The Teaching Librarian
About: The Teaching Librarian
is the official magazine of the Ontario School Library Association (OSLA)
. It is published three times a year to support OSLA members in providing significant and effective library programs and services. The Teaching Librarian
also promotes library programs and curriculum development that furthers exemplary educational objectives. It fosters effective collaboration within the school library community and provides a forum to share experience and expertise. The Teaching Librarian
is published three times a year (January, May, September).
Winner of the 2015 Canadian Society of Association Executives (CSAE) Communication Award of Excellence for Best Publication
Subscription Information: The Teaching Librarian
is an included benefit OSLA membership. It is also available on subscription for $36 per year, plus HST. To become a member, a subscriber or to order reprints, contact Membership Services
Editorial Board Members Wanted! The Teaching Librarian
is looking for new members for the editorial board. Read more about this wonderful opportunity
to get involved in an award-winning publication.
Interested in writing for The Teaching Librarian?
Here are the themes and submission deadlines for upcoming issues:
- “Mania @ your library”
Deadline: January 30, 2018
- "Anxiety @ your library”
Deadline: May 27, 2018
- “Myths and Reality @ your library”
Deadline: September 30, 2018
We are looking for articles of 150-250 words, 500 words, or 800-1,300 words with high-resolution images or illustrations. Please note that The Teaching Librarian adheres to Canadian Press Style. Read more about Submission Guidelines
. Submit articles to the Editor-in-Chief.
Contact the Editor-in-Chief
or the OLA Staff Liaison, Lauren Hummel.
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