Monthly Archive for January, 2016

YA Services Symposium Call for Proposals

YALSA is looking for papers for its 2016 YA Services Symposium about empowering teens through libraries.  The event will be held Nov. 4-6 in Pittsburgh, PA.  The event will gather together school and public library staff, educators, researchers, young adult authors and other teen advocates to discuss the role of libraries […]

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IBBY honor list books

The IBBY (International Board on Books for Young People – http://www.ibby.org/) has just released a .pdf file of the books which are on the Honor List 2014 http://www.ibby.org/270.0.html  – the actual list is here: http://www.ibby.org/fileadmin/user_upload/HL_2014.pdf  .  This useful list contains acclaimed books (published in 2014) for young people in many different languages.

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Children’s Literature & Librarianship Course summer 2016

 Applications are now being accepted<http://educationabroad.kent.edu/index.cfm?FuseAction=Programs.ViewProgram&Program_ID=10400> for the Summer 2016 course on Faculty-led: International Children’s Literature and Librarianship in Copenhagen<http://educationabroad.kent.edu/index.cfm?FuseAction=Programs.ViewProgram&Program_ID=10400> http://educationabroad.kent.edu QUICK FACTS Professor Name: Marianne Martens, Ph.D.Total Estimated Cost: In State: $5,985 (includes tuition) Out of State: TBA Eligibility: Graduate standing preferred – upper division undergraduates with a strong interest […]

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ECIL 2016 conference call for proposals

The Second Call for Papers for the ECIL 2016 has been published. The main topic of ECIL 2016 is “Information Literacy in the Inclusive Society“. Please, visit conference website: http://ecil2016.ilconf.org for details on the subtopics and information about submissions.  European Conference on Information Literacy – ECIL 2016 will take place […]

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