Standard: Advancing the Learning Community to Achieve School Goals
Theme: District Administration and Consultant Collaborative Role
Growth Phase: Established
Growth Indicator: District administration and library consultants collaborate with other specialist consultants to ensure that all disciplines utilize the LLC.
A technology support teacher with Waterloo Region District School Board, Ontario, recommends best reviewed apps for student learning.
Watt, Susan. (2014). Some of the BEST web 2.0 apps for the classroom.
A provincial professional development consortia (Alberta) offers webinars and videos to explore key aspects of the learning commons led by teacher-librarian specialist consultants.
Alberta Regional Consortia. (2017). Learning Commons: Explore Key Aspects. ARPDC Professional Development Resources. https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6P1FySUgEPShzzaTaIbn4F6UVn0nlbG
Calgary Board of Education, Alberta, is part of a project sponsored by Education Matters, a charitable trust that funds innovative public enhancement programs to help elementary and secondary students excel and enrich their learning experiences.
Education Matters. (2016). Library to Learning Commons. https://www.educationmatters.ca/library-to-learning-commons/