A few days ago, I received a lovely gift when my friend Lisa passed on to me an adorable postcard. It’s an old photo of six little girls sitting in a row on the steps of an old house, each with an open book in her lap. 404 more words
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The primary criticism we hear about technological entertainment is that it is ‘anti-social’. I’ve also heard people insist that it makes people ‘less creative’.
When it comes to parenting advice it’s hard to ignore the growing idea that ‘Technology is BAD!’. 878 more words
Critical Review: City of Charles Sturt Reader’s Advisory
For this week’s blog I would like to focus on a service review of the Reader’s Advisory services available at the Woodville public library, which is part of the network of City of Charles Sturt libraries. 494 more words
This week’s class focused on readers’ advisory services and literacy. In the library context, when we talk about promoting literacy we usually mean children’s literacy or encouraging adults to read more, but we don’t always pay the same attention to an important third aspect: services for adults with limited literacy. 379 more words