History Detectives in Action: Bringing history to life using primary sources. He Rourou, Vol. 2 No. 1 (2022)

Strengthening Teacher-Librarian Partnerships – NZCER Press, SET 2021:3 – Article about what it would take for teacher and librarian collaborative partnerships to flourish in schools, based on findings from Information Literacy Spaces Team research.

Literacy Across The Divide – NZCER Press – September 2021 – Book published relating the work of the three year TLRI research project by Information Literacy Spaces Team.

Teacher and librarian perspectives on information literacy, and the secondary-school library’s relationship to information literacy in the classroom – Curriculum Matters 15: 2019 – NZCER

Under-recognised, underused, and undervalued: School libraries and librarians in New Zealand secondary school curriculum planning and delivery – Curriculum Matters 14: 2018 – NZCER

NZ Literacy Forum article – Information Literacy and the Connection to Lifelong Learning – Full article

Information Literacy and the Connection to Lifelong Learning – Literacy Forum 2017, Volume 32 No 3 – New Zealand Literacy Association

My Library Manifesto – June 2017

Shades of Black – Weve Magazine, September 2016 – Libraries: What we are, How we surprise, What we could be


A Librarian’s Take On The Future Of Learning – SET Magazine 2014, Issue 1 – Future Education Special Issue

LIANZA Library Life – Identifying Leadership PotentialInterview by Cath Sheard on behalf of the Emerging Leaders Working Group – July 16th 2013

School Libraries: What’s now, what’s next, what’s next to comee-book by Kristin Fontichiaro and Buffy Hamilton.  My contributions:

Collaboration: The Key Link Between Librarians and Teachers – Chapter 9 – page 139

Networking and Why We Need to Flock Together – Chapter 10 – page 154

SLANZA Collected Magazine


Tertiary Prep Article

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