Article: Researcher's Perspective: Is teacher librarianship in crisis in digital environments? An Australian perspective Abstract: "The information environment of a good school library has been undergoing a transformation, powered by technology and trans-media influences in our classrooms. The role of the teacher librarian is to promote books, reading and research, in old ways and new … Continue reading Article: Researcher’s Perspective: Is teacher librarianship in crisis in digital environments? An Australian Perspective
Article: Challenges for teacher librarianship in the 21st century In her three-part article, Barabara Combes of Edith Cowan University, investigates the three main challenges faced by the profession of teacher librarianship in the 21st century, technology, time and workload, and status and role. Read the part one in Issue 66 of SCIS Connections. Read the … Continue reading Article: Challenges for teacher librarianship in the 21st century
The Conversation: Don't worry, a school library with fewer books and more technology is good for today's students In response to a recent article about a school changing its library services, this article discusses the importance of school libraries and how libraries work with and teach students to use technology well. Read the full article … Continue reading The Conversation: Don’t worry, a school library with fewer books and more technology is good for today’s students
Teacher Librarians pioneered the introduction of technology in schools and still play a critical and leading role today. In this blog post Teacher Librarian Deb Robins looks back on 30 years as a Teacher Librarian and her key role in implementing technological change and ensuring equitable access for all students. She considers what the future … Continue reading How Did We Get Here?