“Hacking” the missing component in many digital literacy programmes.
Category: Defining libraries
Play as an approach
Play is not so much an activity as it is an approach. It is a very particular, instinctual, joyous approach towards interacting with our environment and each other. It is not something that only children […]
Many people see libraries as places of content. This is true, but it is not the whole truth. Where content delivery in concerned, libraries in fact offer contextualised content. Librarians manufacture contexts all the time… […]
Silence & Noise
Silence is a resource. Silence must be available to those who need it, but the days of blanket silence in the library, as a rule, are long gone.There are a few unusual libraries for which […]
Ask a random person on the street “what is a library?”, and you will likely receive a reply something along the lines of the following: “It’s where you borrow books” “You can study there” “People […]
We create the school library experience every day.
What happens in libraries? ….more than many folk think! That’s why I started this site a few minutes ago. The real question is “what is happening to libraries”! The Library, as an institution, is undergoing drastic […]