SLS Guernsey was asked to write about the impact our ebook collection was having. Find the link to the blog post here.
o I can’t believe it has been and gone. The first ever JCS Digital Literacy conference #JCS2018 in Birmingham was a huge success. Wonderful keynote speakers, fabulous lightning talks and the opportunity to present a workshop too. I was delighted to talk to librarians who I follow on Twitter who were great at coming up… Continue reading JCS Digital Literacy Conference 2018
Here @slsguernsey we have been thinking about competitions that we could use in school libraries to encourage more students in through the doors. A few years back I remembered running a 12 Books of Christmas competition at one of our secondary schools and it went down well so we are going to try it again.… Continue reading 12 Books of Christmas
Here’s a look at some of our favourite teenage fiction which has been released over the last three months. These would be great additions to a school library or just for reading at home. If any local schools would like to purchase any of these items, please don’t hesitate to get in contact. Phantom by… Continue reading Recently Published Teenage Fiction Books – August, September & October 2018
Elizabeth went to Cologne to present at the Practical Pedagogies conference at the beginning of November. This is an international conference for teachers who are all sharing their teaching practice. Click here to read her blog post about what she learned. We are excited to be planning how to use our big bag of… Continue reading Practical Pedagogies Conference 2018 #pracded18
Here’s a look at some of our favourite junior fiction (ages 7-12) which has been released over the last three months. These would be great additions to a school library or just for reading at home. If any local schools would like to purchase any of these items, please don’t hesitate to get in contact.… Continue reading Recently Published Junior Fiction Books – July, August & September 2018
This is a futuristic story about a group of robots who work for an engineer of mechanical children. There are rules about making mechanicals and due to something that happened in the past no adult mechanicals are allowed by law. Christopher, an orphan is happy working alongside is friends and being the only ‘real’ boy… Continue reading Tin by Pádraig Kenny