The college library is stepping in the e-books era!
Click on the image or the link on the right to open the e-book lending platform and click on Sign in to register. Once the librarian has approved your account, you can scroll the catalog and download one or two e-books on your own device for up to 3 weeks.
To read it, you will need to download Adobe Digital Edition and to create a user account.
There aren’t many books available yet, it’s just a start. Any issue, ask your librarian!
As part of the Festival of Colours, American Journalist Seymour Hersh enthralled senior students with stories of his long journalist experience and asserts everybody can write.
The NZSA Youth Mentoring Programme is offered annually to three secondary school students (15-18) nationally to foster and develop emerging writing talent with the support of established authors.
The mentorships are hotly contested and application deadline is in 2 weeks, the 2nd April 2013.
Click here for further information and find the forms on the New Zealand Society of Authors website.
And here is a list of writing, poetry and film competitions to test your skills.
Ask your teacher or the librarian for help if you want to participate in any of these.
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Florence Micoud – Librarian