Lyn Hay

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In 2014 Lyn Hay officially joins the Syba Academy team as the Head of Professional Learning. Her role involves the development of our professional learning program, hosting face-to-face seminars and workshops, presenting at conferences, designing and teaching online extension courses, and facilitating our CLiP it! and PLP programs.

Lyn comes to the Academy with 20 years of working as a lecturer in the School of Information Studies and Flexible Learning Institute Fellow at Charles Sturt University where she has trained 1000s of teachers, teacher librarians, librarians and information technologists at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels.

Lyn’s research interests are multi-faceted and interdisciplinary, including the impact of school libraries on student learning, TLs as evidence-based practitioners, inquiry learning within a Web 2.0 world, iCentres as learning hubs in schools, digital citizenship and information policy issues, principal-TL partnerships, and education informatics.

Lyn has written a number of journal articles, book chapters and papers, and has presented at numerous conferences both nationally and internationally. Her website is where she publishes and curates on a range of education, information and technology topics. You will also find her engaging with her PLN on Facebook, Twitter, Delicious, Scoop It! and Linked In, just to name a few.

She is also the recipient of a number of professional awards including:

  • Leadership Award for being a Learning Commons Visionary (2012)
  • ASLA Citation (2007)
  • ASLA(NSW) John Hirst Award (1997)
  • IASL/SIRS Commendation Award (1997)

Lyn's Workshops

For more information about the following workshops or to have something customised to suit your needs please contact us.

  • iCentres
  • School Libraries Making a Difference
  • The Australian Curriculum: Developing a Web 2.0 and Guided Inquiry Approach
  • School library futures
  • Curating digital collections
  • Evidence based practice
  • Inquiry learning
  • Guided inquiry design
  • Digital tools for learning
  • Digital citizenship
  • Social media/networking
  • Professional learning networks
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