Facilitating Collaborative Engagement to Cultivate and Empower a Community of Learners
The library learning commons plays a key role in cultivating and facilitating collaboration to provide rich experiential learning opportunities. It provides not only a physical space to develop skills and engage learners, but is also a portal to virtual connections, both local and global.
Below is a list of blog posts that should be helpful in implementing this standard.
- New Video: Cultural Leadership with Pam Harland
- New Video: “How We Do The Things We Do with Pam Harland”
- New NCTE Blog Post: Leveraging Librarians
- New Video: Libraries and Democracy; Teachers and Librarians Working Together to Open Minds
- New Video: Pierrefonds Comprehensive High School Comic Book Club & Option Class
- QSLiN Library Hangout; Principal Hayter: From Library to Learning Commons at Beechwood Elementary School
- Resources from the 2017 Library Symposium Sessions
- Coding Demystified
- Holy atomic pile, Batman! Here’s a great way to start 2016-2017 in high school libraries!
- New QSLiN Hangouts: Merging Two Libraries, Parts 1 and 2
- Another New QSLiN Hangout: PCHS Listening to Students and Meeting Needs for Technology
- New QSLiN Hangout: PCHS: Modernist Open Concept School Library to an Innovative Learning Commons
- New QSLiN Library Hangout – Macdonald High School Library: Going Digital
- New QSLiN Hangout: Macdonald High School Library: Working Together for a Great Library Learning Commons
- Principal Jad Deegan and Macdonald High School’s Library Learning Commons – New QSLiN Hangout
- Edwardian Era Library to 21st Century Library Learning Commons
- New QSLiN Film: Quebec Principals on the Importance of School Libraries
- Resources from the 2016 Library Symposium Sessions
- Book review: The Lego Architect: A book for the learning commons!
- The School Library Symposium – Resources, Notes, and Tweets