Welcome to all Primary TL’s and Library SSO’s!

This blog has been created for your Professional Learning Network (PLN).

The intention is to use this as a means for sharing, collaborating and most importantly DISCUSSING all things related to libraries and learning.

Feel free to share any professional readings that you come across and hopefully we can generate some reflective discussions within the group.

Please feel free post relevant articles, resources and questions and invite others to contribute or comment.

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About shermoore

Education Officer from the CEO Wollongong
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4 Responses to Welcome to all Primary TL’s and Library SSO’s!

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  2. Kim says:

    Thank you, Sherryn for starting this blog for all of us. It is a great way for us to share what we find and continue on our own journey of learning.

  3. Paula Russo says:

    Hi Sherryn, Looking forward to keep up to date and reinforcing what we’ve been looking at this year. I was lucky enough to enjoy the ISLA professional development day today at the Nan Tien Temple. Very practical day. Web 2.0 tools demonstrated were Wordle, My storymaker, Animoto and Storybird I can’t wait to have a play with the kids.

  4. shermoore says:

    That’s great to hear Paula- that sounds like a great PD day- They are great library tools.
    Let me know how you go using these in the library- would love to hear.

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