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Love Your School Library Day
February 14th is Love Your School Library Day.


Chocolates:


"School Libraries: the Heart of Literacy" [image]
Assorted Foil wrappers     $1.05 plus Freight and GST

Charlie's Chocolate Factory
3746 Canada Way, Burnaby V5G 1G4

Warehouse Factory
#2 - 1770 McLean Avenue, Port Coquitlam, V3C 4K8

tel: 604-437-8221
fax: 604-437-8222

 

Posters and Bookmarks:

BCTLA is excited to offer Love Your School Library Day posters and bookmarks in English and French! Posters may be downloaded and printed in any way by anyone in any jusrisdiction! However, if you wish to make alterations to the content included on any of the posters, please contact BCTLA regarding the necessary copyright permissions.

 

ENGLISH

FRENCH

 

October 2016 is Library Month.
Monday, October 24th is BC School Library Day.

Share-Celebrate-Advocate. Everyone can participate: 

  • Drop Everything and Read! Participate in the BC DEAR challenge. 
  • Visit your school library soon!

The 2016 Drop Everything and Read Challenge will be held on Monday October 24, 2016!


BCTLA DEAR: Drop Everything and Read for 2016

BCTLA is excited to offer large pdf's to promote the event. We have offered two choices in English/French. Posters may be downloaded and printed in any way by anyone in any jusrisdiction! However, if you wish to make alterations to the content included on any of the posters, please contact BCTLA regarding the necessary copyright permissions.

Report your participation in DEAR and follow @bctla_dear on Twitter

Browse our photostream on Flickr

Choose from the following selection of files.

The poster was designed to be printed at 11 x 17. To print letter-sized posters: try printing 'scale to fit' or 'fit to page'. For larger posters: try scaling it up 200% to 22 x 34.

ENGLISH POSTER
8.5 x 11
11 x 17
FRENCH POSTER
8.5 x 11
11 x 17

 

 

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We are all working in trying times, often spending long days just trying to maintain our existance, nevermind be worldclass teachers. Many of our colleagues are under strain and threat of cuts. We can lose heart. Despite the too frequent stresses confronted by professional teacher-librarians, a few colleagues raise the bar of professionalism and resist the odds.

 

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Research on BC Teacher-Librarians and School Libraries

  • Union-Active School Librarians and School Library Advocacy: A Modified Case Study of the British Columbia Teacher-Librarians’ Association and the British Columbia Teachers’ Federation (Ewbank, 2015) Paper

  • The Role of Teacher Unions in School Library Advocacy: A Case Study of the British Columbia Teacher-Librarians' Association and the British Columbia Teacher's Federation (Ewbank, 2013) Preliminary Findings

  • Connecting British Columbia (Canada) School Libraries and Student Achievement: A Comparison of Higher and Lower Performing Schools with Similiar Overall Funding (Haycock, 2011) Paper

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