School and public library staff should match the quality reference, nonfiction and fiction materials with quality reference and reader’s advisory service to school-aged children in order to meet the informational and recreational needs of all children.
Staff should create and implement effective programming for school-aged children developing a “library habit” through fun and enlightening activities that bring children and families into the library and keep them coming back.
The goal behind service and programming is to effectively supplement school curricula, encourage reading for pleasure, and at the same time implant a positive view of the library as a “place to be.”
This course will either introduce or serve as a review to basic components of service and programs for the school-aged.
In this course you will learn:
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