The March 2018 selection for the OSLA Book Club is The Virtual Self : How Our Digital Lives Are Altering The World Around Us by Nora Young. To join the conversation visit the TeachOntario OSLA Book Club website
In order to make Canadian school library scholarly research more accessible, CSL has launched the Canadian School Libraries Research Archive. Click here to connect to a searchable database of papers and presentations from past Treasure Mountain Canada research symposiums.
Last autumn, OSLA initiated the My School Library Rocks! campaign. Students were encouraged to share stories about the value of their school libraries. View the responses so far here
Thursday November 23rd was Library Day at Queen’s Park. This annual event is an opportunity for Ontario library leadership to meet with their political representatives and advocate for the value of libraries. OSLA Council provided school library representation.
Congratulations to Anita Brooks-Kirkland for being the 2017 recipient of the Angela Thacker Memorial Award from Canadian School Libraries.
TALCO will reconvene at the beginning of the next school year. Enjoy your summer!
Important Information about eResource Purchasing
Find out more about eResource purchasing, including the current 2017 eResource product and vendor offering on the eResource page of this website.
The Association of Library Consultants and Coordinators of Ontario has a new group named TALCO on the TeachOntario site. Connect to the TALCO group on TeachOntario to discuss topics related to school libraries with other educators.
Please visit the TALCO Digital Citizenship Project