School Libraries During and Post COVID-19
Many school library staff have responded to the changes triggered by COVID-19. There has been a need for a rapid response to how services, resources and programs are delivered to meet the needs of students, staff and the school community at this critical time. We are all at different phases of response and recovery to the lockdown. Even so, it will be necessary to consider what is sustainable beyond COVID-19.
In this free digital broadcast, I will be joined by Holly Godfree, Lori Korodaj, Madison Dearnaley, Sarah Love, Belinda Cameron and Maggie McMahon. Together we will share and discuss ideas, experiences and strategies on the way school library personnel responded to the change. We will also explore how we need to think strategically about what happens in the next phase.
This is a Teacher Identified Professional Learning Course. [Note: A certificate of attendance can be downloaded at the end of the broadcast.]
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Resources referred to during the broadcast
School Librarians United Podcast, Episode 70 – Amy Hermon interviews Angie Miller
The School Library is Still Open! 10 Ways to Change Our Physical Spaces into Virtual Libraries – Angie Miller, Knowledge Quest
Your PLN: Source of Inspiration or Thief of Joy – Margaret Sullivan, Knowledge Quest
Madison’s Library – Book Reviews, Lists, Discussions and Displays
Miracles & Madness: Designing a connected learning library
Lori’s E-Musings – Musings and developments in thinking, learning and teaching in an online world
Lake Tuggeranong College Library – Your window on learning
Facebook & Twitter connections
Eduwebinar – Facebook
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Students Need School Libraries – Facebook
Students Need School Libraries – Twitter