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Please find below an update on the lending service.
We would appreciate it if you could circulate this update to others within the Home Education Foundation.
Our vision is that all young people have access to effective and connected library services and library learning environments that support their development as readers and digitally literate learners.
Services to Schools Update: 4 March 2016
In this update
- Update on the lending service
Update on the lending service
We have had more than 1,200 schools register for National Library’s new lending service and so far have sent out more than 61,000 items to schools that have put in requests.
We are really pleased with the uptake with approximately half of New Zealand schools already registered for our new service.
We have had positive feedback from school staff who are enjoying their loans, however, there are a number of schools still in the queue to receive their loans.
We are working as fast as we can to complete the loans in the queue and advised schools today when they can expect their loans.
For schools receiving their loans later than expected we are offering an extended loan period so they can retain their resources for another term. As well, they will be entitled to request another full Term 2 loan. Both loans will then be due back at the end of Term 2.
Director Literacy Learning Public Programmes, National Library
Needing help for your home schooling journey: https://hef.org.nz/2011/
Here are a couple of links to get you started home schooling:
Information on getting started: https://hef.org.nz/
Information on getting an exemption: https://hef.org.nz/
This link is motivational: http://hef.org.
Exemption Form online: https://hef.org.nz/