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Inquiry mindset: nurturing the dreams, wonders, & curiosities of our youngest learners/
Trevor Mackenzie with Rebecca Bathurst-Hunt.
Call Number: LB 1027.44 .M27 2018

Creative thinking and arts-based learning: preschool through fourth grade/
Joan Packer Isenberg, Mary Renck Jalongo.
Call Number: LB 1139.35 .A37 I86 2018
 
Autoethnography in early childhood education: narrating the heart of practice/
Elizabeth Henderson.
Call Number: LB 1139.23 .H46 2018

Text structures from nursery rhymes: teaching reading & writing to young children/
Gretchen Bernabei, Kayla Shook, Jayne Hover; with illustrations by Andrea Cotham.
Call Number: LB 1139.5 .L35 B47 2018

 


High-quality early learning for a changing world: what educators need to know and do/
Beverly Falk; foreword by Jacqueline Jones
Call Number: LB 1139.25 .F35 2018

 

Teaching Through Telling: The RavenSpace Publishing Project

Date and time: June 4 from 9 am – 3:30 pm

Location: UBC Education Library, 2125 Main Mall (inside Neville Scarfe Education Building)

This multimodal event showcases stories – oral, visual, and virtual storytelling on display all day! Come hear stories, and learn about how to use storytelling in the classroom. From 9-11 learn about Musqueam culture through a blend of storytelling and animation with “Musqueam Stories Transformed.” From 1:30-3, learn how to use storytelling in the classroom with a multimodal display in “Teachings for the Classroom – Connecting the BC New Curriculum to As I Remember It.”

Throughout the day, browse the exhibition of Indigenous children’s literature and take a break with some refreshments.

Speakers include:

  • Elsie Paul (lead author As I Remember It)
  • Paige Raibmon (UBC History Department and co-author of As I Remember It)
  • Liz Krieg (Aboriginal education specialist contributing to As I Remember It)
  • Dave Shott (Lantern Films producer collaborating with author groups to create animations for Musqueam Stories Transformed and As I Remember It)

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UBC Library is pleased to announce that Sarah Blay, Katherine Hill, Paul Lesack and Lorne Madgett are the 2019 recipients of UBC Library Awards. Each year, the Library Awards Program shines a light on those employees who have demonstrated exceptional creativity, innovation, leadership, excellence and a dedication to customer service through their work.

The awards were presented at the annual Library Recognition Luncheon at the Robert H. Lee Alumni Centre on May 28, 2019. Congratulations Sarah, Katherine, Paul and Lorne, and thank you to everyone who participated by submitting nominations.

Sarah Blay

Sarah Blay (Program and Administrative Assistant, Koerner Library) is the winner of our newest award, introduced this year. The 2019 UBC Library Leadership From Within (aka the Gumption) Award recognizes employees who do not have supervisory responsibilities. Recipients of this award consistently demonstrate leadership through their ability to inspire engagement in others, while exemplifying the Library’s values. They step up to fulfill a need either themselves or by motivating others or teams.

Sarah brings a welcoming team approach and works from a place of inclusion. She ensures everyone in the Research Commons space knows each other and feels welcomed and included. She also stepped up to help out when others were unexpectedly away at a crucial time.

Katherine Hill

Katherine Hill (Circulation and Office Manager, Woodward Library) earned the Employee Excellence Award, which recognizes a Library employee who consistently demonstrates their commitment to making an impact on the Library by making it a better workplace for all through living our values and behaviors.

In everything she does, Katherine works to create an exceptional workplace environment. She is known as a go-to person across the Library, sharing her knowledge widely and helping colleagues in other units get up to speed. She brings patience, creativity, humour, and solution-oriented support to each workplace experience.

Paul Lesack

Paul Lesack (Data/GIS Analyst, Koerner Library) is the winner of the Unsung Hero Award, which recognizes a Library employee or team who keep our libraries running, delivering its services, collections and operations. Their efforts help UBC Library to effectively deliver the stellar service that users have come to expect.

Paul has become the backbone of critical support for UBC’s complex network of campus-wide interdisciplinary data need. His unsung work can be seen at the core of many research projects, including his work with the Vancouver Aquarium to create digital, manipulatable versions of the original paper maps. These maps have become essential to researchers who are currently working to daylight once hidden streams.

Lorne Madgett

Lorne Madgett (e-Resources & Access Library Specialist, Collections Services) is the winner of the Innovation Award, which recognizes a Library employee who has demonstrated new ways of performing existing processes or has introduced a new library service or program that is beneficial to Library employees and/or users.

Lorne has demonstrated the ability to work with people at all levels of the organization and supply chain, earning the respect and loyalty of his unit members, other technical services staff, branch liaisons and Library administration. His curiosity and desire to problem solve inspires an unhesitant quest to ask questions and find answers through peers, online tools and other experts.

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