Programming & Summer Reading

Collaborative Summer Library Program

Website: Collaborative Summer Library Program

The information shared by the collaboration of states that work together to produce high quality and affordable national summer reading program resources. The page has information about summer reading benefits, programs, diversity offerings, and more about the CSLP.

Geeking @ the Library: Con is Community!, October 12, 2015

Article: Public Libraries Online

Article on ComiCon programming in a public library.

Libraries Ready to Code

Website: American Library Association

Libraries Ready to Code is a project of the American Library Association's Office for Information Technology Policy. Through research, continuing education, and resource development the Libraries Ready to Code project aims to empower library staff working with youth and families to design computational thinking activities for informal learning settings.

Programming Librarian – Children/Family Program Ideas

Website: Programming Librarian

Browse program ideas geared for children and families.

Summer Reading Programs

Website: American Library Association

ALA LibGuide on summer reading program resources.

Transform Your Children’s Library Into an Interactive STEAM Learning Environment, February 8, 2017

Webinar: Demco, Inc.

Learn new strategies from education innovator and consultant Amparo Leyman Pino for how to incorporate multigenerational, engaging and participatory programs and museum-type experiences into your library setting. Learn the educational theories that support these new terms, as well as concrete ways to put them into practice, such as makerspaces, programming, bridging STEAM to literature, partnerships and more.