Attention Educators! Introducing Teens to the Library
Available at all SPL locations, as well as in your classroom or school library, these programs can be adapted to any grade. In the interst of providing the best visit for your students, consider scheduling sessions for single-class sized groups and book in advance. Space varies by location.
Introduction to the Library
Teaches effective ways to use the library for research and recreation.
Develop research skills and learn how to use the library catalogue, reference databases and other online resources. We're happy to adapt to specific subject areas and can include an introduction to information literacy.
Teens Talking Books
From curriculum content to latest bestseller, SPL can connect your students to great reads. We're happy to discuss a wise range of formats and genres, including graphic novels and non-fiction. This program can also take place at your school.
SPL maintains a collection of large print and other alternate formats for teen readers.
Frances Morrison Central Library
Book Study Space
If your classroom is looking for workspace, Teen Services can seat up to 25 students.
Let your class experience the magic of oral storytelling. Join us as we share stories, passing them from one imagination to another without the help of the written word.
The SPL Local History section has an array of unique resources, including archived photographs, newspaper clippings, community histories, city directories and issues of the StarPhoenix on microfilm.
For more information or to book a class visit, contact us at 306.975.7568 or [email protected]
Movies in the Classroom
SPL has a searchable databaseof all our latest curriculum-based films. These films have Public Performance Rights and can be booked up to 3 months in advance.
For more information or to book, contact us at 306.975.7579 or [email protected]