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Citing Creative Commons Materials

Hello, As Creative Commons materials become more and more common, know how to properly use and cite them is becoming more important. Now everyone however knows how to do this. Thankfully the people over at Creative Commons Australia have put together a very clear 9-page PDF showing exactly how and when and [...]

By | August 29th, 2013|Categories: Blog Posts, Cool Tools, Howtos|Tags: , |0 Comments

“Wikipidia, the free encyclopedia that anyone can edit…or maybe not”

For a little insight into the realities of attempting to change “the free online encyclopedia that anyone can edit,”… take a look at This article from the Canadian Press via The Huffington Post , which thankfully gives us some Canadian examples to learn from. Please note that the spelling of [...]

By | April 8th, 2013|Categories: Articles, Blog Posts|Tags: |0 Comments

CMD 2013

Hello, The 2013 Congres des Milieux Documentaries du Quebec, also known in English as Conference of the Library and Information Community of Quebec (CLIC), is currently looking for people who would be willing to present at this year’s conference, being held in Montreal on November 25-27. If you are interested, they are accepting proposals [...]

By | March 27th, 2013|Categories: Blog Posts, Conferences|Tags: , |0 Comments

Do I Really Have to Leave the Role of School Librarian To Do the Work of a School Librarian?

Hello, This blog post was originally done by Buffy Hamilton back in April, but I thought it warranted a spot here to serve as an overview and, I feel, as inspiration for giving it our all. At the very least, read her last paragraph.   http://theunquietlibrarian.wordpress.com/2012/04/02/do-i-really-have-to-leave-the-school-library-to-do-the-work-of-a-school-librarian/   Julian

By | October 9th, 2012|Categories: Blog Posts, School Libraries|Tags: |0 Comments

Why having good research skills matters in the real world… even if you work for the BBC

This actually all happened a few months ago, but it still merits posting. I personally like real world examples to show teachers and students as to why it is important to have good research skills.   The case in point envolves the BBC accidentally showing an image from the popular [...]

By | October 5th, 2012|Categories: Blog Posts, QSLiN Updates|Tags: , , , |0 Comments