Call for abstracts - CLOSED

 

The theme for the conference is Fiery futures', igniting and inspiring libraries.   The School Library Association of New Zealand Aotearoa (SLANZA) aims to strengthen and promote the role of school libraries and to enable all school communities to become information literate. 

The conference themes are listed below.

Bedrock: Solid foundations

  • Collection development 
  • Working with classes 
  • Archiving 
  • Supporting curriculum 
  • Reading logs
  • Using picture books
  • Using graphic novels
  • Information literacy 
  • Digital citizenship/netsafe
  • EPIC
  • Keeping in with staff
  • Inclusive libraries
  • Training options
  • The Treaty and the library 

Lava: Flowing ideas

  • Creative Budgeting
  • Why are you needed? 
  • Management in 2017 
  • Marketing 
  • Impact displays 
  • EBooks
  • Sharing successes
  • Maori perspectives 
  • Pacifika perspectives 
  • Revving up reading
  • Community links/ Community libraries
  • Creative curations
  • Supporting future life long learners 
  • Tertiary Transitions - What Students Need to Know 

Fiery Futures': Bright spark ideas 

  • Personal learning network
  • Designing the space / physical or virtual libraries - A virtual space 24/7
  • New rules for us (Librarians)
  • What Gen Z needs 
  • Which trends to take up / tools and apps
  • Super searching - Beyond google
  • Your School Library Rocks (Pun Intended)
  • BYOD

The programme committee welcomed the submission of abstracts for:

  • Talk (60, 30 or 15 minutes, including questions)
  • Workshop

Below are the guidelines used to help format abstracts:

  • Abstract no longer than 250 words
  • Please indicate your audience: Primary, Secondary, Other

Key dates

  • Closing date for submission of abstracts Friday 11 November 2016
  • Review of submissions November 2016
  • Notification of acceptance from Monday 12 December 2016

 

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