Discovering the story behind a long-forgotten image and the rarely seen photographic process used to create it.more
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Is it your natural instinct, when you’ve found a book you love, to want to share it with someone else? Here are a few teacher resources and tools that could enrich and inform those 'book-ish sharings', or inspire new ways to dig deeper into fiction through discussion and activities.more
Jo Mann, the Helen Zwartz scholar for 2018, talks about her scholarship experience including favourite collections and online services from the National Library.more
A variety of reading and writing related festivals and events over the next few months offer the chance to immerse your students in literature.more
This May, the He Tohu exhibition celebrates its first birthday and, in September, the Women's Suffrage Petition celebrates its 125th birthday. Join the party and use our online resources to learn about the documents and celebrate these milestones in your classroom!more
New Zealand Music Month is a great opportunity to promote New Zealand music in your school. Use these ideas for teaching and learning about music in your classroom, and create your own New Zealand Music Month story on DigitalNZ.more