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Sector-specific resources for teachers and librarians.
Books
  • Best Careers For Teachers (370.23 Bes)
    ,”Making the most of your teaching degree.”
  • Building A Better Teacher (370.711 Gre)
    How teaching works and how to teach it to everyone!
  • Building and Running a Successful Research Business (025.52068 Bat)
    A guide for the independent information professional.
  • Careers for Bookworms & Other Literary Types (331.76138145 Ebe)
    ,”your love of the printed page can lead to a career in which having to read at work is a qualification for many jobs,”
  • Expert Resumes for Teachers and Educators (808.06665 Ene)
    sample resumes and cover letters targeted to education jobs, from preschool to grad school.
  • High-Tech Teaching Success (371.334 Hig)
    A step-by-step guide to using innovative technology in your classroom.
  • On Being a Teacher (371.01 Koz)
    author gives constructive suggestions on how teachers can work conscientiously alongside parents and students to encourage the future “warriors of social change,”.
  • Opportunities in Library and Information Science Careers (331.76102 McCo)
    ,”provides a complete overview of job possibilities, salary and experience required to enter the fields of library and information science,”
  • Opportunities in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (428.0023 Cam)
    ,”provides you with a complete overview of the job possibilities, salary figures, and experience required to get started teaching in ESL.”
  • Start & Run A Personal History Business (658.041 Cam)
    Use your research skills and get paid to research family ancestry and write memoirs.
  • Start and Run an ESL Teaching Business (420.7 Pan)
    ,”provides all the hands-on practical tips you need to start your own ESL teaching business,”
  • Start and Run an Internet Research Business (001.402854678 Kau)
    ,”Turn your research skills into a profitable business!”
  • Start Up Your Own Tutoring & Test Prep Business (371.3940681 Min)
    ,”whether you want to start a tutoring business at home, an online based education support program or manage your own learning facility, the experts cover everything you need to know.”
  • Strategies for Great Teaching (371.102 Rea)
    provides you with easy-to-implement strategies to enhance students’ abilities - focuses on “e-moments.”
  • Teach Like A Champion 2:0 : 62 Techniques That Put Students On The Path To College (373 Lem)
    This book compiles the feedback gathered from real teachers in real classrooms around the world to deliver an updated set of techniques.
  • Teaching English Abroad (371.425 Gri)
    The definitive guide to teaching English abroad now in its 15th edition.
  • The Pressures Of Teaching (371.10019 Rob)
    How teachers cope with classroom stress.
  • The Teaching Gap (510.71 Sti)
    best ideas from the world’s teachers for improving education in the classroom.
  • What Can You Do With a Major in Education? (331.70235 Hor)
    A guide to opportunities that capitalize on an education degree.
  • What’s the Alternative? (020.23 Gor)
    ,”Career options for librarians and info pros.”
Web Sites
  • Apply to Education
    (www.applytoeducation.com/)
    Free membership allows you to apply to job postings and employers worldwide, receive daily supply openings, and create ’job alert’ emails.
  • Canadian Library Association
    (www.cla.ca/careers/careers.htm)
    information on librarianship andcurrent opportunities in the field
  • Chronicle Of Higher Education : Chronicle Careers
    (chronicle.com/jobs/)
    Access to thousands of current job postings for college and university faculty members and administrators.
  • Education Canada
    (www.educationcanada.com)
    Job postings searchable by province for educational employment opportunities.
  • Edujobs Canada
    (www.edujobscanada.com)
    listing of job postings in colleges, universities and research centres in Canada
  • ESL in Canada
    (www.eslincanada.com/english/)
    Provides a link for ESL teachers to training programs, workshops and employment placement assistance within Canada.
  • I Need a Library Job eResource center
    (inalj.com/)
    ,”A community of information professionals working together to help you find a job!”
  • JobLIST
    (joblist.ala.org)
    American Library Association’s “Jobs in Library and Information Science & Technology” - JobList includes Canadian job postings
  • Jobs in Education
    (www.jobsineducation.com)
    Ontario site for job seekers and employers in the education sector.
  • Library Job Postings on the Internet
    (libraryjobpostings.org)
    An American academic librarian has compiled links to online job postings including Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
  • Library Journal Job Zone
    (jobs.libraryjournal.com)
    ,”we’ve got the library industry covered!”  Daily job postings.
  • Ontario Institute for Studies in Education
    (www.oise.utoronto.ca)
    Keep current with OISE’s innovative, leading edge learning opportunities available to educators around the world.
  • Teach in Ontario
    (www.skillsforchange.org)
    Are you an internationally trained teacher(ITT)? Do you want to improve your level of English in order to teach in the Ontario Public School System? The Teach In Ontario project offers language upgrading courses designed for ITTs.
  • Teachingjobs.com
    (www.teachingjobs.com)
    North America’s largest educational employment opportunities network.
  • The Partnership Job Board
    (www.libraryjobs.ca/)
    Sign up to receive job listings in the Canadian library and information sector through The Provincial and Territorial Library Associations of Canada.
  • University of Toronto Faculty of Information Studies: iSchool Job Site
    (current.ischool.utoronto.ca/jobsite)
    Online listing of international vacancies for information professionals
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