Teach one section of IST612 – Youth Services in Library and Information Centers– Online, synchronous section Mondays 9:00-10:30 PM EST October 2019 quarter.
Theories, practices, media, literature and emerging trends of youth services from preschool to high school are explored. A broad range of competencies necessary to work with youth in a variety of library settings are presented.
This course is designed for school and public librarians working with children in the pre-K to grade 12 environment and for anyone interested in children's literature and creative programming. The course will include a discussion of collection development both in schools and public libraries, developmentally appropriate literature and programming, practical applications and use of children's literature to encourage ongoing literacy, storytelling in the oral tradition, use of digital media to promote literacy in the school or public library, and a range of material available to meet the needs of children across mediums.
Internal Number: 81228
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