About Digital Human Library Foundation
The Digital Human Library Foundation is a not-for-profit organization providing connections-based learning opportunities for K-12 teachers and students across Canada. #Learn2Connect and #Connect2Learn through our Social Innovation Projects created by teachers and students, for teachers and students.
Empower K-12 teachers and students to take action and create positive change by designing and leading experiential learning
Canada’s premier digital experiential learning library
RESPONSIVENESS AND AWARENESS
dHL connects learners with people, ideas, tools and resources using technology to empower our members, provide a platform for education, and an awareness of global perspectives and world views.
dHL provides free and equitable access to all library resources.
dHL has a shared responsibility to support an inclusive environment within the organization, within Canadian schools, and throughout the community by providing a collection of library services and resources that meet the needs of all learners.
LITERACY AND LIFELONG LEARNING
dHL supports and cultivates a broad range of new literacies and the pursuit of professional, academic, and personal learning, thereby improving one’s ability to participate meaningfully within an information-rich society.
dHL is dedicated to learning, promoting and supporting continual advancements in education and library services, and staying current with new trends in education and educational technologies.
dHL believes in open and transparent business practices that clearly demonstrate responsible use of organizational resources for effective and efficient educational library services, programs and systems.
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