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Has your library completed a successful marketing campaign? Then here is your chance to share your story for the chance to win $10,000.
National Gaming Day is November 12, 2011
For the 2012 Summer Reading Program, the Collaborative Summer Library Program (CSLP), working through member states, will be soliciting amateur videos produced by teenagers, to serve as the official CSLP sanctioned summer reading teen videos.
Need some ideas on how to celebrate Teen Read Week?
- Share YALSA Teens' Top Ten winners:http://www.ala.org/ala/mgrps/divs/yalsa/teenreading/teenstopten/teenstopten.cfm
- Have your teens vote for next year's TRW Theme: ht
Register online for Idaho Family Reading Week starting today!
The first 130 publicly funded public and elementary school libraries to register will receive a "basket of fun" to help celebrate this year's theme - Let the Games Begin @ your library!
The Commission just mailed out hundreds of Family Reading Week CDs to each publicly funded public and elementary school library. The CDs are filled with planning and marketing information, programming ideas, literacy materials, and other resources. So keep your eyes out--they will be in your mailbox any day now.
Teen Read Week is October 16-22 and this year’s theme is Picture It @ your library. We have jumped on the bandwagon and tied this year’s project to photography. The ICfL wants to know if you are going to participate in TRW this year! We collected some great baseline data on library and teen participation last year and want to continue gathering information on teen services.
I just found a great site called TOPICS online magazine for learners of English. It is a wonderful resource for this year's Summer Reading theme One World, Many Stories. It can also assist librarians who are looking for ways to add diversity to their programming.
I absolutely love this idea developed by teen services staff at Seattle Public Library. What a great way to engage teens and get them reading. Sounds like alot of fun too. Here is a brief description of what they are doing: