ABC Radio - Afternoons with Richelle Hunt
Richelle Hunt interviews SLAV president, Di Ruffles.
Segment 1:30-1:50 mins
'Afternoons with Richelle Hunt' 2019, Podcast, viewed 4 November 2019, <https://www.abc.net.au/radio/melbourne/programs/afternoons/afternoons/11648278 >
Teacher librarian numbers are dwindling — should we be worried?
Research shows the number of specialist teachers in primary and secondary schools is decreasing, and those working in the field say when their colleagues retire or are made redundant, their roles aren't being filled.
Life Matters podcast with Lyndell Sellars, head of learning resources at Cairns State High School and Dr Margaret Merga, senior lecturer and library researcher at Edith Cowan University.
Crothers, J 2019, 'Teacher librarian numbers are dwindling — should we be worried?', in Life Matters, Podcast, viewed 11 October 2019 < https://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/life matters/teacher-librarian-numbers-are-dwindling-%E 2%80%94-should-we-be-worried/11590334 >
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National Students Need School Libraries Campaign
In an era of fake news and alternative facts, well-resourced school libraries prepare students for the future by giving them skills including the ability to find information quickly and identifying trustworthy sources.
A new national campaign called 'Students Need School Libraries' was launched on 16th October.
To support the campaign a series of films, that examine what it means to have an effective school library, have been created. Children’s Laureate, Morris Gleitzman, former Children’s Laureate, Jackie French, and many other authors, teacher librarians, students, classroom teachers and others describe their personal and professional experiences with school libraries.
Students Need School Libraries Campaign
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