SSTL Network Meeting

Term 3, 2015

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Shining School Libraries

Please join us to be informed about the latest Oliver and State Library news. Learn about the latest Scholastic resources and meet famous Australian author/ illustrator, Tohby Riddle.

Enrol for the day on MyPL@edu by Thursday, 27th August with course code: NR08752

Morning tea and lunch will be catered for so please indicate in special requirements if you do not require food or have any special dietary needs. Don't forget to click No fee when registering if you have paid your annual fees. $40 for non members.

Caringbah North Public School

Thursday, Sep. 3rd, 8:30am

125 Cawarra Road

Caringbah, NSW

There is no on site parking. Please park in surrounding streets or at Redbacks Oval behind the school.

Agenda

Registration and Welcome

8.30am - 9am

Coffee

9am - 9.10am

Welcome and Housekeeping

Oliver - Lighthouse Schools report

9.10am - 10am

Doug Jenkins will update us on the Oliver implementation project and answer questions about how we can prepare for it.

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Oliver presentation that may interest you.

State Library

10am - 11am

Pauline Fitzgerald, Senior Education Officer, Library Services at the State Library of NSW, present information on the resources available from the State Library and on their website.

Morning Tea

11am - 11.30am

Caringbah North Public School Library Showcase

11.30am - 12pm
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James Jarick, TL at Caringbah North Public School, will showcase various programs and practices used in Caringbah North PS library.

Scholastic

12pm - 1pm

Sandy from Scholastic will introduce LiteracyPro their research based online assessment resource that develops students into successful, proficient readers

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Oliver presentation slideshow that may interest you.

Lunch

1pm - 1.45pm

Toby Riddle

1.45pm - 2.45pm


Tohby Riddle, award-winning Australian writer, illustrator, cartoonist, designer and sometime editor will give us a glimpse of his literary life. He has written and illustrated numerous well-loved picture books; written a novel (published as a young adult book); was the cartoonist for Good Weekend (the Saturday magazine of the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age) for nearly ten years; and is a former editor of the The School Magazine, a literary magazine for children published by the NSW Department of Education since 1916.

Check out his website!

2.45pm - 3pm


General business meeting

email agenda items to catherine.p.edwards@det.nsw.edu.au

MyPL @edu online evaluation and conclusion of meeting