This year, for the ninth year in a row, the Library Symposium is offering a professional development opportunity for school library personnel in the English Sector of Quebec (both the public and private sectors).
This year’s theme is “Keeping It Simple”.
There will be presentations by Pam Harland, Diana Maliszewski, the MEES-DSCA, ALDI, and local Quebec library personnel that will showcase ways in which Quebec school libraries and their personnel can use new methods and technology to offer more modern services and improve collaboration within the schools of today.
To register for the symposium, click here.
To see a detailed listing of all the sessions being offered, click here.
Click here to see and download a copy of the brochure.
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Here are blog posts about present and past library symposiums:
- 2021 QSLiN Library Symposium registration is now open! “Nurturing Thinking Readers”
- QSLiN Library Symposium 2021 – February 24
- 2020 QSLiN Library Symposium registration is now open! “Creating Thinking Readers”
- Resources from the 2019 Library Symposium Sessions
- Resources from the “Sexuality Education in Quebec’s Schools” at the 2019 Library Symposium
- 2019 QSLiN Library Symposium registration is now open!
- Want to do a poster session at the 2019 QSLiN Library Symposium?
- 2019 QSLiN Library Symposium – Registration opening soon!
- 2018 QSLiN Library Symposium – Live Stream
- 2018 QSLiN Library Symposium registration is now open
- Want to do a poster session at the 2018 QSLiN Library Symposium?
- New Video: Cultural Leadership with Pam Harland
- New Video: Collaborative Leadership with Pam Harland
- New Video: Simple Steps for Supporting Students Who Speak Other Languages with Diana Maliszewski
- New Video: Going “Dewey Free” at the NFSB with Joan Fraser-Burton
- New Video: Cosplay Makerspaces with Diana and Mary Maliszewski
- New Video: “How We Do The Things We Do with Pam Harland”
- Why #LibrariesMatter 2017
- New Video: “Why We Do the Things We Do with Pam Harland”
- Resources from the 2017 Library Symposium Sessions