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Back in November 2014, the CBPQ (Corporation des bibliothécaires professionnels du Québec / The Corporation of Professional Librarians of Quebec) created their first YouTube video in a playlist dedicated to showing how librarians are making a difference. They now how three videos in that playlist and I believe they will be adding more in time. While they
For the past 10 years, the Quebec Ministry of Education has conducted the Reading Recognition Awards as a way to: ...recognize the efforts of those who have been effective in promoting reading. From all sectors of the education community, these individuals help young people to develop interests, attitudes and competencies that enable them to use
Last week Anita Brooks Kirkland gave a presentation at the 83rd ABQLA Annual Conference (2015) on "Leading Learning: Standards of Practice for School Library Learning Commons in Canada". Below is a link to her blog post where she talks about not only what she presented at the conference, but also about other presentations that she saw
While a few years old now, and aimed at users of academic libraries, this video still works as a very humourous example of what libraries have to offer their users. A very different video for library promotion. If you haven't seen it before, I suggest you take a look. Doing a school library version one
Hello, This is to inform you that the online registration for the 2015 MELS Library Symposium is now open. Once library personnel have received permission from their individual supervisors, they can register themselves at http://lceeq.ca/ Everyone needs to register themselves; if anyone try to register another person, they will actually overwrite their own registration with
Sandra Bebbington found this great article and we thought it was worth sharing with anyone involved with teens and books. It is written by Nielsen on the choices of teens for reading traditional paper books, or ebooks, and very interestingly it also shows the major and moderate influences on why a teen choses a particular
Hello, This is to let you know that the 2015 MELS Library Symposium date and location has now been set. Dates: March 16 and 17, 2015 One day will be devoted to personnel working in school libraries at the elementary level and one day will be for library personnel working at the secondary level. Location: