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MAPPING HASS AND INFORMATION LITERACY IN A STATE LIBRARY CONTEXT

EDUCATOR RESOURCE

How do we align State Library resources with the Australian Curriculum?

 

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Free, no bookings required

Mortlock Chamber, State Library of SA
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Your State Library: Your Learning Destination - Poster

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"The school visit they'll always remember....." : a promotional poster

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Free, no bookings required

The State Library of South Australia education team offers a range of opportunities for professional learning throughout the year.  These engaging sessions provide an opportunity to explore State Library programs and resources and network with other educators.  Sessions may include:

  • accessing digital learning programs particularly in relation to the HASS curriculum
  • unpacking critical information literacy and research skills
  • navigating the State Library catalogue and e-resources
  • planning an onsite excursion.

Certificates of attendance addressing the AITSL Standards are provided for all professional development opportunities.

Have a professional learning request?  Email us at slsaeducation@sa.gov.au

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Frequently Asked Questions

What do SLSA Education programs cost?

All State Library education programs are provided free of charge.

What type of programs are available?

We have developed:

  • Digital Visits where you invite us into your classroom through the computer. For schools.
  • Digital Resources where we provide a Guide for you to adopt, adapt or innovate to meet your needs for that part of the curriculum. For schools and Home schools.
  • And for those wishing to visit us in person, we have  Discover Your State Library: self-guided resource for schools for either Years F-6 or Years 7-12. Bookings Required for school groups.

And for each program or resource we have added a tab of More to Explore to enhance your experience, and a survey for you to let us know how you used the resource, what was most useful and whether it achieved what you intended.