legislature, Queen’s Park. The event was organized by the Ontario Library Association (OLA), with the Federation of Ontario Public Libraries (FOPL), and facilitated by … Continue reading

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