Blog Posts by staci.shaw

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Read to Me Receives Simplot Employee Donation

The Idaho Commission for Libraries would like to thank the employees of the Simplot Order Management division for their cash donation to the Read to Me program. Each month the employees in this division can purchase “Jeans Day” stickers, and the proceeds are given to a charity of their choice.

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Call for Ideas: 2012 Adult Summer Reading Programs

The CSLP (Collaborative Summer Library Programs) is looking for more ideas for the adult summer reading program manual from CSLP. The theme is “night” and the slogan is “Between the Covers”. Attached is what they have so far. Please ignore the December 15 deadline.

Summer Reading Resources

New content and CSLP updates are added several times each week. Check the site often, or subscribe to our RSS feed. http://libraries.idaho.gov/landing/summer-reading

    Are textbooks becoming obsolete?

    Recent news stories have been discussing the benefits and disadvantages of replacing textbooks with hand-held and/or on-line resources. Check out the full story in the September 25th issue of The Scoop, and share your thoughts on the issue...

      Get The Scoop!

      The new issue of ICFL's free youth services e-newsletter is on-line now. In this issue: Summer reading news and resources, funding opportunities, award-winning books, current and upcoming events, and more!
      The Scoop, May 8, 2009

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        Read to Me Evaluation Tools now in Spanish!

        For those libraries participating in Every Child Ready to Read and Read to Me First Book, the parent evaluations and surveys are now available in Spanish. They can be accessed on each program's individual webpage (Programs and Services/Read to Me/First Book or Every Child Ready to Read)

        The school librarian/teacher partnership

        Librarian/Teacher partnership

        In the School Zone section of the Oct. 10 issue of The Scoop, we talk about the importance and benefits of collaboration. We'd love to hear your personal stories of successes and challenges. This is also a great opportunity to practice blogging for those of you taking the Splat 101! course...!

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        Teens and Technology

        If you read the recent issue of The Scoop, you probably saw the SPLAT article about the new technologies that all librarians should be aware of and utilize:

        Banned Book Week: September 28 - October 4

        As I was preparing a list of banned/challenged books for the September 26th ediition of The Scoop, I ran across an interesting statistic.