Welcome to the SSLAThe mission of the Saskatchewan School Library Association is to provide leadership for the development, promotion, and improvement in school libraries in order to enhance student learning.
The SSLA offers quality information, insights, and publications into issues pertaining to school libraries.
Learning Events returns for the
2019-2020 school year!
Thank you to Shannon McCLintock Miller for her dynamic presentation on expressing student voice through social media, technology, and opportunities on Jan. 22, 2020.
We look forward to our next event with Jennifer LaGarde, coauthor of Fact vs. Fiction on Apr. 7, 2020.
Visit our Learning Events page to register for our webinars.
Looking for ways to incorporate technology in your classroom, organize your professional materials, or connect with other educators or classrooms online? The SSLA Ed Tech Tools page provides a description of a variety of tools to assist you.
Organized by both title and category, each tool is presented with a brief description, suggestions for educational use, a tutorial video, and a few steps to help you get started.
The Medium, a digital publication of the Saskatchewan School Library Association, is designed to provide information of a professional development nature applicable to school library personnel.
While promoting a Saskatchewan voice, The Medium provides scholarly information and resources designed to engender literacy in the province and abroad. View the newest issue today!
Our Annual General Meeting for the 2017-2018 year was held on Friday, April 12. The reports for the meeting are available here:
School libraries in Saskatchewan are in constant need of support and advocacy. Whether you are a teacher librarian, library technician, teacher, administrator, student, or parent, your efforts to keep school libraries funded and well-staffed benefit all students in our province!
To find out more about what you can do to help, check out our advocacy page.
Membership provides a stronger voice for advocacy and the provision of professional development for teacher-librarians and related interest groups. It also provides the opportunity to collectively learn, connect, and grow!
(individuals with a teaching certificate)
(individuals without a teaching certificate)
(associations that wish to be part of SSLA)
Note: Memberships are for a two-year period, and renewals are based on the school year in which the membership is purchased. For example, a membership purchased in January, 2019 or April, 2019 would be valid from September, 2018-June, 2020 as it was purchased in the 2018-2019 school year. Registration and payment for an SSLA Conference includes a two-year membership to the organization.