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!
Regular - $30.00 (individuals with a teaching certificate)
Associate - $35.00 (individuals without a
Institutional - $41.00
The 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.
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!
SSLA looks forward to offering a new online professional learning opportuntity to enhance digital fluency. Participants self-select challenges to earn digital badges.Each badge is a representation of an acquired digital literacy skill. The badges can be pushed out to social media platforms to showcase learning!
Become a SSLA member to find out more!
Each year, SSLA offers a series of engaging online learning events or webinars. Each learning event introduces strategies and innovate practices to help teacher-librarians improve learning environments and capture value from new and existing technologies.
The online learning events provide professional develop which can be accessed with a group, or on your own. Either way, there are no hidden costs or discomforts one experiences with travel.
The Saskatchewan School Library Association proudly hosts an annual conference. The conference features a leader in school libraries and announces awards and a bursary to individuals who demonstrate leadership and distinguished service to school libraries.