Charles Sturt University is a leading provider of online degree programs for teachers and teacher librarians in Australian and abroad, making it possible for teachers anywhere to access quality learning in the comfort of their own home. The School of Information Studies offers the Master of Education (Teacher Librarianship) degree, which prepares dynamic leaders and successful collaborators, with the vision and knowledge to enrich learning and teaching across a school community, and create centres of excellence in library and information services. Watch for announcements later in the year about a new Master of Education (Knowledge Networks & Digital Innovation) in 2014 which will provide a new and innovative degree for educators ready to meet the extraordinary challenges of digital rich knowledge environments. We are ready for the future. Are you?
Wheelers Books: Wheelers, the creator of ePlatform, is the largest library and school supplier in New Zealand. We've been operating for over 40 years and since the introduction of ePlatform 18 months ago, we now work with schools and libraries around the world. ePlatform was one of the world's first eBook library lending platforms designed specifically for schools and libraries. New tools, features and content are continuously introduced in consultation with our customers. This approach to development ensures that ePlatform evolves to suit the ever changing needs of schools and libraries. Wheelers recently opened their Australian office in Melbourne. Business Development Manager, Darren Brain is available to support Australian Schools with their eBook journey.
HarperCollins Publishers, Australia is one of this country’s leading publishing houses. Our key imprints are HarperCollins, ABC Books, Angus & Robertson, HarperSports, Fourth Estate, Avon, Collins and Voyager. Our authors include icons of Australian publishing such as Henry Lawson, A.B. (Banjo) Paterson and May Gibbs, as well as a prestigious crop of current bestselling and award-winning authors. Fiction authors include Colleen McCullough, Robert G. Barrett, Geraldine Brooks, Nikki Gemmell, Janette Turner-Hospital, Tobsha Learner, Steven Carroll and Fiona McIntosh. Non-fiction authors include Donna Hay, Peter FitzSimons, George Negus, Ricky Ponting, Christopher Kremmer and David Day. Stars of the children’s list include Jackie French, Frances Watts, Alexandra Adornetto, Andy Jones, James Moloney, Rod Clement, Duncan Ball and Colin Thompson.
Monday 30th September Morning Tea sponsored by HarperCollins Publishers.
Last updated: 2/3/2014 10:33:58 PM