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Local Studies and the School Library

Wyrmeweald Returners WealthThe SLA's newest publication is a very useful guide to supporting local studies work in the school library.

All school librarians are regularly asked to identify and locate information or resources about their local area or local environment. The text of this Guideline covers important aspects such as the range of useful materials to include, ways to manage them, other sources of support and strategies to promote the collection. It also includes four very useful and varied case studies that show local studies work at its best and offer ideas to make the best use of your local School Library Service.

A Time and a Place: Supporting Local Studies through the School Library by Steve Hird is now available to order online.

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