“Hacking” the missing component in many digital literacy programmes.
Will schools be ready for VR? Learning from our mistakes: the Tablet Rush If only I had a dollar for every teacher I have heard, lamenting the fact that our school system just was not […]
Whose information literacy? The capacity for local conditions and issues to influence the way information literacy is defined and taught, is a concept that has gained significant momentum over the last decade among librarians and […]
Student wellbeing policies usually make reference to a ‘culture of inclusiveness’. This culture is one where differences do not lead to discrimination, and where every child feels equally safe and valued. I have been thinking […]
SLAV Nov, 2016 Conference: Engaging Teens with Reading Download the paper I wrote for this conference. I was asked if I could please post a copy of my presentation slides and video tutorials, from the […]
What role does your school library play on Open Night? Indeed, does your school library even play a role? When prospective students and their parents stream into your school to assess its worth and suitability, […]
SO MANY REALITIES Augmented reality as a library resource This paper was presented at the School Library Association of Victoria (SLAV) Premier Conference, 2015: It’s a Digital World Librarians should perhaps be alarmed that in […]