Papers and conferences

Articles

Quake, C. (2020). Let me tell you a story… to help you learn. Synergy18(2). Retrieved from https://www.slav.vic.edu.au/index.php/Synergy/article/view/413

Quake C. (2019). Supporting multiple literacies through robotics clubs. Connections Magazine, 110.

Quake C. (2019). Robotics clubs: they are learning, and nobody told them to! FYI: The journal for the school information professional, 23(2).

Wright C. (2017). Access and equity for teens with reading difficulties. FYI: The journal for the school information professional, 21(1).

Wright C. (2015). So many realities: augmented reality as a library resource. FYI: The journal for the school information professional, 19(4).

Wright C. (2015). Engaging students with new and emerging technologies. Connections Magazine, 94.

Conferences

2020 | The Power of Reading | The School Library Association of Victoria (SLAV): Annual Conference held online due to COVID-19

Workshop title: Zombies, falling off cliffs, and much more! Story-based learning as a pedagogical approach.

Special focus areas:

  • Story-based learning as a pedagogical approach and engagement strategy.
  • Real-world examples of ‘storified’ units of work from Years 7 – 9.
  • The science is on our side: stories literally capture our attention.

2018 | EduTECH International Congress and Expo (Future Library Congress), held at Melbourne Convention Centre

Presentation title: “Robotics clubs in school libraries – How to start one, and why”

Special focus areas:

  • Libraries and 21st Century skills development in young people.
  • Assumptions, prerequisites, and dispelling the myths: what it ‘really’ takes to start a youth robotics club.

2017 | EduTECH International Congress and Expo (Future Library Congress), held at Sydney Convention Centre

Presentation title: “Oculus what”? VR, AR, and school libraries that change with the times.

Special focus areas:

  • Virtual reality and augmented reality as school library resources.
  • Protecting access and equity in the emerging technology landscape.

2016 | Engaging Teen Readers | The School Library Association of Victoria (SLAV): Conference held at the State Library of Victoria.

Workshop title: Access and equity for teens with reading difficulties.

Special focus areas:

  • Free assistive technologies (websites and apps).
  • Alternative formats to accommodate special needs.

2015 | It’s a Digital World | The School Library Association of Victoria (SLAV): Premier Conference.

Workshop title: So many realities: augmented reality as a library resource.