SLANZA NE regrets to inform members that our Co-President, Julia Smith, will be stepping down from her duties to focus on her recovery from her recent diagnosis of acute leukemia. We are sending her all of our love and support. Arohanui Julia!
Head on over to the Waikato/Bay of Plenty's Conference website and register your interest in attending the event:
We are excited to welcome our guest speakers and workshop hosts, as well as a wonderful line-up of vendor stalls. See you there!
Registrations for the Library 101 for Primary and Intermediate School Librarians module of the Connected Librarians course will be open from Monday 13 May and will close on Sunday 26 May 2019.
This course is for primary and intermediate school librarians who would like some support with the intricacies of running the school library, would like to share ideas with others in similar positions and are up for the challenge of looking at their own practice.
What to expect in this course?
On successful course completion, learners will be able to:
The course will be starting on Monday 27 May and finishes on Sunday 16 June.
This course is designed by New Zealand school librarians, for school librarians - for anyone who is ready and willing to learn and try new things and share their thoughts and learning with others. You can work at your own pace, in your own time and network with other school librarians. For those school librarians working in schools on their own, this is invaluable.
The course is only available and free for SLANZA members.
Please visit the Online PD page on our SLANZA website for further information and to register.