Family Programs on a Shoestring @your library
Public libraries continue to lose funding and many never had much to start with. Learn how to create memorable family programs using everyday recyclable products, scrap paper, donations from patrons, freebies from local businesses, etc. Learn how networking and local business will help your library with programs that not only entertain your families but also provide a chance to educate them on other services available within their community. Family programs do not have to be expensive or take a lot of preparation time. Think simple and reduce, reuse, recycle.
- Learners will be shown how to plan for simple family programs.
- Learners will receive examples of inexpensive to free family programming.
- Learners will learn how to collaborate with community groups and organizations.
- Learners will apply and share knowledge of networking possibilities for programming.
Who Should Attend
Children's librarians and library paraprofessional and support staff in public and school libraries who work with young children.
Course Level & Prerequisites
This webinar is open to library staff of all experience levels; no prerequisites are required.
Angela Young, MSLS, Youth Services Librarian, Lorain Public Library System
Date(s) & Time(s)
This one-hour webinar has already taken place, but a recorded version is available for purchase.
Credits &/or CEUs
College credit nor CEU's are available at this time. Upon completion of the webinar an electronic certificate of completion will be sent to participants.
Recorded webinar: $25
This webinar is not taking place live; you are purchasing a recording of the webinar that took place in summer 2011. This recording is only intended to be viewed by the purchaser and should not be shared. The purchaser is not limited to the number of times he/she may watch the session.
Interested in sponsoring this course? Contact Jenny Najduch, ALSC Program Officer, at the email or phone number above.