CTHS Library is innovative and modern, going beyond the traditional “books for borrowing”. In addition to extensive fiction and non-fiction collections, we provide staff and students with a number of other services and facilities.
We collaborate closely with CTHS teachers across KLAs to develop and run relevant and engaging lessons and programs based on sound pedagogy and drawing from the Quality Teaching Framework. We aim to embed information literacy skills within the curriculum and extend students’ use of technology.
If you are interested in working with a CTHS Teacher-Librarian please contact Amber Sorensen or Coni Halder or email: email@example.com
Changes to copyright during the COVID-19 outbreak
The recent changes to the delivery of education due to the COVID-19 outbreak has led to some relaxation of copyright. Please check the Smartcopying website for guidelines and best practice approaches to managing copyright issues for distance education. The information provided is specifically for distance education for the purposes of school closures and student self-isolation in the current climate and covers the situation where materials that were to be used in class may now be delivered through online learning.
Scan: Online journal for educators
Scan is a peer refereed online journal offering articles about quality learning, teaching ideas, research and emerging trends.
Scan is available online at https://education.nsw.gov.au/teaching-and-learning/professional-learning/scan. Contact the library staff for login details.
Digital learning selector
Discover teaching and learning activities that embed ICT directly into your lessons using one of the available templates.
Macquarie University Library Partner Program
CTHS teachers are eligible to borrow up to 20 items for a 4 week period and can access Macquarie University databases. To obtain a Macquarie University Library card please complete the form below which will need to be signed by the Principal or a Teacher-Librarian.