The editorial team is calling for submissions or Collected 18
The theme for this issue is " What SLANZA Means to You ". We will have
articles on the various services and advantages SLANZA has for members. But
we would also like to hear from you about your experiences with SLANZA and
We also need articles on other matters that may be of interest to your
fellow SLANZA members. This could include book reviews, articles about
awesome PD you’ve attended or provided or anything you may think will be
Our deadline is* May 15. *Details about submissions, images and the
magazine in general can be found at slanza.org.nz under the Resources tab
We look forward to receiving your submissions. If you have any questions,
don’t hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
We are pleased to announce that Registrations for module #6 (Digital Citizenship) of the Connected Librarians course are now open. Digital Citizenship covers a very large range of topics - for this module we will be concentrating on the ethical use of information and its attribution - otherwise known as Referencing and Citation.
Applications close on Thursday 5th May, and the course will be starting on Monday 16th May.
This course is designed by New Zealand school librarians, for school librarians - those just starting out with online tools, who are ready and willing to try new things.
The course is free for SLANZA members.
More information is available in the course flyer and outline documents, and you can register here.
Professional Development team leader