Looking for inspiration on how to make reading and learning exciting in your schools?
Stay informed and be inspired by 9 pre-recorded presentations in our virtual Information Session.
Glean insights on how technology impacts reading and learning, discover new children and young adult non-fiction titles that hit the library shelves, hear inspiring stories on promoting reading among your community, pick up tips in refreshing your school’s reading culture and many more!
The Impact of Technology on Reading and Learning
Professor Lily Kong, President, Singapore Management University
Glean some insights on how technology impacts reading and learning, and explore different tools to enhance students’ reading and learning journeys.
Punitha Ramanathan, Curriculum Planning Officer, MOE
Keen to find out more on how to build a community of readers in your school? Partner with us to learn about the role of school libraries in cultivating a robust reading culture whilst leveraging on the existing ecosystem to support the Readers of the future.
Read@School Programme: Recalibrated
Xavier Koh, Associate Librarian, NLB
Check out NLB’s latest Read@School services and resources that are recalibrated to better serve the evolving reading and learning needs of students and teachers.
An MOE Teacher’s Insider View of NLB’s Children and Teens’ Services and Resources
Shanthini Radha Krishnan, Teacher, Lianhua Primary School
Hear about a Ministry of Education (MOE) teacher’s internship experience at NLB and her insider views on NLB’s Children and Teens’ services and resources.
Lycia Ho, Educator
Hear incredible stories and be inspired by ground-up reading initiatives.
Spark Reading Joy with Informational Books
Nicola Cheong, Librarian, NLB
Learn about recent publishing trends in children’s non-fiction and interesting new non-fiction titles that can promote students’ reading and learning.
Stay Safe, Stay S.U.R.E
Mervin Ang, Manager, NLB
Learn how to educate your students on combating fake news and information discernment with NLB’s S.U.R.E (Source, Understand, Research, Evaluate) team.
Zehara Khan Sahib and Brenda Ong, Managers, Esplanade Offstage
Discover Esplanade Offstage, an online repository of interesting art-related resources and activities for students, educators, and families to enjoy anytime.
Check out the services and resources from our Mother Tongue Language Services (MTL), National Archives of Singapore (NAS), and Friends of the Library and Archives Programme.
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Check out 2020’s Information Session for Educators Virtual!
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