The role of the library in the digital age
7 February 2023
Guest blog THE ROLE OF THE LIBRARY IN THE DIGITAL AGE Emily Stannard, Head Librarian and IB Extended Essay Coordinator...Read More
How is drama driving literary diversity in education?
10 January 2023
With the UK population’s “diversity explosion” underway, the literary education system finds itself at crossroads. The zeitgeist is unambiguous: we...Read More
Music education at a crossroads
20 June 2022
For some regions, this World Music Day or fête de la musique (21st June) will signal a welcome return to...Read More
Bridging the digital literacy gap – and how you can help
16 May 2022
The recently published ‘Driving the skills agenda: Preparing students for the future’ Economist Intelligence Unit report investigates how the extent...Read More
JSTOR Secondary Schools Collection: Here to support student research
16 March 2022
The JSTOR Secondary Schools Collection was born from the belief that access to the very best resources is crucial to...Read More
How can public libraries access the 1921 census?
9 March 2022
We are delighted that a public library subscription for the 1921 Census of England and Wales is now available to...Read More
The pinnacle of a 40-year career in educational technology
8 March 2022
Today is International Women’s Day – a whole day to uplift female voices and imagine a gender-equal world free of...Read More
An interview with Kayti Selbie, Librarian at the English College in Prague
14 May 2021
Kayti Selbie is the librarian at the English College in Prague and recently subscribed to an extensive selection of online...Read More
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