Monthly Archives: November 2012

EndNote, Mendeley or Zotero? That is the question.

Choosing the right referencing software package is a dilemma for many students/researchers but here are some tips on how not to drive yourself mad in making the right choice … One of the things I advise students on the ‘Information … Continue reading

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Not just presents

I know Christmas stuff has been in the shops for ages, so this contribution to the December event might seem a little late, but don’t forget to check the Curriculum Resources collection for primary classroom seasonal fare. This year how … Continue reading

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Finding game

Try your information literacy skills on the University of Sydney Library’s Find that cheese game on the IOE LibGuide — Finding Resources in the Library. This library creation is designed to help you identify items on your reading lists in order to help … Continue reading

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National Anti-Bullying Week

National Anti-Bullying Week is the 19th – 23rd November. The 2012 theme is “We’re better without bullying”. To highlight this theme we are displaying books and other media from the Curriculum Resources collection on level 4 of the library, near … Continue reading

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A book with few words

Classroom portraits – Germain, Julian ISBN: 9783791347486 Publication Date: 2012 In celebration of International Education week, why not dip into this compelling book of photographs showing students in classrooms from around the world. While distinctive classroom details reveal different worlds, what is familiar … Continue reading

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International Education Week 2012

International Education Week runs from the 12th to the 16th of November and the theme for this year is ‘Use your voice’. Each day, the BBC World Class in partnership with the British Council, will be running live debates allowing schools to tell … Continue reading

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New collection guide available – Amelia Fysh proponent of inclusive education

We’ve just published a new guide on the archives of Amelia Fysh, a teacher working after the Second World War who developed inclusive education for children with disabilities at the nursery school she ran. The guide provides an overview of … Continue reading

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