Author Archives: Myrna Scully-Ashton

About Myrna Scully-Ashton

TALInt (Toronto Academic Libraries Intern) at OISE Library | MI Student, Library and Information Sciences (2018) Faculty of Information, University of Toronto

Featured Activity Kit – The Very Hungry Caterpillar: Storytelling Set

A classic work of children’s literature,  The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle, first published in 1969, is beloved by children, parents, and teachers alike. The Very Hungry Caterpillar: Storytelling Set allows educators to bring the picture book to life with colourful … Continue reading

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OISE Library in the Internet Archive

Did you know more than 2,000 books and periodicals from the OISE Library have been digitized and are available through the Internet Archive? The Internet Archive, established in 1996, houses digital copies of more than 19 million books, audio recordings, videos, … Continue reading

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Pride Month Seasonal Display

This month’s seasonal display is a celebration of Pride Month and the LGBTQ2S community. The OISE Library collections include materials which discuss LGBTQ2S issues both historic and contemporary. Additionally our Children’s Literature Collection contains books with LGBTQ2S themes appropriate for a wide variety … Continue reading

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New Titles: Children’s Literature Collection

The OISE Library has an abundance of new titles in our Children’s Literature Collection sure to interest students, teachers, and teacher candidates alike. Swing by our New Arrivals shelf to check out these picture books, novels, short story collections, and … Continue reading

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Toronto Seed Library + Gardening Resources

Spring thyme is here and the OISE Library Branch of the Toronto Seed Library is newly stocked up with seeds. The Toronto Seed Library has 20 branches across the city where gardeners, both seasoned and beginner, can pick up a wide variety … Continue reading

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