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The Legacy Format of Board Games – Teen Services Underground

  Leave it to Teen Services Underground to come up with stimulating ideas to be used in libraries catering to teens. For those of you with a love of board games and a hankering for something other than same old, same old, this proposition will certainly put some pep in [...]

By | January 27th, 2017|Categories: Blog Posts, teens|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

Links with Libraries in Mind

Here are a few goodies I came across in the past few weeks as I was trolling through the ever helpful Educational Technology and Mobile Learning website. They all have to do with libraries. · 6 Great Search Engines Designed specifically for Kids: https://goo.gl/lDilGy · Infographic Featuring 12 iPad Apps [...]

A New Kind of Book Club by Sarah FitzHenry | Nerdy Book Club

Sarah FitzHenry put a whole new spin on the age old format of the book club! She used the book as more than a discussion starter, and made it come alive. She looked at all the ways in which we learn. She relied on collaboration, was able to play to [...]

By | January 24th, 2017|Categories: Blog Posts, Books|Tags: , , , |0 Comments

We Do Indeed Need Diverse Books: Celebrating Multicultural Children’s Book Day all year long!

There has been a concerted effort in the past few years to encourage and support the writing and acquisition of diverse books due, in no small part, to the activism of We Need Diverse Books. I put together a few resources that you might find interesting. · www.weneeddiversebooks.org their website [...]

By | January 23rd, 2017|Categories: Blog Posts, Books, teens|Tags: , , , , |0 Comments

Coding Demystified

I’ve been collecting resources about coding for the clueless for some time now and thought it might be a good moment to share as the annual Hour of Code Campaign is held in December. Here goes… The ever resource-full, free, and archived-watch-at-your-convenience EdWeb has an upcoming Webinar entitled: Now I [...]

Livre-toi Concours: concours booktube

The following is all about a great opportunity for students to share Québécois and Franco-Canadian books that they love and to win prizes to boot!   Qui dit mieux? Allier technologie, médias sociaux et la joie de partager les livres québcois et franco-canadiens que vous aimez! Vous deviendrez ainsi booktubeur. [...]

By | November 17th, 2016|Categories: Blog Posts|Tags: , , |0 Comments

Holy atomic pile, Batman! Here’s a great way to start 2016-2017 in high school libraries!

If you are looking for a way to blast into the new school year, do I have a suggestion for you, … The third edition of BATMAN DAY returns on September 17, 2016. A little fun and silliness will be certain to brighten up the students’ return. DC Comics has [...]

Book review: The Lego Architect: A book for the learning commons!

This book is published at just the right time with the growing interest in makerspaces and tinkering. As with our learning commons, it is big on multi-tasking and adaptability. The title has a wide appeal whether for Art and Social Science teachers as well as your average Lego® enthusiast. The [...]