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What the students want....

Once a month I post a question of the month.  This month, I had a student ask if he could come up with the question.  I was quick to agree and was pleasantly surprised and happy with his question.  139 more words

Library Promotion

High School Program Ideas

Looking for some ideas to do in your high school library?   Here are a few for the upcoming months:

Book Crane Reading Challenge: 
Beaconsfield High School did this last year with amazing results.  261 more words

Library Promotion


It happened. I drank the Kool-Aid and now can’t help but feel passionately that libraries are vitally important to the communities to which they belong. This passion often manifests itself in my attempts to market the public library I work at on various social media sites. 139 more words

Library Promotion

RSS feeds for school libraries

How can RSS enhance a library or information service’s ability to meet the information needs of its users? 

What is an RSS Feed?

Feeds allow websites to deliver content and updates via a subscription to users. 490 more words

Teaching And Learning

The Importance of a Library Webpage

Take Our Poll

In my opinion, it is really important to have a webpage for your school library – especially if you are a high school library.  205 more words

21st Century Libraries

Madison loves books!

It’s hard to believe that another year has spun by so quickly!

Prior to heading off for our summer holiday break at this end of the world, I’ve collected together a huge bundle of books to read while enjoying a much needed rest. 115 more words

Books & Reading

Book Promotion Idea #15 – Read around the world

All schools believe in the importance of encouraging its students to learn languages other than English.   While some schools offer classes in one or perhaps two additional languages, I’m really lucky to be working in a school which offers our secondary students the opportunity to learn any one of four foreign languages! 567 more words

Books & Reading