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  1. Literacy

    1918 In 1918 ALA opens a library for American military personnel in Paris. This collection was later established (1920) as the American Library in Paris Posted Feb 25, 2013 Comments: 0 1930 First meeting of the Young People's Reading Round Table; now ...

    admin - 09/20/2012 - 21:39 - ab5w32

  2. Using the Every Child Ready to Read @ your library® Toolkit with Spanish-Speaking Communities

    On-Demand Once Join us for an introduction to the 2nd edition of the Every Child Ready to Read @ your library Toolkit for Spanish-speaking Communities.   This kit was developed by ALSC and PLA to assist and empower public library staff to serve Spanish-sp ...

    KSUTHERLAND - 05/01/2015 - 11:39 - 4o91gy

  3. Partners in Literacy: How Schools and Public Libraries Can Work Together

    On-Demand Multiple The Cuyahoga County Public Library System and its local Parma School System have piloted a rich partnership to help youth literacy. It began with after school programming led by librarians, branched out to a homework center and a collab ...

    SHOFMANN - 05/21/2015 - 16:37 - rb0cnm

  4. Early Literacy Programming in the Digital Age: Apps and E-Books in Storytime

    On-Demand Multiple Storytime has joined the digital age, and incorporating digital media into collections and programming is now an essential part of children’s librarianship. Join PLA and instructor Cen Campbell for this on-demand webinar that tackles th ...

    SHOFMANN - 05/21/2015 - 16:32 - rb0cnm

  5. Make Way for Makerspaces in the Library

    On-Demand Multiple Makerspaces are gaining popularity in public libraries across the U.S. These innovative spots introduce library patrons to tools, like 3D printers and makerbots, not normally found in the library and offer patrons the opportunity to exp ...

    SHOFMANN - 05/21/2015 - 13:47 - rb0cnm

  6. Reaching Teens with Gaming (YALSA)

    Gaming at the library refers to board, card, role-playing, and big games, not just digital video games. Thinking about hosting board game nights or starting a circulating video game collection? Already offering Rock band and Mario Kart and looking for a n ...

    admin - 01/23/2015 - 16:01 - gm5mii

  7. Power Up with Print

    Get more teens reading! Young adult literature is a rapidly growing field and keeping up with the latest in YA literature can be challenging. Through this course students will learn about key young adult authors and books, and will learn how to evaluate a ...

    admin - 01/23/2015 - 15:54 - gm5mii

  8. Making the Match

    Become an expert and connecting teens with books!  In a survey by Smartgirl.org and YALSA, the majority of teen respondents said that they would read more if they knew about more good books to read. In Professor Lesesne's own survey of 3600+ teens (2 ...

    admin - 01/23/2015 - 15:49 - gm5mii

  9. Graphic Novels and Teen Readers (YALSA)

    This four-module YALSA online course will introduce those who work with teens and graphic novels to best practices.  Each module consists of a weekly reading, an online discussion with instructor and classmates, and supplementary material.  There will als ...

    admin - 01/23/2015 - 13:32 - gm5mii

  10. Connect, Create, Collaborate: Supporting Teen Needs with Technology

    Over the past several years, technology has not only become a part of the every day life experience of teens, but it's also an integral part of the lives of the librarians that serve the age group. From Twitter to Vine and from coding to website crea ...

    admin - 01/23/2015 - 12:58 - gm5mii

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