SLANZA is excited to announce the SLANZA Sessions podcast will be launched in November.
This podcast will celebrate the school library sector as well as literature for youth. We aim to provide relevant content for school librarians and the wider community by hosting author interviews and expert discussions, along with book reviews.
A group of Manawatū SLANZA members are working with Manawatū People's Radio to create this podcast, which will be produced fortnightly. Please get in touch if you'd like to be a part of the planning and production crew, no experience is necessary just interest and passion.
SLANZA Sessions podcast format:
#1 - Why we LOVE school libraries?
#2 - How do school libraries help raise our literacy levels?
#3 - Festivals and Competitions that build readers
We need you!
We need you, your students, and your teachers to send in recorded book reviews.
We need sound bytes about why your students, your staff, and your parents LOVE school libraries - tell us what value your library space brings to your community!
Do you, your students or school staff have a burning question (preferably library or literature related) we can help find the answer to?
We'd love your feedback on what you'd like to hear about the above episode topics - Who do YOU want to hear from?
Please send all feedback, questions for Question Corner, and audio to our dedicated email address firstname.lastname@example.org
Large audio files are best sent via a file-sharing site such as Dropbox or WeTransfer.
We look forward to hearing from you.