Curation Collection

While following the scent through a range of databases, on a journey to discover answers to my initial inquiry questions, I picked up lots of new resources along the way. The top resources have been curated in a collection focused on my initial research question, which is titled ‘Inquiry Learning Curation: How can a teacher-librarian facilitate authentic inquiry learning across all stages within the primary school?’

Click here to see the entire collection, curated using Scoop.It!

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  1. Hi Claire

    Thank you for the opportunity to read your blog posts and specifically this post on your Curation Collection. I am not a teacher-librarian (and I realise there are many in this particular course) however I feel if I ever needed a comprehensive understanding of the role of teacher-librarians in the Inquiry Learning Process, then your curated collection of resources would be my first port of all as it fits the bill in every way.

    I really appreciated your succinct writing style describing the relevance of each resource. There is much diversity across your choice of resources: from articles to blogs, journals to guidelines, powerpoint presentations to info graphics – its all in there. I also liked that you positioned resources with two of the doyennes of Inquiry Learning: Carol Kuhlthau and Kath Murdoch – at the head of your curation because that gives the reader instant tacit knowledge of who to seek out for more information on best practice Inquiry Learning.

    I don’t have any criticisms of your post Claire. The only thing I would change is the length of your title. A snappier title will stay with the reader after they have moved on. But really, that is a very small negative. Great work!

    Cheers
    Kimberley

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