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Curriculum and policy support for school libraries - meeting the needs of future learners

Libraries for future learners

As part of Learning Systems, School Libraries provides curriculum and policy advice for NSW Public Schools. Explore these pages for collaborative approaches to using resources and online tools for learning.

Key services

  • online services for school libraries to lead innovative future learning
  • support for the implementation of the new Oliver library system
  • enabling Lighthouse schools to lead the way in implementing Oliver for quality teaching and learning
  • quarterly editions of Scan online journal
  • resource reviews
  • Schools Catalogue and Information Services (SCIS) for NSW schools
     

Latest news

Access Libraries for future learners 2016 conference presentations shared by keynote and concurrent presenters and the storify of tweets that highlights the successful collaboration throughout the day. 

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Enjoy a taster of the 2016 EduTECH conference Libraries strand.

In this video, Windows & mirrors: Geography through inquiry & literature, Banks Public School teacher librarian, Julie Grazotis demonstrates how the geography syllabus can be implemented through collaborative teaching and flexible learning spaces. Literature is used to support the investigation of local, rural and urban environments.