School Libraries During and Post COVID-19: Series 2

Hosted by Karen Bonanno, Eduwebinar, with school library practitioners
25 June 2020

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 (Campaign Coordinator, Students Need School Libraries), Karen Malbon (Manager of Library Services, Melbourne Girls Grammar), Karine Lespinasse (Teacher Librarian Pre-School, German European School Singapore) and June Wall (Past President, Australian School Library Association & School Library Association of New South Wales). Together we will share and discuss ideas, experiences and strategies on the way school library personnel have responded to the change and the transition back to school. We will also explore how we need to think strategically about what happens post-COVID-19.

This is a Teacher Identified Professional Learning Course. [Note: A certificate of attendance can be downloaded at the end of the broadcast.]

You will need to register in our replay system to view this broadcast. You can choose to view the recording within a few minutes time or at a scheduled time. These times will be displayed at the time you click on the ‘Register’ button. Click on the image below to access the recording.

Resources referred to during the broadcast

Simply Indispensable: An Action Guide for School Librarians by Janice Gilmore-See | A structured approach to advocacy for K-12 school libraries focused their energy on an active path that showcases library programs and resources and expresses the essential role librarians serve in school and student success.

Students Need School Libraries Campaign Note the Resources page.

Teaching & Learning in COVID-19 times Study, investigated by Associate Professor Louise Phillips (James Cook University, Singapore), Online qualitative survey till the end of July.

Schools of the Future: Defining new models of education for the fourth industrial revolution World Economic Forum, SDG 04: Quality Education

4 ways COVID-19 could change how we educate future generations World Economic Forum, Education and Skills

Weblink to sign up for the free webinar on Leverage Your Pedagogical Gifts to Maintain Relevance

School Libraries During and Post COVID-19: Series 1

Hosted by Karen Bonanno, Eduwebinar, with members and contributors for Students Need School Libraries
21 May 2020

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 (Campaign Coordinator for Students Need School Libraries), Lori Korodaj (Teacher Librarian, Lake Tuggeranong College), Madison Dearnaley (Teacher Librarian, Pacific Lutheran College), Sarah Love (Head of Library, Mandurah Catholic College), Belinda Cameron (Teacher Librarian, Maclean High School) and Maggie McMahon (Library Team Leader, Sacre Coeur). 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.]

You will need to register in our replay system to view this broadcast. You can choose to view the recording within a few minutes time or at a scheduled time. These times will be displayed at the time you click on the ‘Register’ button. Click on the image below to access the recording.

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

Hamilton: An American Musical

Your PLN: Source of Inspiration or Thief of Joy – Margaret Sullivan, Knowledge Quest

Students Need School Libraries 

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

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Maclean High School Library and Careers Services Centre – Facebook

Students Need School Libraries – Facebook

Students Need School Libraries – Twitter

 

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