Learning and leading for the future in school libraries through the Knowledge Bank of Australia and New Zealand School Libraries (KBANZSL)

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Abstract

What do Libraries and Education (Miller, 1912), the first book published in Australia about school libraries, and ASLA’s Policy Statement- School Library Bill of Rights (2018) have in common? They are both examples of resources collected in KBANZSL! The Knowledge Bank of Australia and New Zealand School Libraries (KBANZSL) is an open access knowledge bank collating key documents, collections and other resources for and about Australian and New Zealand school libraries and teacher librarianship.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 22 Apr 2023
EventASLA Biennial Conference 2023 - Twin Towns Conference and Function Centre, Gold Coast, Australia
Duration: 20 Jun 202222 Jun 2023
https://eventee.co/en/e/asla-2023-biennial-conference-15628
https://asla.org.au/conference2023 (Conference website)

Conference

ConferenceASLA Biennial Conference 2023
Abbreviated titleSchool libraries: navigating the future
Country/TerritoryAustralia
CityGold Coast
Period20/06/2222/06/23
OtherThe theme School Libraries: Navigating the Future has been selected for the ASLA Biennial Conference 2023. This will be an exciting Conference held on the Gold Coast. Engaging, knowledgeable, passionate keynote speakers will inspire, inform and provide current research and thought. This theme reflects the changing nature of the role that school libraries and school library professionals play in education. Navigating the Future of school libraries encompasses many facets and these will be explored through the sub themes:

Stream 1: Literacy and the role of the school library

Stream 2: Thinking beyond the shelves: dynamic spaces

Stream 3: Key skills for future learning

Stream 4: Key stakeholders and support staff.
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