BC Teacher-Librarians' Association

The Working and Learning Conditions Survey for 2019-2020 is out!

 

Working and Learning

Our latest completed survey showing a comprehensive look at data from our school libraries around the province are available now.

Check out the report Working and Learning Conditions Survey 2019-20

Find our past Working and Learning Condition Survey Reports here.

BCTLA Fall Conference Registration Coming Soon

The BCTLA October 2020 Fall Conference is going virtual! The conference will be held online instead of at R.E. Mountain High School in Langley, BC.

Keynote Presenter for the October 2020 Conference:

Rebeca Rubio

Rebeca Rubio is an educator, Teacher Librarian, consultant and the District Curriculum Coordinator for Libraries and Information Services in SD38 (Richmond). She supports Teacher Librarians in developing programs, redesigning flexible spaces and developing culturally responsive Library Learning Commons. She is actively engaged in exploring student engagement, multiple literacies and diversity and equity in LLCs.

For details on our schedule for the day:

Our future registration link can be found here:

https://bctla.ourconference.ca/index.php?

BCTLA Spring 2020 Newsletter Released

Find our latest copy of the BCTLA newsletter below.

Highlights include:

  • President’s Message – Supporting words from our President Kristie during this most unusual and challenging time
  • Summer Contest details – enter the BCTLA contest with books, food, and yourself!
  • Conference and Summer Institute Information – the Summer Institute 2020 is cancelled, our October Conference is moving online – details to follow
  • 2019-20 Working and Learning Conditions Report – important and necessary information about the state of our BC schools libraries – thanks again to Leisbet for again creating a thorough report as usual!
  • Angela Thacker Memorial Award – our own Sarah Wethered was awarded this prestigious award in Toronto this past January for her outstanding contributions to teacher-librarianship – congrats Sarah!
  • Author’s Visit – Eileen Cook was invited by the BCTLA to read her latest book, You Owe Me a Murder; a recording of this reading can be found on our BCTLA YouTube Channel
  • BCTLA YouTube Channel – our Lisa Strong has organized our YouTube channel and is adding content – thanks Lisa!

BCTLA COVID LLC Re-Opening

The BCTLA has released an official plan to support the re-opening of school library learning commons spaces. These guidelines provide ideas that can, in collaboration with site administration, be followed during the re-opening process.

Check Out Our Latest Posts on Youtube

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We have been working on some new content for teacher-librarians. Check out some new video content on our channel:

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